A Rustic Ranch Style Weddings are very popular events here on the beautiful vine countries named Tri-Valley and weddings taking place at Livermore, Pleasanton, Danville & Dublin areas present perfect opportunities to introduce country wedding flowers into your rustic inspired winery or country club wedding day! This particular wedding had the place at Callippe Preserve happened on May 6th, 2017. I want to present this recent country enhanced wedding concept, that features beautiful décor and styling with succulents for the small intimate wedding at any country club or a golf club reserve.
Let’s begin with the highlight of the wedding- a cute small video clip.
After that, I can add more details about the wedding. for this love the color palette, the flower selection, the garden style of the wedding and the very cute succulents as the accents everywhere – from the bouquets to table centerpieces. This was the inspirational gallery for the wedding.
I love the color palette, the flower selection, the garden style of the wedding and the very cute succulents as the accents everywhere – from the bouquets to table centerpieces. This was the inspirational gallery for the wedding. And below you can see what I made to keep the feel, concept, and style of the wedding.
Lynn, the bride, was very open to suggestions on flowers and trusted me to do my job. However, I made the mock-up arrangement to convince the couple that I understand the style and all details.
Now, let go back to the real wedding at Callippe Golf club and review item by item from this Rustic Ranch Style Wedding.
The Bridal Bouquet has garden style, arranged in lush, free and natural hand tied bouquet almost. There are so many delicate blooms that present the beginning of the Summer in the California – Spray Roses, Scabiosa, Roses, Lisianthus, featuring the Chess Fritillaria, Hellebores, and Ranunculus, Dahlia and lush greens.
The Bridesmaid’s Bouquets were designed in the same style but much smaller.
I arranged the cute Groom’s Boutonniere of the spray roses with a succulent as the main element.
For the ceremony site, they selected the outdoor field that facing Sierra Nevada Hills. I needed to decorate the metal arch to create the simple and elegant ceremony. This arch is provided by the venue that allows saving money on the wedding flowers if the couple wants to use the existing props. So I offered to put the flower spray at the corner and the garland of eucalyptus and willow foliage that wraps delicately around the canopy. As the result – I love how it turned out!
The aisle posies sit beautifully on the chairs creating the rustic aisle to the ceremony arch. After the ceremony, those flowers become the centerpieces on the tables.
I must admit the details that added the finished look of the rustic wedding.
First, the Escort Cards Display with listed guest names and the camping/ hoicking symbols at the back sit on the wooden crates at the entry of the dinner room. Lynn and Kevin are passionate tourists, love to camp and discover all new places, see the nature and be among good friends. That why all escort cards have those camping symbols.
And Second, take a look on these magnets! Aren’t they cute? The bride and groom made those favors for the guests to take home.
And one more detail that Lynn made by herself – the little adornments to let the guest sign.
At the reception, I set up to styles of the wedding centerpieces – a wooden box centerpiece with a variety of country inspired blooms, including dahlias, lisianthus, roses, scabiosa and foliage and the succulent, and glass jar centerpiece with the same flowers that were used as chair flowers for the aisle.
And at last, there are more photos of the little wedding. Enjoy!