Poppy and mustard against a pewter background were the colors of choice for this fun fall bride. She wanted something vintage looking and not traditional “fall”. The bouquets were created of single and double ranunculus, fluffy geronda gerberas, and mini novelty chrysanthemums. The bride’s attention to creative details got this wedding featured on Lovenotes by Pacific Weddings. The venue, the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe , was the perfect setting for these fabulous photos by Erin Kate Photography.
Pear green and chocolate brown created a rich warmth at the Orfila Vineyards, in Escondido, CA. Manzanita branches dotted with delicate white blooms created height in the tent, and alternating centerpieces of baskets of green pears were simply unique. The brides bouquet was made of soft ivory blizzard roses and white peonies. The bridesmaids carried textural bouquets in green and taupe, with green viburnum, green roses, and scabiosa pods. The event was captured in vivid detail in these beautiful photographs are provided by Loren Scott Photography.
Ruffly dark Milva roses were the inspiration for the rest of the flowers in these rustic yet elegant arrangements. This bridal bouquet was featured in the Fall 2008 publication of Bride & Bloom magazine (pg. 85). For the ceremony, soft fall hues, magnolia leaves, and curly willow branches complement the lush surroundings at Ponte Family Estate in Temecula, CA.
A medly of pink flowers brighten up this winter weddding. Large wreaths hung from brown satin ribbon create a grand entrance to the Barrel Room at Ponte Family Estate in Temecula, CA. Square rose boxes on a bed of rose petals lend whimsey to the reception tables. The cake, from Jodee’s Bakery, features sugar-paste cherry blossom branches and blooms.
This romantic yet modern bouquet is created using deep burgundy cymbidium orchids, eggplant mini callas, and champagne mini cymbidiums. The colors meld together into a “chocolate” bouquet. Delicious!
Ponte Family Estate in Temecula, CA serves as a beautiful backdrop for this rich but natural look.
Photography compliments of Joe Latter Photography.
A beautiful wooden arbor is the setting for this summer wedding at South Coast Winery in Temecula, CA. The vines growing up the arbor are dotted with open roses.
The bouquets are created of several varities of red roses and garden roses. The flower girl carried a chic purse made of petite blooms and ribbon instead of a traditional basket.
For the reception, the guest tables featured red roses, scented geranium, fresh grapes and hanging amaranthus atop elegant fluted vases in the large ballroom.