Chey and Nick celebrated their love for each other on Swan Point. Chey’s vision was a rustic Italian wedding and she brought her vision to life with the reception tent dripping in Italian. It was great fun to travel to Italy for their splendid evening.
The ceremony looked elegant with the touches the couple brought. One idea that will be reflected again is our gilded mirror hand written with “Welcome to Our Wedding ~ Chey & Nick”. The wedding party names were also written on a mirror and displayed at the guest book wine barrel table. On Swan Point was our antique metal window frame arbor draped with champagne chiffon and a 12’ garland of mixed greens featuring olive, bay leaf, and salal with touches of baby’s breath. This designed backdrop was gorgeous and offset the bridal party as the couple exchanged vows.
Barn wood tables were adorned with lace table runners, spring vine and bayleaf garland with baby’s breath covering the length of the table. Snippets of olive leaves were tucked into the garland. The Italian countryside came to life in rustic elegance. Lighted pillar candles placed throughout the garland emitted a warm glow.
At their social hour Italian sodas were served topped with whipped cream. An arrangement of candied almonds, dried apricots and pistachios was the taste of choice. For their photo booth setting, Chey choose our cedar archway draped in champagne chiffon with our metal bench tucked within a wall of grapevine. A lighted rustic chandelier hanging from the archway finished this natural outdoor look.
The bride was stunning in her flowing and elegant gown. Her curled hair was left down. Her bouquet was a perfect combination of blue thistle, ivory roses, artichokes, spiral eucalyptus, white aster and dusty miller accents. Nick looked dapper as ever in a navy tuxedo and champagne tie that matched the bridesmaids beautiful dresses. The bridesmaids dressed in different styled gowns but matched in color. The groomsmen wore suspenders and had fun posing with them for photos.
Congrats to Chey & Nick!
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