A stunning day in June was the perfect backdrop to this romantic vineyard wedding!
The Romantic Vision
Our gorgeous couple, Nicole and Andrew, chose an “elegant rustic” look for their romantic vineyard wedding at Triunfo Creek Vineyards in June. For us, that meant we got to play with a mix of blush and cream seasonal blooms with mixed foliages. Artfully orchestrated by Callista & Co. and captured in detail by Geoff Captain Studios, the night was a celebration of family, friends, and love.
The Bride and Her Maids
Like any wedding, we started with our favorite aspect– the bridal bouquet. Our bride wanted a natural look, something that matched the beauty of the vineyards by being free-flowing with “untamed foliages” but sill elegant and classic. The bouquet consisted of silver dollar eucalpytus, italian ruscus, whimsy field florals such as orlaya and mock orange blossom, white ranunculus, and some stunning garden roses and blush peonies.
For her ‘maids, a mix of creams and whites with pale pinks and mixed foliages lent a simple elegance to their already graceful gowns. Moms got flowers too, each carrying a single rose ballerina-wrapped in ribbon down the aisle.
The Tranquil Ceremony
Nicole and Andrew took advantage of the stately trees on the vineyard property and let the grandest one be the only backdrop to their vows. From there, a path of white rose petals lined the sides of the aisle. Then, to lead the guests into the ceremony, we swagged a garland on each side of the back aisle, peppering in floral accents of white hydrangea, blush roses, and gorgeous white garden roses. Later, the garlands were moved to the sweetheart table, serving as a pretty touch on the back of the couple’s chairs.
The Lush Centerpieces
Our couple opted for both round tables and long farm tables, so we suggested two different centerpiece designs. The round tables were covered in a delicate textured white table linen with a singular lush floral. The long farm tables, the couple chose a white table runner to go down the length of the table, keeping the raw elements of the natural table exposed. We created three smaller arrangements to go down the centerline of the table. All were interspersed with votive candles, creating a dreamy tablescape. Nicole requested touches of citrusy wax flower to tuck behind her ear which tied in perfectly with the seasonal blooms in her centerpieces consisting of roses, hydrangea, alstromeria, wax flower, and fun field flowers. .
After toying with several ideas for the sweetheart table, our bride fell in love with an arrangement created directly on the table, so we built a beautiful spray with all the same flowers as her bouquet. Loose, natural, and romantic, it was the perfect addition to an already gorgeous evening. As a final touch, we alternated lisianthius blooms and sprigs of white wax flower as napkin treatments.
The Little Details
With a backdrop as incredible as a vineyard on a beautiful day, there was no need for big statement pieces. Instead, the couple focused on the little details, like a pair of sweet spoons they used to taste their delicious cake from The Butter End. The cake was a simple 3-tiered butter cream frosted cake, accented with THE perfect pink peony and a few sprigs of olive branch. Surrounded by votive candles, it was breathtaking in its simplicity.
Every area of the romantic wedding had a personalized touch. We potted a blooming blush-colored azalea plant in a gorgeous stone urn for the sign-in table, added small bundles of picture-perfect florals to the escort table sign, and placed bud vases with white lisianthius blooms and green mist on the wine barrel cocktail tables.
We left the venue that night to the sounds of a joyful bridal party and two people that were ready to start their lives together as Mr. and Mrs.!
We’re ready to do it all over again…..
xo, Lilla Bello
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Cake: The Butter End Cakery
Catering: Contemporary Catering
Desserts: Fry Girl
Floral: Lilla Bello
Hair and Makeup: 10.11 Makeup
Officiant: Jacob Marries
Photographer: Geoff Captain Studios
Planner: Callista & Co.
Rentals: Premiere Party Rentals
Venue: Triunfo Creek VIneyards
Video: Hoo Films
Toby Kassoy, was born and raised in Southern California. In her college years she went up to Eugene Oregon, where she first fell in love with floristry. Upon returning to Los Angeles, she spent 8 years working in the Entertainment industry, while all along, flowers were always tugging on her heartstrings. In 2004 she decided to leave her corporate job and open Lilla Bello, aptly named after the beautiful lilac bushes she remembers outside her kitchen window in Oregon.