Faith and Dylan's wedding took place on a beautiful summer evening at The White House, in Redding California. If you have never been to this venue, it is a gorgeous home modeled after Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. It sits at the entrance to the Churn Creek Golf Course, with its manicured lawns planted in the lush soil produced by the Sacramento River.
I like to classify this wedding as shabby chic because of the classic elegance with the subtle hints of being relaxed. Faith chose very soft muted tones in pink and peach. Her bouquet was filled with dahlias, ranunculus, hydrangea, carnations, roses, and dusty miller. I finished with some ivory ribbon around the stems, as well as a rhinestone broach, creating a statement of elegance.
Anyone who has ever been around or apart of the process of planning a wedding knows it is stressful and over your head in excruciating detail. Those who hire a wedding planner are thankful they did. And those who did not (or could not), wish that they had. Gwen had every detail of this wedding perfectly aligned, as always. I love and feel honored every time I get to work with her.
Dinner was provided by Etched in Elegance Catering. We ate a delicious meal of tri-tip, roasted red-skin potatoes, a garden salad, and a yeast roll. The lovely Hannah Dodson made beautiful (and mouthwatering) cupcakes and a ruffled edged cake for the bride and groom.
Of course we danced the night away with the help of Net Sound, who always provides an excellent MC/DJ. And the memories were captured by Amy Jensen Photography and JD Hudson.