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Friday, December 17, 2010

Real Wedding: Sarah + Charlie

Yay! I can finally share the photos from Sarah and Charlie's wedding!  They were featured on Ruffled yesterday so go check it out!  Feather Love took the super rad photos from the ceremony and flutter glass captured all the details and dancing at the reception! 



 We placed mason jars filled with flowers on some of the aisle chairs.  On the others we made paper cones from old pages of books and filled them with dried rose petals for tossing.

 The Marston House is such a tranquil and lovely setting for a ceremony.


{photos by feather love}

 We moved to Old Venice Restaurant in Point Loma for the reception.  This a hidden gem for intimate wedding receptions in San Diego.  They are so accommodating and sweet and the food is to-die-for!

Sarah's mom shipped over vintage milk bottles from neighboring farms in her home town and we filled those with seasonal flowers. 

 Sarah and Charlie love to read so we incorporated vintage books from their collection into the table decor.


We covered a corkboard with pages from old books for the escort display.  Jaime from Cactus + Quail designed all the paper goods as well as the stamps that we used on the escort envelopes and place cards.

 Totally yummy desserts from Cafe Zucchero in Little Italy!


Ceremony: Marston House / Reception: Old Venice Restaurant / Ceremony Photographer: Feather Love / Reception Photographer: Flutter Glass / Design, Planning, Coordination and Florals: Sweet Emilia Jane / Paper Goods: Cactus + Quail /Desserts: Cafe Zucchero / Ceremony Musician: Karen Sinclair / Officiant: Patricia Coleman / Hair: Norma Smith


5 comments:

  1. lovely!!!and congrats for the feature!

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  2. Beautiful! I love the color, the details, the really really personal elements! Nicely done!

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  3. Gorgeous wedding and the photography is beautiful. I love how you incorporated their actual books and milk bottles into the centerpieces - such a special touch. When they look at those books 20 years from now, they will think of the day they brought them to Old Venice for their wedding!

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  4. ugh, so gorgeous! this wedding is so my taste. as a person who never contemplates their own wedding, i'm shocked when i see something so overwhelmingly perfect!

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