We are overjoyed to relive Genny & Tripper’s tender April wedding celebration at King Family Vineyards as our spring wedding season circles back around! We asked Genny what her biggest intention was for their wedding day and she responded “Euphoric”. I am proud to say that this wedding truly fulfilled that vision in every way with so much lasting warmth, elegance and merriment.
While designing, we wanted to set a very calming and tranquile mood that was sophisticated and romantic. We leaned into the lovely spring weather with soft pastels that had a bit of decorative flare.
The bridesmaids’ mismatched dresses set a very intentional and characteristic tone to the overall design, as each bridesmaid added their own unique yet complimentary personalities to the overall look.
Angelica & Co gifted them with a hand painted keepsake champagne bottle by Bisous by the Bay to celebrate in style and they had bright & fun custom invitations created by Paper Dolls Design that spoke to their beautiful day ahead.
King Family Vineyards has the most breathtaking mountain views, so we leaned into the natural all-encompassing beauty as our ceremony backdrop which created a very intimate feeling for guests. We used woven baskets to reinforce a sense of home, taking inspiration from other weddings we’ve seen from interior designs we love!
Cocktail Hour commenced on the pollo field at King Family Vineyards, where the mountain views were maximized for guests to enjoy during sunset. The free flowing indoor and outdoor cocktail hour spaces were lively and full of great conversation over glasses of sparkling.
The reception room was designed to convey a delicate and refined feeling, where we utilized a simple tablescape with neutral elements & added more dimension with the colors and textures of each additional item we used.
We included one stately 40 person head table to center the room and implemented a cascading greenery ceiling installation to help draw even more attention to it. The white washed farm tables from MS Events helped lighten the look of traditional farm tables to keep within our theme.
Can you spot Fred their orange tabby cat in their days details?
To highlight their wedding falling on Easter weekend, they incorporated light up bunny ears for the dance floor!
Guests celebrated the newlyweds with a dazzling sparkler send off to create a lasting sparkle at the end of the night!
Wedding Planner: Angelica & Co. Weddings
Venue: King Family Vineyards
Photographer: Anne Rhett Photography
Videographer: Brian Schornberg
Caterer: L’etoile Catering
Rentals & Decor: MS Events
Florist: Cultivate Event Co.
Hair & Makeup: Avenue 42 Salon
Ceremony Harpist: Karen Stowe
Band: Soul Expressions
Cake: Passionflower Cakes
Transportation: Easy Rider Bus Company
Stationary: PaperDolls Design
Officiant: Steve Roberts