The feel of this Cornerstone Sonoma wedding by Custom Event Group reminds me of biting into a rich, juicy, ripe plum! You know the kind where you sink your teeth in and the juice begins to run down the sides of your mouth and you sprint for the nearest napkin or just let the juice fall to the grass?? The flavor of the details is rich and juicy, and the taste is yummy, with a little twist of the unexpected! Of course, Rebeeca Feeney, event designer extraordinaire, did a fantastic job of capturing and executing this bride’s vision and vibe, which you can read more about on this Style Me Pretty post. I love hearing from Rebecca how they came up with the ideas and the vision for her events! Thanks to a team of talented and dedicated vendors for pulling off such a fantastic event!! You will find a full listing of vendors on the SMP Post including Kathy Hoffman, Got Light, Elaine Bell Catering, and an exquisite and original cake by Cakeworks.
You will see on SMP that the talented Suzy Clement was the main photographer for this event, while Damion was commissioned specifically to capture the gorgeous details of this wedding. Because we do believe that every artist should receive credit for their work, please note that the first few pages in the gallery that you will see are actually Damion’s images though they are tagged differently.
Without further ado, one of my favorite weddings…..ever.
Keep thinking outside the box,
Custom created chalkboards helped direct the guests around the property as well as to their seats at the table…
Refreshments for all on a hot summer day!
Kathy Hoffman’s use of unconventional and personal containers and the natural elements in the floral design was refreshing and captured beauty all on it’s own.
Because of the amazing length of this table, it was divided into sections as marked in the chalkboard signs and the guests were directed (by the cute custom chalkboards you saw earlier!) to their particular sections!
Such a beautiful and unique cake by Cakework!!
Amazing lighting set up by Got Light? warms the barn for the reception area!