"Sunny, outdoorsy and fun, the color scheme was pulled from the warm spectrum of the venue itself, with gold used as a surprising accent," said Jen Bergmark of First Pick Planning.
The fun, quirky sign was handcrafted by the bride.
The bride in her Monique Lhuillier gown and her mom’s pendant. The peony bouquet by Flower Blush is wrapped with lace, gold and white ribbons.
The ring bearer’s “nest” basket.
The bride’s sister crafted the unique handkerchief invitations. Antique postcards of Yosemite (beloved by the bride’s family) served as response cards.
A flower-trimmed vintage fireplace mantel served as the altar, creating a striking focal point for the ceremony.
The glittery gold table numbers were made by the bride.
The menu on a chalkboard.
The couple surprised their guests with a dessert bar featuring their favorite date-night treats.
The guest-pleasing sweet favors: mother-of-the- bride’s “famous” rice Krispie treats.
A vintage caketopper tops a chocolate and caramel cake.