I love a wedding that's inspired by what the couple loves, and this wedding, held at Dos Pueblos Ranch, had that in spades. The couple own a pearl jewelry business called Pearl Paradise and wanted to incorporate the timeless elegance of pearls into their wedding design.
The bride, being a jewelry designer, created pearl jewelry for her bridesmaids for their gifts and all guests were encouraged to wear their pearls. Tricia Saroya carried the soft pearl tones through with the flowers mixing classic anenomes, peonies, and lush garden roses. For the ceremony, the bride was brought up to the oceanside ceremony location by a classic car for a dramatic grand entrance and walked down a carpet of rose petals to the ceremony spot overlooking the ocean.
The reception was held in the barn at Dos Pueblos and the rustic backdrop contrasted nicely with the feminine details, like the layered, pearl studded, table runners and ruffly cake table also designed by the bride. Elegant, cane backed vineyard chairs, soft pink and cream flowers were mixed with bowls of blueberries in fine silver containers decorated long guest tables. Above, chandeliers added elegance to the barn and draped taupe linen with floral tie backs added another feminine element. At each place setting, a string of pearls were wrapped around the napkin as a favor for the guest.
Full Wedding Planning: Soigne Productions // Photography: Nancy Neil // Location: Dos Pueblos Ranch // Floral Design: Tricia Saroya // Catering: Duo Events // Rentals: Town & Country Event Rentals // Lighting: Bella Vista Design // Custom Linens: JRA Design // Cake & Cupcakes: Enjoy Cupcakes // Hair & Makeup: TEAM // DJ: Gavin Roy // Linens: La Tavola // Paper goods: Let's Party // Classic Car: Classic Motoring Car Rentals // Videography: Riviera Productions // Restrooms: Marborg // Bride's Dress: Tara LaTour // Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo