I like wine a lot. I like weddings a lot. Put the two together and I’m intoxicated with the amount of beauty captured by Sara Wight Photography. Combine this craftsy couple with Karma Flowers and Trunk Vintage Rentals, some bold blue hues, a beautiful Buddhist ceremony, and the grounds of Alba Vineyard and you have the perfect cocktail of vibrant vineyard charm.
I can’t possibly talk about all the cool crafts in this wedding, so I highly recommend taking a look at the entire gallery. (Well, actually I could- they are that good- but I would probably need two posts.) Along with the fabulous flowing fabric backdrop, chandeliers and the groom’s green thumb terrariums, the best part about Tatiana and Rick’s Real Wedding was that it was really real. Tatiana not only shared some crazy cute budget friendly ideas to steal like her craft paper menus and cardboard chalkboard signs, she also let us in on some of moments that can drive a DIY bride crazy.
She also shared some 20/20 hindsight on some projects that didn’t quite have the stamina to hold up to this wild party complete with youngins: like a photo backdrop without too thin ribbon and a hand-sewn ring pillow that may have been missing some ties and dropped the ring coming down the aisle. (Not that she experienced this or anything…)
From the bride:
“We had a blast and it turned out just as we had hoped. In fact, better because for a while there I was worried it was going to be too much going on. In the end it was just enough.”
Just enough is understatement. This wedding was beautifully crafted and executed and we can’t thank Sara Wight for documenting the deets so perfectly. Congratulations Tatiana and Rick!
Photographer: Sara Wight Photography
Venue: Alba Vineyards
Florals, event design, and rentals: Karma Flowers and Trunk Vintage Rentals
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