Located at the base of Sonoma’s oak-covered hills amongst lush gardens and fruit trees, Curtis and Jessica gathered their closest friends and family on a beautiful autumn day at the historic and picturesque General’s Daughter to say, “I do.”
On a quaint patio with vine covered arbor, the venue provided the perfect setting for the bride’s friends and family from Illinois to meet and mingle with Curtis’ friends and family from California.
The ceremony began tucked away into a garden trellis softened by a flowy fabric backdrop we created for their sweet alter, an ideal intimate setting. The bride wore a flowing white gown and the groom a dark grey tux with a black tie. Jessica carried a charming bouquet designed by Hawthorn Flower Studio with soft pinks and oranges to compliment her bridesmaids beautiful pink dresses.
Following the ceremony, guests filtered into the venue’s sprawling patio. Where they were greeted by tables donned with beautiful bouquets of flowers, which matched the bride's. The stunning array of floral tones completed the wedding’s color palette, and contributed to its sophisticated ambience. Guests enjoyed a night of celebrating the newlyweds by drinking from the venue’s vintage bar and danced the night away thanks to AMS.
It was a pleasure working with these two to create the romantic and timeless wedding they dreamed of. Special thank you to Kylie Chavelier for capturing this dreamy day!