Here is an utterly romantic, black and white affair. Simple, pretty centerpieces with loads of candles paved the way for the newlyweds to enter into the room ready for some good wine and good food. The bone satin adds a dreamy quality to the room, reflecting the light from the candles to encourage the room to just glow.
Here is a gorgeous reception overlooking the ocean. Coral runners and royal purple napkins set the scene to watch the sun sink over the ocean while music played and the wine was flowing! All of the wedding guests were also staying at the Inn which always makes the party more fun (and safe!) when nobody has to worry about driving home.
Other vendors that made it happen:
Photography: Susan Bond
I love a bride that is not afraid of color! In a neutral contemporary room, shocks of color helped the bride and groom to show their bright personalities. A ceremony in the round let the happy couple feel surrounded by their friends and family while exchanging vows. A great way to make your ceremony feel intimate even when you have ~200 guests!
We just keep seeing more and more beautiful, creative weddings at this venue. The little details in this reception make a big difference. From the unique ceremony setup to the votive lanterns hung from the palapa, no stone went unturned. The colors make it contemporary but still classic.
Other vendors who made it happen:
Cake: Grove Pastry Shop 619-466-3277
Flowers: Indulge Flowers
This couple served delicious vegan fare with an organic theme in the gardens of the Darlington House. Walnut folding chairs added elegance and warmed up the gardens while keeping the color palatte mellow.