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Elegant Disco Wedding at Domaine Chardonnay

A rock 'n' roll vibe set Rachel and Adam's day apart.
Emily Sweet

For Rachel Mann and Adam Taylor, breaking away from tradition and choosing a rock ’n’ roll vibe set their special day apart. From their love of the color black to their inspiration taken from disco balls, the duo was focused on making their event unique. Rachel wowed in a modern off-the-shoulder, black-and-white gown from Rue De Seine, which was a perfect complement to Adam’s all-black tuxedo. Bridesmaids’ sequined dresses matched Rachel and Adam’s vision, and groomsmen in all black followed suit. The color palette for the event ranged from toffee to dusty blue, with a variety of hues highlighted throughout the décor. Naturally, Rachel, a florist who owns Joy of Bloom Florals, took the reins on the floral design and created all the bouquets and centerpieces, along with three floating floral installations. She opted for seasonal flowers and explored bold color combinations to bring her vision to life. Balancing sweet peas, garden roses, butterfly ranunculus, tulips and other spring florals with more unusual elements such as sago palms, blue- and peach-dyed phalaenopsis orchids and bleached painted palms tied the entire floral landscape together seamlessly. The couple’s custom-made arch featured disco balls and blooms side by side, and at the reception, disco balls were incorporated into a stunning lighting display. Guests were greeted with miniature disco balls and custom sweatshirts, which came in handy when it got cooler in the evening. “We wanted the day to represent our personal style and for all our guests to feel this through the design,” says Rachel. “I think we accomplished just that.”

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