Tracy and Adam envisioned a small, laid-back celebration in a naturally beautiful setting. From the moment they saw the Dome at Saddlerock Ranch, they knew they had found their dream venue. With the vineyard in the backdrop and rolling hills surrounding the property, it was the perfect intimate backdrop for their celebration. These loves-birds had been together forever and gotten engaged long before their wedding date, so they and their planner Marisa of Marisa Nicole Events, had plenty of time to cultivate each and every sweet detail of their day. Together the couple and Marisa collaborated to weave small, personal details into the fabric of their aesthetic that would genuinely reflect who they are as a couple. Overall, Tracy & Adam’s look was soft and easy, with a few bold and textured pops throughout. A palette of whites, greens and a variety of pink shades were used to craft their color story. The diluted watercolors on signs and tags further emphasized the light and airy feel of the wedding. Tracy loves flowers, so Marisa and florist The Little Branch made sure that the event was full of beautiful blooms. The flowers were mimicked on the wedding stationary and sweet window seating chart. Together the colors and details of the day resulted in an organic, sweet, and simple look with touches of nostalgia.
Tracy worked her fingers to the bone crafting and DIYing up until the week of the wedding. Pretty much every handmade detail was Tracy’s own labor of love: from the watercolor stained calligraphy style place cards and favor tags to the window art and signage. Variously colored and sized delicate yarn balls were hung over the sweetheart table and on the morning of the wedding, everyone in the bridal party pitched in potting little succulents in miniature glass terrariums to be displayed at each place setting as the guests’ favor.
It was important to the couple that their guests know how much it meant to the newlyweds for each of them to be there. The couple gathered images of everyone at their wedding and created a collage on a glass door. As the couple’s loved ones entered the vineyard, their own faces greeted them. Personal details were sprinkled throughout the celebration, like the couple’s favorite candies sprinkled in drawers for guests to snag on their way into the festivities. The couple gave us cute little symbols and special items to place around the space.
The food was absolutely amazing. The bride and groom are vegetarians, so it was super important that they serve a killer veggie meal and Whoa Nelly nailed it with a hearty veggie-based feast! After dinner guests were welcomed to cake and various sweets. The music picked up and everyone danced the night away, only stopping momentarily for some late night french fries.