The white bridal cabin, the daisy filled meadow for the reception, and the tree lined pool and cabana for the after party, were just part of what made Gwen and Cory's bright, rustic wedding one to remember.
The bride look gorgeous in a long, flowing vintage dress with white lace and embroidery, accented by red Bakelite jewelry and custom-made red suede shoes, as she walked down the aisle accompanied by a single guitarist.
The chosen color theme of turquoise and red played together beautifully in everything from the groomsmen’s suspenders and pocket squares, to the bridesmaids dresses, jewelry and flowers, and even their nails. The bride, a clothing designer by trade, created the table runners, candleholders, place cards, and succulent displays donned in a different prints to match the color scheme. Cory made the cake topper – cute wood and felt figurines in the likeness of the bride and groom, including a tiny banjo played by Cory and a replica of Mr. Peanut their rescue pup and ring bearer. The tiny version of the newlyweds stood atop their three layer turquoise lace and red strawberry cake.
Bikes were also incorporated into their special day, since Cory proposed to Gwen at the finish of an epic ride from San Francisco to LA. After vows were exchanged, they rode off together on a tandem with Mr. Peanut in the front basket.
Photographer: Liz Caruana Photography
Floral Designer: La Bodega Flora
Cake Designer: Pretty Please Bakeshop
Band: Ela Jaszczak