Why This Wedding Made the Honor Roll
The Straight A’s
- An invitation suite accented with florals in peach and pink tones was the perfect first look into this day. One look at the bouquets and the palette and you'll see just why—pink and peach beauty everywhere you look.
- We can't decide what we love most about Meg's breathtaking bridal look. The red lip? The sleek updo? The romantic meets sexy gown? We love it all!
- We know we''ve already mentioned the bouquets once, but we're going to talk about them again. Why? They're gorgeous, that's why. An abundance of greenery, pastel blooms, and ribbons have never come together so wonderfully.
- Dogs, babies, little girls, sweet kisses and hugs in the sunshine, al fresco dining with ever-filled glasses of wine...yep, every photo here illustrates that this was a perfect day.
- We love locally inspired details and those olive oil favors are scoring major points right now.
- And that elegant lawn lounge? Killer good.
- Not sure what makes us more disappointed about the fact that we weren't on the guest list—the stunning style of the event or the delicious spread of eats. These two undoubtedly have good fashion sense and love of great food in their genes.
The Report Card
- Main Players: Meg & Jason
- Wedding Date & Venue: August 29, 2015 at Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch
- Theme/Inspiration: outdoor celebration in the Wine Country; a palette of soft pink and peach against ivory; chic details with a hint of glamour. Celebration designed by a wedding vendor.
- Behind the Camera: Erich McVey Photography
- Dress Deets: elegant sheath gown with lace overlay and v-neck illusion neckline paired with a romantic veil.
- Fleurs: bouquet of soft pink and peach roses and peonies, eucalyptus, and dusty miller for the bride; bout for the groom comprised of spray roses and dusty miller; centerpieces crafted out of potted peonies, ranunculus, and eucalyptus; all designed by Mandolin Flowers.