From the groom Curtis: We met on a college spring break trip in Puerto Vallarta Mexico. Fast forward years later to the proposal on Christmas Day in front of the family. Cynthia opened a giant box filled with balloons that were tied to a ring. As the balloons lifted the ring I got on one knee and asked her to marry me (She said yes). We stumbled upon our venue during a work Christmas party the same year. We loved the feel and atmosphere of the winery. We were drawn in by the inclusive yet spacious indoor/outdoor setup. Beautiful wine barrels and kings tables that gave off a rustic yet elegant vibe. We chose soft neutral colors paired with lots of candles, Edison bulbs, market lights and candle chandeliers to help bring our “rustic elegance” theme to life. Our venue was dressed with beautiful soft neutral and blush toned flowers with a combination of greenery. We used a combination of gold,rose gold, blush and navy for our bridal party. Our ceremony took place in the romantic candle lit barrel room with a surprise mariachi band exit of the bride and groom. We are surrounded by the most fun and loving group of family and friends who all love to dance and party late into the night. Our dj and song list were meticulously picked to cater to nostalgic memories of the bride and groom and keep the dance floor full all night(mission accomplished). Among things served were signature bride and groom cocktail drinks as well as a beer wall serving the grooms favorite local craft brews. All together a night filled with dancing, great food and drinks, lots of memories, and stacks of drunken photo booth pictures. We wanted to give our friends and family a night to remember forever and we couldn’t have asked for anything more.
Photo & Video: The Poffs // Floral design: Enchantment Floral // DJ: Robbie Rich of Amos Productions // Rentals: Pleasanton Rentals // Invites: Minted // Hair & makeup: Nubian Beauty //
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