“It’s never too early to start planning.”
Photography: Apollo Fotografie
Venue: Coyote Creek Golf Course
Hair & Make up: Tiffany Chiang
Officiant: Jason Kei
Event Rentals & Decor: Lady Marry
Florals: Lady Marry
Dress: Brides of California
Tux: Indochino & The Black Tux
Videography: Petit Four Films
DJ: Jason Kei
Dessert: Cake Expressions
Catering: Coyote Creek Golf Course
From the couple: We met at work, and started off as friends. Chris proposed while we were at a weekend getaway in Calistoga. His ring is a beveled edge tungsten material, mine is a diamond ring with marquis and round cuts. I like neutral, classy colors, so I wanted something that would be timeless and beautiful at the same time. My style was a formfitting fit n’ flare gown with chiffon straps, the gown was beaded, and there was also a thin belt to finish off the look. I had a floor length veil, and champagne beaded pumps, and tear drop earrings. The bridesmaids had floor length light grey gowns. The groom and groomsmen had navy suits. I was inspired by pinterest, and chose peachy pink flowers to compliment the neutral colors used in the wedding as you can see in our Coyote Creek Golf Course wedding photos. The ceremony decoration was primarily the arch which included shrubbery and flowers. We used instrumental songs for the beginning of it. Processional song: Light The Heat – Thousand Love Songs & Christina Perri – A Thousand Years (Piano/Cello Cover) – The Piano Guys . Recessional song: The Weeknd – I Feel It Coming ft. Daft Punk (Instrumental). I chose Coyote Creek because they had a beautiful venue for a reasonable price. For centerpieces, peachy pink and white flowers, with gold votive candles. We had some gold lanterns for decorations as well. We had two songs for our first dance which were mashed together “Take My Hand” Emily Hackett Ft Will Anderson, and Arc North Ft Krista Marina – Meant to Be. We did have a photobooth as well.
It’s never too early to start planning. Coordination with vendors a week prior to wedding is highly recommended, and attention to detail to timeline is super important. Do not underestimate the effort it takes for the seating chart – this is important and applies to large weddings, it is a lot of work.