Eurydice & Robert’s Saints Peter and Paul’s Church Wedding Photos
Here is a curated collection of photos from Eurydice and Robert’s Saints Peter and Paul’s Church wedding. It was a beautiful day and we were so happy we were able to be there for this lovely couple on their big day!
“Love is fearless in the midst of the sea of fear.”
Photography: Apollo Fotografie
Venue: Saints Peter & Paul’s Church & Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel
Hair & Make up: Katye Balajadia – Hair & Makeup by Katye Rose
Event Rentals & Decor: Napa Valley Linens
Stationary: Yellow Brick Graphics & Magnet Street Weddings
Florals: The Flower House
Dress: David’s Bridal
Tux: The Black Tux
DJ: Heart of Gold
Catering: Scala’s Bistro
From the photographer:
Eurydice and Robert got married at Saints Peter & Paul’s Church, which is such a gorgeous venue with awe-inspired tall ceilings and architecture. They took their portraits before the ceremony, using all of the most beautiful locations on the premises which there are most plenty of.
Eurydice looked striking in her extravagant white gown, covered in lace embroidery and flower trim. The dress was also delicately encrusted with diamonds, with a full diamond waste band. of course, to finish this perfect fairytale dress her skirt flowed with a long train also, covered in lace embroidery and trim.
Her earrings, neckless and hair clip were also covered in diamonds and to finish off the look, she wore a long vail. Robert wore the most dapper suit with a lilac tie matching perfectly with the bridesmaids dresses and floral arrangements.
The ceremony was magical, housed by such an epic ceiling which you can see in these Saints Peter & Paul’s wedding church photos. After the ceremony the guests all stood, lining the stairs as the couple left the church. They cheered for an incredible moment captured in these photos.
They all headed to the reception site which was the Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel. There they took a couple more portraits in front of the marque. Everything was white and lilac in the receptions’ décor. Everything about it was impeccable.