From the couple:Bryan and Jeanette met in the summer of 2012 working at summer camp (he was her boss *gasp*!) where they had an immediate connection. After summer camp ended and he was no longer her boss, the two began dating. Bryan and Jeanette embarked on a European adventure in the summer of 2016 and on the 4th anniversary of the day they met, Bryan proposed to Jeanette in Paris under the Eiffel Tower! The theme we chose was country club elegance/romantic. We had amber up-lighting and twinkle lights on pillars to give an elegant/romantic feel to the venue. We went with the softer colors (lavender and silver) in the reception decor to reinforce the romantic feel and to have the bridesmaids navy blue dresses and groomsmen’s suits stand out more. The brides wedding dress was a fitted trumpet style dress with a sweetheart neckline embellished with sparkling beads. The tulle veil was decorated with rhinestones to match the sparkle of the dress. In stark contrast the navy blue bridesmaid dresses had a lace illusion neckline to offset the sweetheart neckline of the brides dress. The men’s suits were a slate grey with navy ties and pocket squares to match the bridesmaids dresses. I, myself (bride) made all of the bouquets, centerpieces, and boutonnieres with the help of a few family members. The flowers of choice were white and cool water roses, white mini carnations, and lavender baby’s breath. The brides bouquet contained white roses, white mini carnations, and lavender baby’s breath. The bridesmaids bouquets contained white and cool water roses.Our color choices were the perfect match for wedding photos at Crow Canyon Country Club. The groomsmen’s boutonnieres contained white roses with lavender baby’s breath. I appreciated the simplicity and romance of the roses and carnations with a little bit of flare from the unique color of the baby’s breath. The ceremony was short and sweet. The only decorations used for the ceremony were lavender rose petals down the isle. The white parasols although not intentionally used as decorations gave a nice touch. The processional song for the bridesmaids and groomsmen was the instrumental rendition of “the only exception by Paramore”, the bride’s processional song was the instrumental rendition of “a thousand years by Christina Perri”. The recessional song was “everything is awesome by the lonely island”. Our reception was at Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville, CA. Our centerpieces were simple. Lavender baby’s breath in square glass vases on circle mirrors with three tea light candles surrounding the vase. The table numbers were silver and placed in the vases with the baby’s breath. The tablecloth was white with lavender napkins. The place settings were navy blue with silver foil pressed writing/designs. On the tables at every seat were wedding favors. They were shot glasses with the bride and grooms name on them as well as their wedding date in navy blue writing and lavender m&m’s in drawstring bags inside them.