This next little number is pretty defined. It’s got the SMP stamp of approval for sure and is definitely going to be inspiration for all of you brides out there looking for sophistication and style with a bit of spunk. Think insanely beautiful flowers by Martha Andrews, a gorgeous color palette, and little bits of personality threaded into every detail. EXACTLY the kind of wedding we like to see grace our blog. Photographed by Jessica Stout, we heart this wedding in a big way. Click here to see the full gallery.
Michelle and Sean did such an amazing job both planning and organizing this wedding. In addition to all the hard work that Michelle put into her DIY details that were nothing short of amazing, they also hired the best vendors and their wedding was absolute perfection.
Michelle’s inspiration for their wedding began with a simple white vase that was in the shape of a bird. When she was unable to find what she was looking for, she hit the antique stores and purchased individual milk glass vases, which Martha Andrews of Blooms used to fill with the most fabulous floral centerpieces. Everything had to have the same vintage, elegant feel so Michelle designed everything with that in mind including picking the Citizen Hotel as the venue because it had the perfect combination of vintage and elegance. With the exception of floral and cake, her details were all DIY. The invitations, the escort cards, the table numbers, the cocktail menus that were on the bar, the tags on the candy jars, the paper bags for everyone to fill up with candy, and the table seating chart that was just outside the reception room. All of the supplies came from the Paper Garden off of Fulton in Sacramento.
The room looked incredible and it was a fabulous wedding!
Photography: Stout Photography / Venue: The Citizen Hotel / Florist: Blooms by Martha Andrews / Makeup: Christi Reynolds / Cake: Sweet Cakes By Rebecca / Lighting: Extreme Productions / Linens: Celebrations / Place cards, Menu’s, Seating Chart, Candy Bar: DIY by Bride