No one, and I repeat, no one captures a wedding quite like Sara from OneLove. Her photos always tell a sweet, sweet story, and her clients? They’re pretty top-notch too. So combine that awesomeness with stunning floral design by Fleurs de France, and you my dear, have a match made in wedding heaven. See every last bit of this wintery destination wonder right over here.
From the Bride… Michael and I are an incredibly low key couple and wanted to keep our wedding as stress-free and intimate as possible. We thought Napa would be the perfect local for a destination wedding because it offers a little something for everyone – not to mention it’s a great place to travel back to for anniversaries!
Planning a Napa wedding from Texas can have its challenges, but Michael and I really shared in the entire process together from start to finish. We made one trip out to Napa to scout vineyards and immediately fell in love with the grounds at V. Sattui Winery in St. Helena. With its lush stone courtyard and stunning barrel room, we knew that it would provide the ideal backdrop for our big day.
The actual weekend of our wedding was perfect – crisp November weather, gorgeous fall foliage, and all of our dearest friends and family. We hosted a welcome celebration at a private residence in St. Helena on the eve of our wedding. This was a great way to relax with all of our guests and kick-off the weekend festivities. The following evening was truly more amazing than we could have ever imagined. Michael and I had our “big reveal” before the wedding at the Old Rutherford Train Station, and then enjoyed a pre-wedding libation with our best friends and siblings. Our ceremony took place in a romantic candlelit courtyard as the sun began to set, with a reception that followed in the winery’s barrel room.
Photography: OneLove Photography | Ceremony + Reception Venue: V. Sattui Winery | Floral Design: Fleurs de France | Day of Coordination: Darlene Forbes | Catering + Cake: Oak Avenue Catering | Wedding Dress: Jenny Packham | Hair + Makeup: Elizabeth Chang for Skyla Arts