See An Overgrown Meadow Turned Wedding Ceremony Dream!
June 13, 2016
California
Al FrescoBackyardOutdoor Weddings
There's something so romantic about a wedding held in your family's backyard, and for this Bride that meant converting an overgrown meadow into the most beautiful ceremony backdrop ever. Along with Kristi Amoroso and Kathleen Deery the couple welcomed 250 guests to an at-home celebration, and Jose Villa was on hand to capture. Join us for a gallery you'll never forget.
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From Kristi Amoroso Special Events...The bride and groom chose to be married at the bride’s family summer home in Geyserville, California. They transformed a wildly overgrown meadow into a grassy, serene ceremony space surrounded by trees and wildflowers. The dinner and dancing tent was placed in the back of the home, with an amazing view of the hills. The guest list of over 250 came from all over the country, and many stayed into the wee hours, where the party moved onto the tennis court for some old college games.

Some unique highlights of the wedding: a series of cakes were brought out by the catering staff, with sparklers on top; tambourines were passed and used during the early dances by the guests; a family friend lead the guests down a lovely winding path while playing the trumpet; the bride and her father entered the ceremony to John Denver’s Annie’s Song.

Photography: Jose Villa Photography |Cinematography: Patrick Ang | Event Planning: Kristi Amoroso Special Events, LLC | Floral Design: Kathleen Deery Design | Lighting: Got Light| Tent Rentals: Zephyr Tents | Venue: At Home | Hair + Makeup: Wallet Wedding | Catering: Paula LeDuc Fine Catering | Band: Hip Service | Cake: Downtown Bakery | Transportation: Napa Valley Tours & Transportation
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