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Fleurs de France

Flowers make people happy, that’s a well known fact. But wedding flowers? Well, those beauties cause elation! And when your big day bouquets + arrangements are done by the uber talented Fleurs de France, the pretty just doesn’t stop.

With over 20 years of experience, Jessica of Fleurs de France has created countless unique floral designs for couples saying “I do” in California’s Napa Valley and Sonoma Wine Country. Passionate about weddings, parties and events and endlessly creative, she helps her clients’ dreams become reality by pulling inspiration from the area’s breathtaking scenery as well as the couple’s personal style. Fleurs de France works closely with each couple to create a floral look that is truly special. Whether you’re hosting a traditional intimate soiree or a modern over-the-top bash, Fleurs de France makes sure your big day is completely stress free and flawlessly executed!

To see even more of their gorgeous work, be sure to take a peek at the Fleurs de France blog and head over here to contact Fleurs de France to start planning your big day!

Photo Credits: Larissa Cleveland Photography | Julie Kay Kelly Photography | Larissa Cleveland PhotographyLarissa Cleveland Photography | Jenna Marie Photography | Fleurs de France | Arrowood PhotographyBriana Marie Photography Wedding Planners: Stacy McCain Events | Cole Drake Events | Suzy Berberian Weddings & Events | A Dream Wedding Venues Pictured: Calistoga Ranch | St. Francis Winery | Chalk Hill WineryGundlach Bundschu | Booneville Hotel | Harvest Inn | Chateau St. Jean


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Art Deco Inspired Wedding at Sacramento Grand Ballroom

I’m finding it impossible to find words worthy of this stunning, and I mean stunning, art-deco inspired wedding captured by Josh Gruetzmacher Photography. Because as hard as I try, words just won’t do this seriously stylish soiree justice. So do yourself a favor today, and get lost long enough in this gorgeous gallery to really soak up every last moment, because ladies and gents, it doesn’t get better than this.


From the Bride…Aaron and I met at a Halloween party the day I moved from San Francisco to New York in 2010. We instantly clicked initially as friends, but quickly became inseparable.

From the moment we started planning, we knew we wanted our wedding to reflect our style, but most importantly we wanted our loved ones to have a really fun and memorable night. Since both of us grew up in California, we decided to have our wedding in my hometown, Sacramento. We were going for an Art Deco inspired vibe. We only looked at 3 venues in Sacramento, and we when stepped into the Sacramento Grand Ballroom we knew it was the one. Built as a bank in 1912, it’s one of the most historic buildings in downtown Sacramento, with beautiful architecture and 45-foot gold leaf ceilings.

Aaron and I were planning our wedding from across the country, so we wanted to make sure we had a great team helping us along the way. We were fortunate enough to find incredible vendors that understood our vision and made our day so special and magical. In hindsight, we’re glad we didn’t compromise on our photographer, DJ, and wedding planner.

I spent the morning getting ready with my bridesmaids at The Citizen Hotel. For the bridesmaids dresses, I chose blush and grey as the color palate, with the girls wearing different styles. To pull the look together, I gave each girl a necklace from Baublebar. The groomsmen wore midnight blue tuxedos from The Black Tux and a white flower lapel pin, instead of boutonnieres.

When we walked into the reception, we were blown away by how gorgeous and romantic the venue was. The ballroom was filled with candlelights, gorgeous white flowers and feathers in tall silver candelabras, and accents of gold throughout. Our DJ set the tone perfectly for each part of the reception. Our beautiful and delicious cake was made by my two talented aunts. For our favors, we had cookies from our favorite New York City bakery, Momofuku.

Our perfect day exceeded all our expectations and we could not have imagined a better way to start our lives together.

Photographer: Josh Gruetzmacher Photography | Photography: Josh Gruetzmacher Photography | Wedding Planner: Jessica Andrews Events | Ceremony Venue: St Francis Parish | Reception Venue: Sacramento Grand Ballroom | Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Lighting: Mr DJ Event Services | DJ: Scratch DJ/DJ Von Woo | Wedding Favors: Momofuku Milk Bar | Bride's Dress: La Sposa | Bride's Hair And Makeup: Something Blue By Kayci Stoots | Bride's Rings: Anna Sheffield | Bridesmaids Jewelry: BaubleBar | Bridesmaids Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar | Groom Tuxedo: Rag And Bone | Groom's Bow Tie: Hugo Boss | Groom's Hair: Robin Capili | Groom's Ring: Cartier | Groom's Shoe: Del Toro Shoes | Groomsmen Lapel Pins: Etherealflowers | Groomsmen Tuxedo Rentals: The Black Tux | Hotel: Citizen Hotel | Photobooth: Night Owl Photo Booth | Transportation Service: Universal Limousine

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Traditional Ballroom Wedding

When you’re hosting your wedding in a locale like the Sacramento Grand Ballroom, it’s sort of a given that your day will be amazing.  But throw in a gorgeous bundle of Gatsby-inspired details and an adorable bride and groom with a love of orchids and it’s the kind of amazing that leaves you swooning all weekend.  Soak in every last breathtaking moment captured by U Me Us Studios right here.

From the Bride… We wanted to embrace the 1920′s feel of the ballroom and keep things clean and simple yet elegant and classy. We picked our colors to be navy, cream, black and gold. Very simple yet classic and a little flashy with the gold. We used pretty much as many orchids as possible because we both LOVE orchids and did all the flowers in cream and white to stay with elegant and simplistic. The tables had very tall arrangements as to reach up and highlight the gilded ceiling. We made all of our place cards and kept with the navy, cream, black and a splash of gold. We wanted to make sure the navy was really represented so we had the walls washed in blue light against the cream marble walls and all the tables were draped in cream linens with a shimmery gold overlay. We tried to make sure there was an apparent theme but it wasn’t overdone or being forced in people’s faces. Our wedding was absolutely breathtaking and I wish we could do that every year! Our planner made sure our day went perfectly and went off without a single hitch! She was unbelievable from top to bottom! Everything was seamless! I remember peeking in about an hour before and thinking “oh my gosh, this place is so pretty.” and knowing it was only going to get better! When the ceremony started it was just as breathtaking. Seeing Casey for the first time at the front of the aisle immediately put to rest any doubts I had about NOT doing a first look. Casey really did not want one and I fought him on it. In that moment I was glad he won. From the ceremony to the photos on the patio it was almost like a dream that was moving in slow motion. We can remember so much but all the little details are a blur, in the most amazing way possible. After photos we had our entrance off the main street and just waited to be called in as “Mr. & Mrs. Casey Spaich.” While we waited outside the gigantic vintage revolving doors Casey and I just looked at each other and had a moment to breathe and really just take in the magnitude of it all and it was incredible. When we walked into the reception our minds were BLOWN! It was absolutely breathtakingly gorgeous and beyond ANYTHING we could have imagined! To us it looked like and felt like we had walked straight from 2013 into the 1920′s. To our left were bartenders serving out of glass and gold teller windows, behind us was the classic revolving doors that had just transported us, in front of us was every single person that means the world to us, that has been there for us and were now helping us celebrate, and above us was that gorgeous ceiling that we had initially fallen in love with! It really was like our very own modern day Gatsby party! It was the best wedding, or party we’ve ever been privileged enough to attend, let alone be the celebrated guests!!! Absolutely amazing!

Videographer: AC Cinema | Wedding Planner: Event Architects | Floral Design: Jackie's Flowers | Wedding Dress: La Sposa | Cake: Divine Desserts By Aguirre | Invitations: Moochie Creative | Wedding Shoes: Elie Tahari | Bridesmaids Dresses: Wtoo | Caterer: Event Architects | Hair Stylist: De Facto Salon | Lighting: Mr. DJ Event Services | DJ: Mr. DJ Event Services | Wedding Favors: For Your Party | Groom's Attire: Paul Morrell | Officiant: Fr. Charles Grande | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sacramento Grand Ballroom | Groom's Rings: Tallie Jewelry | Groomsmen Attire: Tuxedo Den | Linen: La Tavola | Makeup Stylist: Shana Beals | Photographers: U Me Us Studios | Wedding Jewelry: Givenchy

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