Los Altos History Museum Wedding | Coral Summer Wedding
Sonoma, Healdsburg, San Rafael – all of those cities are within an hour of travel from my studio. Los Altos on the other hand isn’t exactly in my ‘neck of the woods.’ However, if I’ve traveled to Brooklyn, NY for a wedding – you bet I can drive a few hours for a Los Altos History Museum Wedding. Equipped with an outdoor courtyard, beautiful ceremony arbor and giant oak trees, What’s not to love about this venue? Venue aside, this couple were the sweetest to work with. Jennifer is so kind. Matt is like a super cyclist so it was so cute that the museum exhibit during the time of their wedding was all about bikes.
Jennifer wanted color, bright colors and greenery. With all my other brides requesting white and blush colored flowers, I was so excited to work with her palette. Other notes about the flowers – She wanted asymmetrical, full, garden-like bouquets for herself and her ladies. Having traveled to LA for workshop by Kate Holt of Flowerwild, I couldn’t wait to make those bouquets. Jennifer collected Tea Tins for me to use on their centerpieces. The catering company inserted a fresh sprig of Olive branch in each napkin for an extra touch of green. This bride really paid attentions to the details. Have a look!
Los Altos History Museum Wedding
The Ladies and their bouquets.
The Groom’s details – fancy bow tie, popping boutonniere and bike print socks.
The ceremony in the courtyard followed by a ‘flip’ and dinner in the same location.
Even Danger, the dog, was looking fancy with his bow tie collar.
The Tea Tin Centerpieces and other cute details.
I want to thank Lili Durkin of Lili Durkin Photography for all these stunning images.