Real Wedding: Vicky + Will

PLANNER: Linen & Lilac   |   PHOTOGRAPHER: Sorella Muse    |   VENUE: Cavallo Point

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Vicky and Will were married at Cavallo Point, overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge, and they wanted their invitations to reflect their unique ochre and pink color palette. Honestly, ochre is a pretty bold tone and I love that V+W wanted it front and center in their stationery and florals. (And I probably have planners Leslie + Linda to thank for that unique creative vision!).

Modern-meets-Vintage Invitations

V+W were super into texture and floral imagery, but also wanted a clean and modern feeling with pops of fun bright color for their invitation suite. The pattern around the invitation creates a great textural moment and adds some thickness to the digitally printed card, and I love that we were able to incorporate florals into the custom postage.

Photo by Sorella Muse

Photo by Sorella Muse

A Venue with Gorgeous Views

Cavallo point is such a quintessential Bay Area venue; I’m obsessed with its view of the Golden Gate, and its vintage red-roofed buildings. It was a beautiful venue to showcase bold florals and uniquely bright stationery.

Photo by Sorella Muse / Florals by Aqua Floral Design

Photo by Sorella Muse / Florals by Aqua Floral Design

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Acrylic Escort Cards

I knew V+W would be one of my favorite couples because they were both wearing Harry Potter scarves when they met. L+L came up with such a fun way to bring their love of books into their day with acrylic bookmark escort cards, and a fun escort book display. We color-coded the meal choices with the different custom pom poms (genius!), and I incorporated the pattern from the invitations onto the bookmarks to tie all of the design elements together.

Photo by Sorella Muse

Photo by Sorella Muse

Photo by Sorella Muse / Florals by Aqua Floral Design

Photo by Sorella Muse / Florals by Aqua Floral Design

Unique Table Numbers

Acrylic ended up playing such a big role in V+W’s day-of stationery, and it’s such a great material for an event with a modern aesthetic. Plus, acrylic table numbers incorporate so well with table arrangements, because they really let the flowers take center stage. I made these custom wood stands for the acrylic table numbers, and laser-etched the acrylic to give it a tone-on-tone look. And as a surprise for V+W, I made them this special sign for their sweetheart table, incorporating the pattern from their invitations, so they could have one as a keepsake <3

Right-hand photo by Sorella Muse

Right-hand photo by Sorella Muse

Congratulations Vicky + Will!