This Spanish inspired wedding at The Villa in San Juan Capistrano is soft, cozy, dreamy, and romantic!
The color palette that we went off of was more inspired by the Spanish Bougainvillea paired with lots of whites and greenery. I used the romantic antike garden rose and quicksand rose as my blending flowers so the bright fuchsia wasn’t so stark against the whites. Also, I picked the brick red butterfly ranunculus as my accent flower because 1. I wanted to incorporate a bit of the Spanish red but the Spanish rose is a bit to intense and the fluttering ranunculus is delicate and soft AND 2. when it’s butterfly ranunculus season you just gotta find a way to make it happen!
My favorite is how there is a bit of rust in the red ranunculus which tied in with the old stones and bricks from the Villa venue.
My vision for the ceremony installation above the door is to be as natural as possible. I wanted the vines and the bougainvillea to feel like it was something that could have already been growing on the wall with the rest of the ivy.
That loaf of bread on each place setting has got to be one of my favorites!!
Longer banquet tables or farmhouse tables tend to be tricky because there is more space to fill rather than a round table that just has the center to fill. My favorite is to do an elongated compote style arrangement flanked with smaller arrangements on either side filled with candles. Always candles. Candles bring so much warmth and a cozy ambiance to any tablescape!
Congrats Taryn and Elliot! You guys are so much fun and I know that your marriage will be full of laughter, love, adventure and good times!
Photography: Kristina Adams Photography
Venue: The Villa, San Juan Capistrano