by Amy Serrago
Missy and Nick’s wedding day started with a traditional, unplugged, church ceremony. They exchanged vows in a charming chapel with stained glass windows before heading to their reception venue, Hathaway Ranch.
Because Missy is a music therapist, she infused live music into every part of the day. For instance, music greeted guests at the cocktail hour which took place on a terrace overlooking the ranch’s vineyards. There, flair bartenders wowed attendees with smooth moves and even smoother cocktails!
Missy was stunning in her gown by Lace and Bustle. Its lacy sleeves and deep V neckline were so divine. And that bouquet! A lush mix of anemones, wildflowers and greenery with a pop of proteas made it an absolute showstopper. Her bridesmaids’ soft periwinkle gowns added to the romantic garden party vibe and at the same time, Nick and his guys were dapper in gray. Meanwhile, their blue bow ties added the perfect colorful pop.
The reception decor featured pastel florals, pale blue table linens and gold accents. And once again, live music! A cool lounge area allowed guests to relax and mingle while lush greenery and blue glass goblets brought the tablescapes to life. Before sunset, the newlyweds slipped out to capture some couple’s portraits in the late-day glow. Later, Missy and Nick cut their three-tiered wedding cake and offered guests goodies from the dessert and candy buffet! Congratulations Missy and Nick!
Other:Lucid Life Entertainment Inc.//Musicians:Warren Priske//Other:Cocktail Concierge//Tuxedo and Mens Attire:Mens Wearhouse//Dress Designer: Lace and Bustle//Invitation Designer: Matinae Design Studio//Equipment Rentals: Walker Lewis Rents//Hair Stylist:Leticia Garza//Makeup Artist:The Beautiful Life LLC//Floral Designer:House of Flowers//Caterer:NV Catering//Bakery: GhilaDolci Bakery//Second Shooter: Jonah and Lindsay Photography + Film//Ceremony Location:First Presbyterian Church//Event Venue: Hathaway Ranch//Event Designer: Fairy Godmother a Wedding & Event Company//Photographer: Patrick Ang Photography