Starting with a red tablecloth, it was love at first sight with these rectangular charcoal vases they used to create the floral arrangements. It was a fun contrast inside the very vintage and romantic wine cellar at Viansa Winery.
The red yarn wrapped table number is a fun and unique way to incorporate another texture to the table while also being able to mark where the guests will sit. The ombre red candle sat on a square plate which paired nicely with the contemporary vases used in this Valley Flora design.
The lushness of the blooms and shades of reds and pinks brought a welcome pop of color to the darker and more romantic venue here at Viansa Winery in Sonoma’s wine country. We have no complaints about being a Sonoma wedding photographer, especially when we have the opportunities to document such gorgeous work from the loveliest of vendors like Valley Flora.
Crepe paper details created whimsical place settings and chairs and incorporated the accenting hues of orange, pink, and silver so nicely. Those mini paper pom poms are the cutest!
Are these blooms perfect or what? The full lush texture of these directly against the hard angle of the vase is so beautiful!
And to bring this table full circle, pops of gorgeous muted green succulents. These grayer shades of green went so surprisingly well with the very bright reds and pinks of this Valley Flora table. It also helped tie in nicely to the more muted and darker shades found within the Viansa wine cellar and barrel room.
We can’t express how much we absolutely loved both Valley Flora and Amy Burke’s table designs we featured this week on our Vendor Spotlights. If you are looking to hire a florist for your wedding or special event, we hope you check these girls out in addition to taking a trip to the lovely Viansa Winery in the always gorgeous Sonoma, California.