Personalized touches are what make each wedding unique and this September wedding in Greaeagle, Northern California was full of them. The breathtaking venue at Plumas Pines Golf Course is run by the groom's family and is where they met. It is hard to imagine a more perfect place for these two to join their lives together.
A first look photography session allows the couple to enjoy the intimate moment of first seeing each other in their wedding garb without their entire family and friends looking on. This couple really wanted to enjoy their cocktail hour with their guests and taking photos ahead of time allowed them to do so.
Metal lanterns hung on shepherd's hooks to adorn the ceremony aisle without taking away from the beautiful view.
Most grooms feel a bit overlooked and overruled throughout the wedding planning process, but this groom couldn't have felt more included on his big day. The bride surprised him with a bright orange Harley Davidson cake and added a Harley charm to her garter.
This wedding was packed with guest entertainment. During cocktail hour, guests stamped their fingerprints on the guest book tree creating a beautiful memento for the couple to display in their home. Guests placed their crazy photo booth strips on scrapbook pages with notes to the bride and groom and The Alternators rocked the dance floor late into the night with their eclectic style.
Personalized wine bottle table numbers directed guests to their seats.
Instead of the traditional champagne toast, engraved shot glass favors were filled with the couples favorite beverage.
Photos by Zinser Photography.
Special thanks to John and Kiandra for letting us be part of your big day!
The Alternators Band
Longboards Bar and Grill at Plumas Pines Golf Course
Take the Cake Events
Zinser Photography and Photo Booth