Real Weddings: Trish + Bronson

Trish and Bronson’s Wine Country wedding is vibrant, fresh, and beautiful – there is just so much to love!  Stephanie Beer of Covenant Coordinating did a wonderful job of coordinating this wedding at Trish’s mother’s home, which was transformed to house an elegant tented reception, and the rolling hills of Glen Ellen were the backdrop for their outdoor ceremony.  Kate Stanley Design decorated the tent with a mix of orange and purple blooms and lush greenery, using trimmed trees to adorn the tabletops.  Trish is positively radiant in her Junko Yoshioka gown, and the images by Julie Mikos are simply gorgeous, I love the way that she captured the love between Trish and Bronson – these two are positively glowing with excitement, aren’t they?
















Photography – Julie Mikos \ Venue – Private residence \ Floral – Kate Stanley Design, Inc. \ Event planning – Stephanie Beer of Covenant Coordinating \ Stationery – Painted Tongue Press \ Gown – Junko Yoshioka \ Catering – Grapevine Catering Company \ Bakery – Fleur de Lisa \ Rentals – Wine Country Party & Events \ Linens – La Tavola Linen \ Band – Gary McLaughlin and Jeff Campbell \ Transportation – Pure Luxury

15 thoughts on “Real Weddings: Trish + Bronson

  1. Hi Ami,

    I wanted to take a moment to thank you for posting Trish and Bronson’s wedding, Julie Mikos has shot almost a dozen of my weddings and she showcases the beauty so very well – thank you Julie!. As the coordinator this bride was an absolute joy to work with, fabulously organized. It was the perfect day in everyone’s hearts and minds. The weather could not have been better.

    Fun behind the scenes facts – the property was worked on for over a year and a full field of native stone and old oak trees transformed to nearly golf course grass beneath the event areas without changing the original land formations. The men’s pants are a nod to his New England roots – Nantucket Red. The cable car to time the bride spent in San Francisco. Unique fabrics were an important part of the day, the brides mother has a fabric business so these were carefully selected for the men’s ties, cake table linens and the programs each had a custom cloth cover made from fine fabric with the program stitched inside. We also ordered a delivery of In and Out Burgers for everyone for the after party which went until 2am.

    I want to give our Big Band The Fundamentals a shout out – they rocked the party all night. Gary Mclaughlin provided our ceremony quartet and Jeff Campbell our bagpiper – piped the guests to various locations around the property as the day unfolded.

    Again thank you for the lovely posting and blessings to the brides of this summer as they look for inspiration in their own unique way.


  2. I love these pictures. There are several ideas I like. Can you tell me what kind of trees the centerpieces are and where they were purchased? Thanks for sharing!

  3. Can anyone tell me about the tree centerpieces? Are they live trees? Live branches? Fake trees? Where can they be ordered from? I would really love to duplicate the centerpieces. Thank you!

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