back in may, bobette put together this beautiful wedding at the harveston clubhouse in temecula. it was a major undertaking- the ceremony was in the same location as the formal dinner. in between the ceremony and dinner there were hors d'oeuvres at a separate location.
at the entry, bobette had a monogramed sign made to guide guests. the sign in table was a dresser, backed with a trellis and an adorable picture of the couple.
the walkway was lined with hanging lanterns.
she used olive clippings to go down the handle rails of the aisle. (this was my favorite part!)
the ceremony took place in the center of a circular group of chairs on the structure that the groom's family built. bobette used tulle curtains around the edges, and then put more olive branches along the top. she filled big urns with the greenery, and placed them on top of monogrammed pedestals.
the bride bought this chandelier for the ceremony with plans to use it in her future house- such a cool idea!
the tables were in long lines around the edges of the ceremony circle. the groom's family also built those stand for the lights which lined the tables.
the bruschetta bar was the biggest hit of the wedding!
above the table bobette made a gold feather chandelier- it made the coolest effect!
the bar was inside and serviced by these cuties.
for the dinner, the ceremony altar was transformed into this unbelievable sweetheart table.