We're thrilled to see the pictures of Casey and Chris' wedding in Carmel, California. The Quail Lodge & Golf Club provided the elegant and spacious ranch-style backdrop to their big day. For her wedding dress, Casey chose a custom creation combining two of our bridal gowns: the illusion back and cap sleeves of The Lady with the graceful silk crepe skirt of Nora. She accessorized her wedding dress with our Blushing Romance Lace Veil and the Chloe lace bridal jacket for the reception. In her own words, "I wanted a dress in which I could have fun all day," and from the big smiles throughout the photos, it looks like she did just that. Thank you to Larry Nordwick from Creative Images for capturing the day, and a big congratulations to Casey and Christopher!
Katrina wed Micky in this surreal winery wedding. From the chandelier drop earrings to the pink peonies, every detail was executed to perfection. College sweethearts that stood the test of time, distance, and demanding schedules, Katrina and Micky made it happen right here in the Bay Area at Murrieta's Well, an unforgettable winery with rustic wood beams, glowing lights, and a fragrant wine cellar reception setting. Katrina wore the Marie wedding dress. In the bride's own words, "I ended up choosing the Marie gown - a fitted lace wedding gown with cap sleeves. I was initially anti-lace for a wedding gown, but this American-made lace was so beautiful that I simply couldn't resist. It was subtle, intricate, and perfect at my vineyard wedding." Here at Trish Lee Bridal, we're thoroughly enchanted by Katrina's tasteful winery wedding. Congratulations, Katrina and Micky!
With a minimalist vision and a sophisticated eye, Scott and Kiyoka created an intimate wedding putting their friends and family to work. Mother-of-the-bride and friend were in charge of the flowers and cake, while-father-of-the-bride hand selected five wines and a bubbly from his wine shop. The bridesmaids crafted two signature cocktails in honor of the bride and groom – the Pink Salty Dog: vodka, pink grapefruit juice, Campari with a salt rimmed glass and the Derby Day Punch: bourbon, elderflower, mint leaves, and chamomile. Kiyoka chose the Charlotte wedding dress for its soft architectural lines. Crafted of four-ply silk crepe, the gown complemented the home’s stark modern lines seamlessly. The reception featured amazing eats from a local caterer, simple lawn games – corn hole, bocce ball, and croquet, and live music performed by a friend and guest, Alex Cornell. With a little ingenuity, creative friends and family, their dream wedding came to life.