May 22, 2009



Amorology had the opportunity to work with Yia and Sal  and we loved her soft palette of colors and all of the twine and textural elements.  We just had to share.  It was organic and rustic but soft and pretty all at the same time.  
The ruffly rununculus are one of my all time favorite flowers.   There is something so sweet about them.  

all of the beautiful flowers were done by Paula of Rae Florae who is just as sweet as she is talented.  I especially adored  Yia’s bouquet and Sal’s boutonierre with it’s hint to the SEA (also the groom’s initials).

 I Love Love Loved Sal’s suit.  Seriously, it’s amazing the difference a good suit can make.  The two of them were fashion at its finest and beautiful together in every way.  


The cake was simply stunning and delectable by Elaine from Sweet Cheeks Baking.  It was the perfect complement to the tasty food by Barry from Coast Catering .  Delicious evening all around! … and the roses at The Darlington were in full blo0m and breathtaking!  

The table was set with kraft paper numbers, rustic frames that held the menu, mason jars filled with flowers and tied with twine.  Candlelit mercury glass added to ambiance.  

Kraft paper boxes tied with twine doubled as favors and escort cards,  holding mexican wedding cookies and fortune cookies to represent the blending of their two cultures.  

Yia and Sal, you are darling and sweet and have been such a Joy to work with! It was so much fun to share in your day.  We wish you all the best in your life to come.  
All of the STUNNING photography was done by Paloma Images.  Be sure to take a look at their collection of work.  They have quite a portfolio.  

Yia and Saul: Entwined