Laura and Thiago became husband and wife and celebrated their union at Madera Kitchen with the support of their family and friends! The bride and groom used our furnishings but added a unique spin to showcase their individuality to create a romantic yet rustic surrounding. The wedding party began by taking a trolley to Chinatown to take photos before heading to the wedding venue. The bridesmaids wore soft pink dresses that coordinated with the bride’s gown and photographed well against the dark blue of the groomsmen’s suits. Fresh flowers and leaves were not only a part of the flower crowns for the bridal party, but were also found in the decorations throughout the venue. After a beautiful ceremony the couple walked back down the aisle and were showered in a large display of golden confetti. Small candles illuminated the place settings and made the table that was filled with food and fresh flowers feel warm and inviting. A naked style wedding cake added the perfect rustic touch to a table that also held small pink desserts. Maracas that doubled as place cards were found at every seat for guests to use to celebrate the occasion. The soft glow of the string lights hanging throughout the venue gave an almost fairytale feel to the stunning reception. The day was magically photographed by our friends at Bruno Gilliberto.
Special shout out to the vendors that made it all happen…
Reception Venue & catering & staffing & photo booth – Madera Kitchen
Madera Events Director/wedding coordinator – Jenn at Red Light Special Events
Photographer –Bruno Gilliberto