Field Day: Betty & Andrew in Woodside, CA

A few years after meeting in college, Betty and Andrew were engaged to be married. The couple knew they wanted a lush, natural wedding location with picturesque views to underscore their mutual love for the outdoors — and found that Thomas Fogarty Winery perfectly combined a stunning landscape with delectable cuisine. The couple chose a vibrant color scheme of sunny yellow offset with pops of neutral grey, which they carried through to table settings featuring quirky touches such as birdcages, grey and yellow paper fan table numbers and creative floral arrangements.

The bride's bouquet of garden roses, ranunculus, billy balls, succulents, and dusty miller by Amy Burke.

A few years after meeting in college, Betty and Andrew were engaged to be married. The couple knew they wanted a lush, natural wedding location with picturesque views to underscore their mutual love for the outdoors — and found that Thomas Fogarty Winery perfectly combined a stunning landscape with delectable cuisine. The couple chose a vibrant color scheme of sunny yellow offset with pops of neutral grey, which they carried through to table settings featuring quirky touches such as birdcages, grey and yellow paper fan table numbers and creative floral arrangements.

The bridesmaids’ bouquets of garden roses, ranunculus, and dusty miller.

The bride (clad in her Alvina Valenta gown) and her bridesmaids (in their David's Bridal frocks) strike a pose, with matching bouquets in tow.

The bride handcrafted the wedding invitations, escort cards, table numbers and programs (which also served as fans for guests to provide relief from the heat).

Guests were greeted with jugs of refreshing beverages upon their arrival.

Rather than opting for a traditional ceremony arch, the bride and groom strung yellow orchid stems from two oversized manzanita trees to create a textured yet monochromatic backdrop for their wedding.

To further play up the natural décor of the festivities, yellow billy balls placed in antique boxes served as place card holders.

The bridal party favors consist of jars of tea leaves and mini mugs with each bridesmaid’s initials printed on them.

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