Looking for a great space with that cool downtown vibe? Studio 817 is exactly that. Exposed brick, high ceilings, glass roll-up doors and courtyard with downtown Sacramento as your backdrop.
Our adorable couple, Jennifer and Kyle Luckey, originally exchanged vows at the courthouse. They jumped at the chance do it all over again with this great vintage boho wedding. Jennifer is wearing Pierce by Maggie Sottero, with Kyle in a steel blue tuxedo with blush tie.
Vintage furniture, lanterns, Chaivari chairs and a variety of candle holders decorated the ceremony area, lounge and reception area. Studio 817 has a large selection of furniture for multiple lounge areas, a great way to break up the space and make guests more than comfortable. Pretty petal linens completed the reception tables to complement the many rose petals, along with crystal glassware and gold cutlery adding a touch of class.
The florals were sublime and fragrant. Loosely arranged bouquets, unique hanging vine and branch ceremony arbor, made with a variety of eucalyptus, olive branch and pastel roses. A garland framed the head table with an abundance of rose petals. In addition to the florals’ visual treat, their fragrance created a sensory ambiance of its own. Our professionals were ahead of the trends using lots of greenery – Pantone color theme of the year for 2017.