When planning her wedding, the bride, Janel, knew she wanted to incorporate her favorite colors: pink coral, peach and blush tones were the colors she chose. Janel refers to her wedding as a “Pinterest Perfect Wedding”; utilizing pinterest, Tahoe Unveiled and other wedding blogs for the romantic, vintage inspiration. All the incredible frames were found at local antique stores and Janel painted all 15! What’s even more incredible, Janel handmade the large ceremony frame from crown molding.
Art in Bloom‘s floral design complimented the already gorgeous West Shore Cafe and utilized Janel’s color palette perfectly. With all the unique details, this affair planned by Summit Soiree and photographed by Eric Asistin Photography is one not to be missed.
From the Bride…
Lake Tahoe is the most magical place in the world, and when deciding where to get married, Matthew and I couldn’t think of a better place. We wanted our wedding to be a destination fun family reunion. The first time we stepped foot in the West Shore Café and Inn we just knew. The WSC has the most beautiful views of Lake Tahoe, while being able to utilize the amazing property, both inside and out. It has such a homey, upscale feel, while not being stuffy and formal.
Wedding Venue | West Shore Cafe
Photographer | Eric Asistin Photography
Wedding Coordinator | Bonnie Beardsley of Summit Soiree
Florist | Hattie with Art in Bloom
Linens | Creative Coverings
Cake & Cupcakes | Blue Sugar Cupcakes, Paradise, CA
Entertainment | Music and More
Invitations | Wedding Paper Divas
Hair |Laura Seegmiller of Salon Bella Vita
Make-up | Jennifer Ergut of Kiss & Makeup
Wedding Gown | Pronovias
Bridesmaid’s Dresses | Donna Morgan
Photo Booth | Brian Greenwalt, Music and More