Erica and Grant

Erica and Grant | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Erica and Grant’s wedding was quite spectacular – so much so that it has been published in Ceremony Magazine, and blogged about many times! It really was a San Francisco dream wedding, and the best part was getting to design it, AND bridal bootcamp train Erica.

Ceremony Magazine Publication

Erica and Grant desired a theme that was “modern elegance,” combining the old world aesthestics of the Mark Hopkins hotel in San Francisco, with their more modern tastes, and a little bling. The peacock was our inspiration for the rich colors, thanks to the Peacock Court at the venue, and there was even a touch of feathers in Erica’s bouquet.

Wedding Shoes | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Erica and Grant's Ceremony | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Peacock Themed Tree | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Sequins and mercury glass provided our glittery backdrop, while lamour linens and Erica’s stunning dress kept the design blend we were aiming for.

Tabletops | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Gold Accented China | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Head Table | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Having such a great design team working together (Diana at Napa Valley Linens and Emily at Soulflower Design Studio) was such a dream for me as a wedding coordinator/designer, as it streamlined a process into a breathtaking final product – from the original design discussions I had with Erica, to the creation of a design proposal, presenting that proposal to Emily and letting her take her spin on it, walking the venue with all these brilliant design minds together, and finishing off with a sample table meeting just to cement the littlest details. Event design is an amazing process.

Floral Arrangements | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Tabletop Place Settings | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Dining Room | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

In a different sense, Erica and I were hard at work designing something else – her amazing wedding dress arms! :) Early mornings in the park doing bootcamp, chatting about life and otherwise trying to just picture that stunning dress turned into pushups the morning of her wedding in her wedding robe, with hair and makeup done – just to prove to me she could do it. I loved it!

Erica's Wedding Arms | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

The Dance Floor | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Bride and Groom | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Now Erica and I have another privilege together – being “baby buddies,” as we’re both expecting in May! We love when we get to continue a relationship with our couples after the wedding, and it’s so great that even after this gorgeous wedding is over, I still get to have these folks in my life!

Wedding Party Cable Car | Photography by Rhee Bevere | Wedding Planning and Design by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

We would not have been able to design and execute such a spectacular wedding without our talented vendors.

Venue, Catering and Bakery: Intercontinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco Hotel

Photography: Rhee Bevere Photography

Rentals: BluePrint Studios and Hartmann Studios

Linens: Napa Valley Linens

Florals: Soulflower Design Studio

Ceremony and Cocktail Music: Golden Gate Music Quartet

Reception Music and Sound: Sound in Motion

Hair Stylist: Salon 77

Makeup Artist: Lux Image Agency

Jen and Jeff

Jen and Jeff | Photography by  Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

I think the thing we all remember most about Jen and Jeff’s wedding was the scare of rain! Here we were, in beautiful Indian summer September, flanked by gorgeous days on both sides, and this wedding day had rain! Thankfully, our team of vendors was so superb that we could make adjustments and keep pushing on with no problem at all. You would have thought our Plan B was Plan A all along!

Rainy Day| Photography by Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Umbrellas at Ceremony | Photography by Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Our DJ played “Here Comes the Sun” during the prelude music, as we did the rain dance hoping for an outdoor ceremony – that was the one promise I made to the couple, that we would have the ceremony outdoors no matter what! Guests are huddled under umbrellas, our team and the extra staff from other vendor teams were wiping down chairs repeatedly, and we get the processional lined up. Then what happens but the second I cue the processional to start, the rain stops, the clouds part and the sun starts shining. I think we all shed a tear at that moment.

Jen and Jeff's Ceremony | Photography by  Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Cocktail Hour | Photography by  Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Despite the rain and altered plans, this couple could not be dampened. They were so calm and clearly content to just be getting married, and at a beautiful location to boot – one of our favorites, Villa Montalvo.

Deep purple linens and arrangements | Photography by  Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Hors d'oeuvres | Photography by  Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Having planned this wedding together long distance from Switzerland, it was such a joy for us all to see it come together in material “real life” that day, particularly with the color pops Jen chose – gray and deep purple.

Tabletop Arrangements  | Photography by  Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Guest Book Table | Photography by  Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Tabletop Arrangement | Photography by Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Our little unique twist was a nod to the couple’s favorite dessert – pumpkin pie. Wedding in September? No matter! We served little pumpkin pies with the help of Honeycomb Events that were darling, complete with custom whipped cream cans, and they were a massive hit!

Honeycomb Dessert Table | Photography by Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Honeycomb Dessert Table | Photography by Matthias Photography| Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Honeycomb Dessert Table | Photography by Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Thank you to our vendors, and most of all for your flexibility and awesome professionalism to pull this rainy wedding off – it was a success!

Jen and Jeff | Photography by Matthias Photography | Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Venue: Villa Montalvo

Photography: Matthias Photography

DJ: Carl Mindling

Flowers: The Flower House

Catering and Rentals: Le Papillon

Officiant: Rich Menefee (Reverend Rich)

Dessert Table: Honeycomb Events

Hair and Makeup: Salon Mona Lisa

Meet our Intern Sarah

This week’s blog post is the first of three blog posts to introduce you a bit more to our team. The About Us page can be a little sterile, so we wanted to give an opportunity to our readers to get to know us a bit more casually! We went interview-style, so enjoy this week’s interview with our current intern Sarah.

Sarah collage

What does a weekend day look like in the life of Sarah? If it is not wedding season, you are sure to find me spending as much time as possible with Sanjay, our “babies,” and our families. After a long week, we love to sleep in, head to the park with Hudson and Bella, ride bikes to the nearby movie theater, stroll through the farmer’s market, continue with the never ending list of home self-improvements, practice archery, garden, drive to the coast, visit our go-to wine bar, or see a favorite band in concert.

What is your hands down favorite activity? Exploring! I love to explore. Whether it is venturing to an unknown destination or trying out an interesting recipe, I will be happy getting out of my comfort zone to experience something new. There is so much to enjoy in this world, and the unpredictable factor is very enticing to me.

What’s your favorite city you’ve ever visited? Growing up in a very large family with strict ballet training, traveling was not too feasible for us. Truth be told, I have regretfully never left the United States! However, I have traveled through our lovely country, and my favorite city that I have visited so far is Minneapolis, Minnesota. Very fortunate to visit during their most comfortable time of the year, I found the town charming and energetic. With endless trails and paths most were always outside walking or biking along the many lakes, the locals were friendly and kind, and the overall culture was very pleasant. Fun fact, it is also home to my 101.5-year-old great-grandfather! He may have a heavy influence on this answer ;)

What are you most looking forward to in 2015? This New Year brings great excitement in furthering my career with CAWE! Joining as an intern in the tail end of 2014, I am blessed and incredibly overjoyed to see how this year unfolds. I am also looking forward to friend and family announced weddings and pregnancies. Exciting things are sure to come and life’s unknown surprises are out there as well. I am ready to hold on tight and enjoy the ride while pursuing what I love most, planning events.

What is the biggest lesson you ever learned about events? With events, just as with life, some things are out of my control. This is purely natural and unavoidable. That being said, the most important lesson I have learned from previous events, and this may seem a little out there, is that this is ok. How dare I say that as a professional planner you ask? Well, allow me to explain. While I may be in complete control over myself and what has been expertly prepared in the months leading up to this one special day, there are numerous variables that are simply out of my control. We can chalk it up to human nature or Murphy’s law, but in the end it may be inevitable. What is just as important as understanding that it is ok, is understanding how to gracefully regain order for a seamless event. Something may happen that is out of my control, but it will never mean that the event is out of control. Approaching situations like this are challenging as they require composure and poise amidst stress and chaos, however, it is yet another reason why I love what I do.

What is your favorite beverage (at all times, in all circumstances)? Winter or Summer, and despite my disinterest in regular coffee, I will never turn down a Chocolate Coffee Cream (CCC) from Great Bear Coffee in Los Gatos. This blended beauty is topped with house made whipped cream, making it truly irresistible.

What’s your favorite cuisine to eat? I greatly enjoy eating food that I do not typically cook, or feel I would not be the best at cooking. Greek food would be high up on that list as well as Indian food.

What’s your favorite cuisine to cook? Anything really, especially if I am cooking with Sanjay. We make the perfect team when it comes to cooking. He is the grill master who takes care of the meat, definitely not my strong suit, and I am the kitchen master who takes care of everything else down to the little tasty details. Recent favorite dishes from our kitchen have included honey-mustard chicken kabobs with veggies, grown up macaroni and cheese with bacon, quinoa stuffed acorn squash, baked sweet potato fries, roasted Brussels sprouts, brown sugar marinated salmon, and butternut squash soup.

… These questions are making me salivate!!!

Give a brief description of your family. In our household there is my handsome boyfriend, Sanjay, and our four pets: Hudson the German Shepherd mix puppy, Bella the Chihuahua, Ashton the wise old Russian Blue cat, and Nixon the young black cat. A full and crazy house, we somehow manage the perfect balance and harmony. My immediate family includes five sisters and my parents who are also local and just as lively with the prominent animal loving gene and unique personalities.

What is your favorite event design element? My favorite elements to play with are furniture and mirrors. Furniture adds such a fun twist to any occasion with endless possibilities to experiment with. Mirrors are also an element that excites me. Gold, ornate framed mirrors make me go weak at the knees, but so do older mirrors. There is something so majestic about not knowing who has previously looked into the mirror and what sights it has seen throughout the years. Mysterious yet beautiful, these also add lovely flare to any event.

Give us your travel bucket list. Now that you know I have never traveled, I can easily say that should I close my eyes and point to a spot on an atlas, I would most likely want to go there. Top traveling destinations of my choice, however, would be Sweden, France, Italy, Japan, and Africa.

Last but not least…

What’s your favorite part of your job at CAWE? It is sadly rare to hear that someone loves their job nowadays. Talk of the daily grind is all too common, believe me I have been there, and it is hard to escape. With CAWE, I have successfully escaped and found myself in a position that interests me to the point of looking forward to work, not dreading it. The team could not be any greater or fun to be around, and there is a comfort knowing I am amongst other professionals who dare to color outside of the box. I feel stimulated and challenged, yet encouraged and appreciated while pursuing my goals within the walls of CAWE. Therefore, I must say that the entire experience is my favorite.

Genna and Jim

Genna and Jim | Deanna Graham Photography

Genna and Jim were one of my personal favorite weddings last year, just because Genna is pretty much one of the most adorable brides I’ve ever had the privilege of meeting. Their wedding was everything in the traditional that was good, with the non-traditional that comes from youth, fun families and a lot of life-long friends.

Caitlin assisting the bride | Deanna Graham Photography

Most weddings we do these days don’t allow us the privilege of working with the families closely, but in this case, Genna’s parents were very involved – and it was a great thing! I still remember one meeting where we used the conference room at the Villa, because we had so many people sitting around discussing the timeline. It was fabulous to have so many creative minds pulling together on one wedding.

Genna and Jim's Ceremony | Deanna Graham Photography Candlelit Table Settings | Deanna Graham Photography

The entire day, from the getting-ready time at adjoining family homes, to the formal ceremony at Santa Clara, to the picture perfect Italian-themed reception at the Villa was magnificent.

The Wedding Party | Deanna Graham Photography Genna and Jim | Deanna Graham Photography

Genna and Jim had a very distinct vision in mind that came to life beautifully – with a family photo table, an Italian door-framed, olive leaf-studded guestbook table and menu display, and lots of little details (like an olive sprig at each place setting). It was a great blend of unique without veering away from the classic.

Family Photo Table | Deanna Graham Photography Table Settings | Deanna Graham Photography

This is one of those weddings I know this couple will not regret looking at years from now – it was timeless and we were honored to have been a part of it!

 

Thank you to all of our wonderful vendors!

Venue: Villa Montalvo and Mission Santa Clara

Photography: Deanna Graham Photography

Flowers: Precious and Blooming

Catering and Rentals: Le Papillon

Bakery: Amour Patisserie

DJ: Turner of Elite Entertainment

Videography: Mirar Productions

Limousine: Elegant Journey

Hair and Makeup: Julie Morgan Hair and Makeup

Gelato: Dolce Spazio

Lisa and Tai

Lisa and Tai’s wedding was so classically Berkeley in its every vein – it was beautiful! From the bowties and oxfords of the gentlemen, to the super unique oversized floral pattern on Lisa’s dress, attire, ambiance and guests all embodied this fun-loving couple throughout the day.

Lisa and Tai, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  GEDI Photography

The Groomsmen, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  GEDI Photography

Wendi with Sweetness and Light Floral Design worked beautifully with Lisa and Tai’s desire to be sustainable, local and seasonal in their decor, and incorporated succulents as little favors doubling as escort card holders, and made the flowers pop with textural uniqueness.

Tabletop, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  GEDI Photography

Starting in the Berkeley Botanical Gardens’ Redwood Grove, we set the tone for natural beauty and celebration of simplistic love and beauty, a perfect setting for this wedding.

The Ceremony, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  GEDI Photography

Lisa and Tai with Signage, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  GEDI Photography

We then transitioned to the David Brower Center, a completely sustainable and green art facility in downtown Berkeley. Guests mingled, ate and drank among the modern art on the ground floor, and danced away in probably the most epic dance party we’d seen all summer.

The Reception, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  GEDI Photography

We had so much fun being a part of this wedding! Thank you to everyone who helped make the day special.

Venues: Berkeley Botanical Gardens’ Redwood Grove and David Brower Center

Photographer: GEDI Photography

Florals: Sweetness and Light Floral Design

Catering and Rentals: Carrie Dove Catering

Bakery: Vanilla Moon Bakery

DJ: Spencer Weddings and Entertainment

Hair Stylist: Tetrachromat Studio

Kathleen and Terence

Kathleen and Terence’s wedding was a picture of elegance, from their gorgeous church ceremony to their candlelit Bently Reserve reception.

Ceremony at St. Dominic's Catholic Church, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Kevin Chin Photography

The best part of Kathleen and Terence’s day were their smiles – so loving and happy, the joy of those around them just complemented the classy spaces and decor.

The Wedding Party, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Kevin Chin Photography

A larger wedding, the layout was perfect for a venue such as Bently Reserve, filling the grand hall and allowing the uplights and candles to complete the space and make it feel cozy and like a smaller wedding than it really was.

The Bride and Groom's Table, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Kevin Chin Photography Tabletops, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Kevin Chin Photography

The best part of the day was Kathleen’s surprise to Terence – after months of practicing, she broke out a traditional Indian dance for him that he didn’t even think she knew how to do!

Traditional Indian Dance, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Kevin Chin Photography Bentley Reserve, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Kevin Chin Photography

Their guests were ready to rock the entire night, and everyone stayed until the end to party and dance the evening away!

The Bride and Groom, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Kevin Chin Photography

Thank you to the tremendous vendors that helped put the wedding together with us!

Venue: St. Dominic’s Catholic Church and Bently Reserve

Photography: Kevin Chin Photography

Videography: Kevin Chin Cinema

Personal Flowers: Tomobi Floral Art

Catering and Rentals: Premier Catering

Bartending: Best Beverage Catering

Cupcakes: Sift Cupcakes

DJ: DJ Jeremy Productions

Hair Stylist: J’Adore Beauty

Makeup Artist: Sydney McIver and J’Adore Beauty

Nikki and Gabe

Nikki and Gabe’s darling wedding at Nestldown last August was so adorable, and the photos were so well done by Pictilio, that they’ve been published on Style Me Pretty! You can check it out here.

Ceremony, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Pictilio

The Kiss, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Pictilio

When you’re working with a couple as good-looking as these two, it’s pretty hard not to make your wedding photos gorgeous – but Vitaliy and Candace of Pictilio did an amazing job nonetheless!

The Bride and Groom, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Pictilio

We had the privilege of starting with Nikki and Gabe early in their process, helping them fall in love with Nestldown and the unbeatable natural surroundings, as well as frame their design of simple elegance – gray, white and a touch of modern whimsy.

Bridesmaids' Bouquets, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Pictilio The Bride and Groom, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Pictilio

The process was a ton of fun, as I was practically taken into their family and friends and felt right at home with them, and the wedding day turned out to be a day of smiles.

Reception Tables, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Pictilio

Dessert Table, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Pictilio

Dance Floor, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by  Pictilio

 

Thank you to our amazing vendors!

Venue: Nestldown

Catering: Cafe Primavera

Photography: Pictilio

Florals: Sweetness and Light Floral Design

Linens: Napa Valley Linens

Music: Ron Grandia

Videography: One Day Pictures

Dessert Table: Honeycomb Events

Beth and Todd

Wedding in the redwoods, Coordination by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Nadine Photography

Wedding in the redwoods, Coordination by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Nadine Photography

Beth and Todd’s wedding was a down-to-earth casual reception in the trees. The couple’s intention was to celebrate their love in the place they loved most – the redwood forest.

Wedding in the redwoods, Coordination by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Nadine Photography

The venue was a perfect location to do just that, as they got married in a “chapel” made of trees.

Wedding in the redwoods, Coordination by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Nadine Photography Wedding in the redwoods, Coordination by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Nadine Photography   Wedding in the redwoods, Coordination by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Nadine Photography

Everything was laid back, mostly DIY and really was an attempt to make every guest feel like each and every one of them were being treated to a giant backyard party hosted by the couple and their families.

Wedding in the redwoods, Coordination by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Nadine Photography

Our most unique elements came from the couple’s love of dance – the processional and recessional were completely dancing-filled! No somber ceremony here!

Wedding in the redwoods, Coordination by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Nadine Photography

Thanks to everyone who participated and made this day what Beth and Todd had envisioned!

Venue: Sequoia Retreat Center

Photography: Nadine Photography

Catering: Star of Siam

Bakery: The Buttery

Rentals: Alexis Party Rentals

Erin and Tom

Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Ian Martin Photojournalism

Erin and Tom’s wedding was our most “scientific” wedding to date – but led to such fun creativity and the opportunity for us to work with some really amazing vendors!

Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Ian Martin Photojournalism

Erin and Tom had hired many of their vendors by the time they brought us on board, and already had a killer vision together, but it was a joy to bring it all together.

From the graduated cylinders as centerpieces, lab book guest book, and the clincher – periodic table memes featuring their adorable kitty, this was a unique wedding that was “so Erin and Tom” for their guests!

Photo by Ian Martin Photojournalism, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events Photo by Ian Martin Photojournalism, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events

Erin homemade all of her paper flowers, and the venue contributed to the feeling of a science – oriented wedding for these brilliant scientist lovebirds.

Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Ian Martin Photojournalism

Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Ian Martin Photojournalism

Popcorn bar!

The best part of being a part of this wedding is the relationship we formed with the couple. I’m so happy and excited to say that we’re still in touch and are actually due for a hangout again soon, I hope – right, guys? :)

Thanks to everyone who helped make this day super special!

Venue: Lawrence Hall of Science

Photographer: Ian Martin Photojournalism

Flowers: Homemade

Cake: The Whole Cake

Music: Corelli Strings and Talon Entertainment

Catering: Miraglia Catering

Videography: Martin Wong Photography

Hair and Makeup: Shawn Cavlan Beauty Co.

Tina and Adam

Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography

Tina and Adam’s wedding was such a special pleasure for us to plan and coordinate, because it was hosted at Adam’s parents’ home in the hills of Los Gatos. Private home weddings require some extra planning work, but are so much more gratifying and leave a lot more room for creative outlets. The space is yours to play with! And that view! :)

Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography

What makes our job so much more special sometimes is the way we’re able to work with a couple through every portion of the planning and creative process – the design, the vendors, the execution – it’s like combining everyone’s expertise to create the “dream team of weddings.” This wedding certainly had some of our favorites on the team!

Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography

Tina’s dream was to have Tiffany blue and peach as her colors, then we had the natural beauty of the surroundings, the creative forces of our team, the floral designer and Adam’s mom, and the goal of a fun night for everyone to work with.

Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography

It was a pleasure and honor to have been a part of Tina and Adam’s day, and we look forward to many more creative private home events next year!

Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography Wedding at private home in Los Gatos, Wedding Planning by Caitlin Arnold Weddings and Events, Photo by Andre Nguyen Photography

Thanks to all of our fabulous vendors:

Venue: Private Home

Catering: Weir and Associates

Photography: Andre Nguyen Photography

Florals: Lani Elizabeth

Rentals: Unica Party Rentals

Lighting: Unica Party Rentals

Cake: Cake Expressions

Music: Carl Mindling Music

Hair and Makeup: Lux Image Agency and Salon Mona Lisa