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A Daydream Wedding
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ABOUT A Daydream Wedding
At A Daydream Wedding, we create weddings that are totally YOU. From concept to planning to your wedding day, we bring your dreams to life-- whatever that looks like!
Nothing makes us happier than guiding you every step of the way so the process is a snap. We help you stay organized, on budget, and on schedule. We'll hook you up with the best vendors in Sacramento, and we'll manage the details when it's time to say 'I do.'
Because let's face it-- planning a wedding is tough. It's stressful, confusing, and overwhelming. There are countless moving parts and putting them together seamlessly takes knowledge and expertise, especially when you want the wedding of your dreams.
But we make it simple. At A Daydream Wedding, you'll have an experienced wedding planner to help you transform your vision into reality. And we'll make it a blast so you can relax, have fun, and make once-in-a-lifetime memories with family and friends. Ready To Toss The Confetti?
PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Christine and Victor's Wedding
Christine and Victor were married at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Downtown Sacramento in December 2019. They had an elegant rustic-style wedding celebration. Their event was held on the top story of the hotel, which had an event space with panoramic windows that had gorgeous views of downtown Sacramento.
The color palette was emerald green, mint green, ivory, and gold. They incorporated trendy greenery decor elements all throughout the event. The entrance to the wedding aisle featured an ivory drape decorated with greenery garlands. Greenery garlands with ivory flowers lined the wedding ceremony aisle and also served as a beautiful table runner on the head table. The centerpieces on the guest tables incorporated eucalyptus greenery as well. And the gorgeous bride wore a beautiful greenery crown with ivory flowers in her hair and carried a matching bouquet.
Lighting was also an important design feature. Nestled in the greenery garlands that lined the wedding aisle were clear glass vases featuring gold details, which were filled with delicate fairy lights. These vases were also included on the head table and guest tables as well. And all throughout the room were strategically placed amber-colored uplights, which combined with the fairy lights gave the room a soft, romantic glow. They also had a personalized monogram projected into the center of the room.
The focal point of their reception was their delicious dessert table. There was a beautiful two-tiered cake for the bride and groom, which had green and white marbled frosting with gold foil accents. The able also included cake pops, mini-cupcakes, chocolate-covered strawberries, and personalized M&M's. And because the groom recently graduated from the CHP academy, it also included a small donut wall.
Planner: A Daydream Wedding
Venue: Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Photo: Callao Photography
Florist: Beautiful By Nature
Wedding Cake: Freeport Bakery
Tiffanie and Isaac's Wedding
Tiffanie and Isaac were married in October 2019. The wedding celebration was held outdoors at a private estate in Lotus, CA. They had a boho-chic style event with rustic and vintage elements.
The ceremony took place in a forest-type area among tall pine trees. A rustic wood arbor was at the altar and was draped with greenery and beautiful wildflowers at the top. A macrame backdrop was also hung from the arbor to make the perfect wedding altar. The guests sat in benches made of tree stumps and wood planks. Vintage-style rugs were used to create a carpet runner down the aisle. The entrance to the ceremony area featured a large tree where a macrame dream catcher was hung. As guests approached the entrance, they crossed a bridge over a small seasonal stream.
The reception area was held in a grassy meadow area with tall oak trees. Tables were dressed in ivory linens and had centerpieces that consisted of greenery and geometric gold candle holders. Bistro lights were strung up above from the trees. The sweetheart table was a solid wood vintage table with vintage velvet chairs. The dessert table was a vintage buffet with desserts on top, as well as inside the drawers and doors. A drink table was created in this area using two wine barrels and a wooden plank, which matched the tree stump benches in the ceremony area.
A lounge area was created in another grassy meadow area. It featured a vintage love seat, two vintage chairs, a coffee table, and a vintage rug. It also had a delicious popcorn table with a LOVE marquee light. The popcorn table matched the drink table in the reception area, as it was made with two wine barrels and a wooden plank. There was also a wooden dance floor and more bistro lights strung above.
The theme of the wedding was based on the show Game of Thrones. The wedding cake was designed to look like dragon scales. The wording on the cake topper was written in the same font used in the show. They also had banners written in the same font, which were hung from the trees in the reception area. A sword was placed at the sweetheart table and was the perfect accent piece for the theme.
The bride wore a boho-style dress, as well as a floral crown. She carried a matching bouquet. The groom had a matching boutonniere. The bride and groom showed off their matching semi-colon tattoos on their thumbs.
Coordination: A Daydream Wedding
Florist: Flowers by Jordan
Photography: A Moment of Joy
Brittney and Justin's Wedding
Brittney and Justin were married in September 2019 at the Grand Reserve Inn, an Italian-style villa in Plymouth, CA. They had an elegant and intimate wedding celebration and the weather was absolutely perfect.
The couple was married on the lawn area near sunset. The ceremony area overlooked a beautiful grape vineyard. The altar had a wooden arbor which was decorated with greenery and white flowers. Elegant paper cones with flower petals were hung from the aisle chairs. As guests entered the venue, they passed by personalized acrylic wedding signs to welcome them to the wedding.
The cocktail hour took place in the brick courtyard while the ceremony area was flipped into the reception area. Antipasta appetizers were served. The bar had a beautiful menu sign, matching the acrylic welcome signs the guests saw at the entrance. While the guests enjoyed the cocktail hour, the bride, groom, and wedding party snapped some photos. And the couples Labradoodle was also included in the photos as well. When it was time for the reception, the guests were greeted with a display of champagne flutes placed on glass shelves. And each glass of champagne had an acrylic stirrer that was personalized with each guests' name.
The reception featured wooden farm tables and cross back chairs. Each table had several lush flower arrangements consisting of greenery and white flowers. The tables were set with white china and white napkins with a menu card inserted. They also had tall cylinder vases with lit pillar candles and acrylic table numbers. The reception area also featured a wooden dance floor and had string lights strung from above for additional lighting. And about an hour prior to the end of the reception a dessert truck showed up to serve cheesecake bites.
The night ended with a glow stick send off for the bride and groom.
Coordination: A Daydream Wedding
Venue: Grand Reserve Inn
Photography: Elizabeth Nwansi Photography
Florist: Couture Weddings by Dottie
Rachael and Austin's Wedding
Rachael and Austin were married in September 2019 at the Wolfe Heights Event Center in Sacramento, CA. It was a beautiful Fall day, filled with perfect weather and great fun.
The bride and groom got ready for the wedding onsite in the estate. The estate house had a full kitchen, as well as several elegant rooms to get ready in. The bride got ready in a room that had a gorgeous vintage mirror and distressed vintage cabinet. The bride's mother helped her to get into her dress and put on her garter. The groom got ready in a separate room and his mother was there to help pin on his boutonniere. The bride also gave her bridesmaids personalize wine tumblers.
Once the couple was ready, they headed outside for their first look photos. The groom was waiting for the bride by a willow tree next to the pond. The bride walked down the steps from the estate over to the pond, tapping on the groom's shoulder. He turned around and saw his beautiful bride and they kissed, hugged, and danced around.
The ceremony was held in the beautiful rose garden which featured a rustic-style wooden gazebo. It also had 360-degree seating on wooden benches for the guests. The bridesmaids were dressed in maroon and the groomsmen were dressed in navy blue suits. The bride was walked down the aisle by her father. It was a beautiful ceremony and the couple shared custom-written vows.
After the ceremony, the couple took pictures all around the property. They took photos by the pond, in the grape vineyard, and the olive orchard. The light of the sunset made these pictures look spectacular. While the bride and groom were taking photos, the guests enjoyed a cocktail hour utilizing the full bar on the bottom floor of the estate house.
For the reception, the bride and groom made their grand entrance and then went straight into their first dance. After the first dance, everyone enjoyed a delicious buffet dinner. After dinner, the fun began. The bride shared a dance with her father. And the groom shared a special, choreographed dance with his mother.
The rest of the evening was spent dancing and eating cake and mini-cupcakes, which were made by the groom's mother. At the end of the evening, the guests enjoyed a late night snack of street tacos from a taco truck.
These college sweethearts enjoyed a fun and beautiful wedding celebration.
Coordination: A Daydream Wedding
Venue: Wolfe Heights Event Center
Photographer: Tanya Gallagher Photography
Anney and Sean's Wedding
Anney and Sean were married in January 2019 at the elegant Tsakopoulus Library Galleria in downtown Sacramento. It was a winter day, but the weather was dry and clear for their most special of days.
Anney got ready at the venue in the bridal suite with her bridesmaids and mother. Sean got ready off-site with his groomsmen and showed up ready to get married.
Just prior to the ceremony, the bride and groom did a first look photo session. The groom waited out in front of the main door of the library galleria entrance. The bride came out of the door from behind and grabbed her groom's hand. He then turned around and saw his beautiful bride, which brought tears to his eyes. He looked at how beautiful she was, then they hugged and kissed.
The ceremony was held on a stage on the east side of the ballroom. Floral arrangements were at the head of the aisle way, as well as on the stage. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father and her son. Her son held a stuffed penguin as he walked down the aisle, which was part of the story of how this sweet couple got engaged. A small table with a dark blue linen was set up on the stage and held a special hourglass sand ceremony container. The sand ceremony was very meaningful to this couple, and not only united the bride and groom, but also their children, making them a complete family.
The reception was set on the west side of the ballroom. Tables were dressed in navy blue linens and had tall centerpieces. The centerpiece container was made of blue mercury glass, which was lit from the inside and looked like twinkling stars through the glass. The flowers in the centerpieces matched the floral arrangements from the ceremony. Blue uplights were placed throughout the room which gave the room a relaxing and calming ambiance. And a custom "Best Day Ever" monogram was projected onto the wall.
The wedding celebration took place during the Chinese New Year, and the Chinese zodiac was the theme of the wedding. The bride and groom served a buffet of traditional Chinese cuisine. They also had a beautiful three-tier wedding cake, which was covered in dark blue fondant frosting and featured star constellations to represent the zodiac. The cake table was decorated with twinkle lights, which looked like stars and matched the theme perfectly.
Planning: A Daydream Wedding
Venue: Tsakopoulos Library Galleria
Photography: Rachel Fawn Photography
Florist: Beautiful by Nature Florist
Lighting/DJ: DJ Bernie Carrion
Megan and David's Wedding
Megan and David got married at the High Sierra Iris and Wedding Gardens in Camino, CA in May 2019. This Sierra foothills venue was the most beautiful place for their wedding celebration. The weather was perfect and it was quiet and serene.
The bride and her bridesmaids got ready offsite. The bridesmaids wore black and white plaid flannel shirts while getting ready and the bride wore a lovely silk robe. The bride had a first look moment with her father and her bridesmaids. The getting ready location even had a chicken coop which the bride took pictures and had a laugh from in her dress. The bridesmaids wore light grey dresses.
The groom and groomsmen got ready at another offsite location. The groom's father and groomsmen assisted him in getting dressed and ready for the wedding. The groom and groomsmen were dressed in grey suits.
The ceremony was officiated by the groom's father. It was a touching ceremony full of love and prayer. The altar featured a lovely gazebo arch covered with white flowers and vines.
After the ceremony, the bride and groom took sunset pictures at the crest of a hill, which had an amazing view.
Then it was time for the reception. There were two head tables, one for the bridesmaids, and one for the groomsmen. And the bride and groom sat in a sweetheart table between the two head tables. The tables were decorated with taper candles, greenery, and gold glitter. The candle light looked amazing and ethereal as the dawn set in. The bridesmaids' table has vases to hold their bouquets.
The cake was a hombre-style cake, frosted in green and white frosting, and decorated with greenery and white flowers. It also had gold glitter to match the tables.
The bride enjoyed a dance with her father and both of her grandfathers. The groom also took his mother out on the dance floor.
The evening ended with a grand exit, with the bride and groom fleeing up the stairway to the getaway vehicle.
Coordination: A Daydream Wedding
Venue: High Sierra Iris and Wedding Gardens
Photography: The Boundy's Photography
Raycee and David's Wedding
Raycee and David were married in May 2019 at a private estate in Newcastle, CA. It was a Chinese-themed wedding.
The day started with a traditional Chinese wedding ceremony where the bride and groom served tea to their parents. Then was followed by an American ceremony. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father and wore a red Chinese wedding dress.
The wedding celebration took place in a tent with Chinese decorations. The tent had red sashes and chandeliers with white and gold Chinese lanterns hanging from the roof. Chinese lanterns also hung from the trees throughout the property. The cake had white frosting and red cherry blossom flowers and complimented the theme perfectly. The guests were served a traditional Chinese cuisine plated meal.
Coordination: A Daydream Wedding
Photography: Love and Wolves
Laura and Jesse's Wedding
Laura and Jesse were married in August 2019 at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in downtown Sacramento.
Their day started at the Citizen Hotel, where they both got ready in separate rooms. The bridesmaids wore floral silk robes while getting ready, and the bride wore a solid white silk robe. The bridesmaids got dressed in shimmering burgundy dresses. The bride got dressed in a strapless ball gown, cathedral veil, and brown heels. The groom and groomsmen got dressed in blue suits and brown shoes. Once everyone was ready, they headed over to the cathedral for the ceremony.
It was a beautiful, religious ceremony. The music for the ceremony was played by a string quartet. The groom was escorted down the aisle by his parents. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father. After the ceremony, the couple took photos with their family and bridal party in the cathedral. They also took some photos alone inside several areas of the cathedral and building.
Then the couple and the wedding party headed over to the nearby State Capital Rose Garden and took some more photos. The photos beautifully captured the bridesmaids' hoop bouquets and the bride's traditional handheld bouquet.
While the wedding party was taking pictures at the cathedral and at the rose garden, the guests headed over to the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, CA for the cocktail hour. They enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, drinks, and classy music.
When the couple and wedding party was done taking photos, they joined their guests at the Old Sugar Mill for the reception. The reception was held inside the gallery. Tables were dressed in white linens, gold chargers, white china, and navy blue napkins. The centerpieces consisted of eucalyptus greenery and acrylic table numbers. But instead of traditional numbers, the couple used greek letters. A sweetheart table was set for the bride and groom. It had a greenery garland that extended off the table on both sides towards the ground. And nestled within the greenery garland was a "Mr. and Mrs. sign". They also had upscale padded chairs. The cake was a three-tier cake featuring colors of navy blue, gold, and white. The cake stand was a ring stand, which matched the bridesmaids' hoop bouquets and was decorated with a small garland of greenery which matched the garland on the sweetheart table.
Around sunset, the bride and groom took some photos alone around the property. They took some gorgeous photos in the vineyard, as well as parts of the building which were not being used for the wedding celebration.
After dinner, it was time for some fun. The bride and groom participated in a Money Dance, which their family and friends thoroughly enjoyed. Everybody wanted to dance with the bride and groom. The groom's parents gave the couple garlands to wear made of dollar bills.
At the end of the evening, the guests were sent off with favor bags filled with popcorn, thanking them for "popping by".
Coordination: A Daydream Wedding
Getting Ready Venue: Citizen Hotel
Ceremony Venue: Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament
Reception Venue: Old Sugar Mill
Photography: XSight Photography
Ceremony Musicians: Camilia String Quartet
Florist: Strelitiza Florist
Cake: Go West Bakery
Sydney and Kyle's Wedding
Sydney and Kyle were married in June 2019 at the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento. It was a very fun and unique wedding celebration. The theme of their wedding was The Princess Bride. The groom was dressed as Westley in an all-black outfit including boots, gloves, a mask, and a sword. The bride, of course, was dressed as the princess and wore a white dress with a silver princess crown. Her necklace and bridal belt matched the crown perfectly. The bride's bouquet was made out of paper flowers and was very beautiful.
Since the bride and groom were in costume, they also requested their guests, family, wedding party, and vendors to come dressed in costume as well.
The ceremony was officiated by the bride's friend, who was dressed up as the Pope. The ceremony took place on the stage, which featured a backdrop of an old Sacramento theater building. A classic car brought the groom and his parents to the stage. The groom's parents helped him out of the car and he proceeded up to the stage to wait for his beautiful bride. The bride was also brought to the stage in a classic car with her parents. Once the couple was on the stage, they proceeded with the ceremony.
After the ceremony, the bride and groom took many photos around the museum. They took quite a few pictures outside in front of the classic car mural. They also took photos inside the museum in front of and inside of many classic cars.
Then it was time for the reception. It was a very colorful reception, with each table having a different bold color linen. Because this wedding celebration was family-friendly, the centerpiece for each table was a bowl of legos. And each table had a variety of games to play. As guests entered the venue, they stopped by the escort card table, and grabbed a card with their name and table number, with a hot wheels car attached.
The night ended with pie for each guest. The pie for the bride and groom had a "As You Wish" topper, which carried on the Princess Bride theme.
Coordination: A Daydream Wedding
Venue: California Automobile Museum
Photography: Jenevieve Jerome Photography
Cheyanne and Elijah's Wedding
Cheyanne and Elijah were married at the Timber Creek Ballroom in Roseville, CA in January 2020.
The events of the day began with a first look photo session with Cheyanne and her father. Such a touching moment to see Cheyanne wiping a tear from her father's eyes.
Then came the ceremony. Cheyanne was walked down the aisle by her father. As they were walking down the aisle towards the altar, Elijah shed a tear of happiness. The ceremony was officiated by Elijah's father, Dwayne. Cheyanne and Elijah exchanged personal vows during the ceremony, which ended with a beautiful first kiss as husband and wife.
The ceremony took place in the Rose Garden at Timber Creek Ballroom. The altar had a beautiful wooden arbor decorated with hanging greenery. Some wine barrels were brought in to mark the ends of the aisle way, and some beautiful red and white floral arrangements were placed on top of the barrels.
The color palette for the wedding was wine red and white, with accents in a rusty brown color, which matched Cheyanne’s gorgeous hair perfectly. Cheyanne, of course, was dressed in all white and carried a bouquet of red and white flowers and greenery, which was wrapped with red, tan, and white ribbons. Elijah was dressed in red pants with a matching tie and pocket square, and he wore a white jacket. The bridesmaids wore red dresses in a variety of styles. And the groomsmen wore elegant all-black attire.
The guests moved inside the ballroom for the cocktail hour, while the bridal party took some photos. e. The ballroom was decorated beautifully. The guest’s tables were round tables with white linens and red napkins artfully tucked into the water goblets. The centerpieces consisted of three white candles in cylinder vases, surrounded by gorgeous eucalyptus greenery. The head table was one long table placed in front of the stage. It also had white linens and red napkins placed inside the water goblets. Greenery garlands were placed on both ends of the table with an opening at the center, where Cheyanne and Elijah sat, to allow for a “Mr. and Mrs.” sign. The cake table was placed on the stage. The gorgeous cake was a white two-tier cake with red and rust-colored accents. Greenery and flowers were placed on the table surrounding the gold cake stand. On top of the cake was a personalized cake topper.
Once the cocktail hour was over, Cheyanne and Elijah were announced into the reception and everyone enjoyed a delicious dinner. After dinner, Cheyanne and Elijah cut the cake. Then they had their first dance as husband and wife together. It was a beautiful sight to see. Then, Cheyanne shared a touching dance with her father, as well as Elijah with his mother. After the special dances were over, the dance floor was opened up and everyone enjoyed some dancing.
Towards the end of the reception, Elijah did the garter toss. And Cheyanne did the bouquet toss. Then everyone went out in front of a fun and exciting sparkler send-off.
Coordination: A Daydream Wedding
Venue: Timber Creek Ballroom
Florist: Flowers By Jordan Marie
Photographer: Lexi Nikole Photography
Cake: Emi's Delights