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Rustic Wedding at Stone Brewery, Escondido CA

Tung and Kana

Photography by Vivian Lin

Stone Brewery in Escondido is becoming a popular wedding venue for the coolest couples and brewing enthusiasts!  Its rustic industrial design inspires a very different wedding look.  Tung and Kana loved the textures of wood, burlap, and dark glass bottles, along with natural, fun flora like moss, wheat, daisies and chrysanthemums.  This couple had a definite sense of their style, as you can tell by Tung's choice of footwear!

Kana's bouquet was made of hydrangea, fragrant freesia and large gold roses, with elegant green cymbidium orchids tucked in to make it extra special!

The woven twig flower-girl baskets were lined with kermit mums and filled with white petals for tossing.  Even the ring-bearers box was covered with burlap and mums.  

And how cool is this bout?! It's made from hops, wheat, and burlap with the Stone Brewery signature bottle cap.  Its always nice to have couples request unique designs that showcase their interests and personalities, this bottle cap bout is the perfect example!

The ceremony was set up under a canopy of trees, with jars of baby breath and mums hanging along the aisle for a delicate touch of color. And we added greenery, white lisianthus, and daisies to our sweet little podium at the front.

Up in the dining loft, the long wooden tables were set with various configurations of beer bottles, mason jars, and burlap vases filled with daisies, hydrangea, bells of Ireland, and mums.

Our handmade boxes were filled with moss, spider mums and dried pods and added a colorful and whimsical experience, and the bride's addition of handmade table numbers was a pretty touch.  The guests got to add more balloons to this cute frame using their fingerprints!

This wedding was planned long-distance, and the groom did most of the planning and communicating with me. I think he did a great job!

My very best wishes go out to this happy couple on their new journey together!

 Floral Occasions by Janna Hatch

My thanks to Vivian Lin Photography


Floral Occasions

By Janna Hatch