Intimate Wedding at the Olema Inn
Some may say that the wedding gown can describe a wedding. In this case they may be totally right, because this short and sweet gown by Melissa Sweet was the perfect match for an intimate fete at a quaint bed and breakfast in Olema. Shot by Diana Maire Photography, Heather and Tom handmade everything for their wedding – including the bouquets and boutonnieres!
From Diana Maire Photography: I loved this vintage inspired intimate wedding at the Olema Inn. The bride did a lot of details herself, including all of the flowers, and all of the pies! A lot of the other details were from Etsy vendors, or vintage from her family members. It was a really intimate wedding (around 30 people), and it was so laid back, heartfelt and lovely. All of the details were things they put a lot of thought into, such as the music they took months putting together, and included different styles than the typical wedding (lots of Iron and Wine, Band of Horses, Vampire Weekend, etc.). The zombie pie topper was a nod to the groom, who is still trying to convince the bride to do a zombie themed trash the dress session…
Wedding Venue and Vendors (Olema, CA):
Venue: Olema Inn / Photography: Diana Maire Photography / White lace bolero: maryandangelika on Etsy (I tea dyed this to match my dress) / Ivory Crystal and French lace headband: PowderBlueBijoux on Etsy / Shoes: Seychelles (I Do) Ivory / Wedding ring (Bride) purchased at Dianne’s Estate Jewelry in San Francisco / Wedding Band (Groom) purchased through Paris Von Rabenau Jewelers in Reynolds, Georgia / Necklace: bride’s grandmother’s / Dress: Melissa Sweet (Bronwyn) purchased at Glamour Closet in San Francisco and altered at Joanne’s Bridal Boutique in Alameda / Hair and Make-up: Clifford Hashimoto in San Francisco / Flowers: Purchased at San Francisco Flower Mart and DIY