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Dana-Powers House Wedding Part II

Dana-Powers House Wedding Part II

As promised, we’re back to share Part II of Beth and Daniel’s wedding at San Luis Obispo’s Dana-Powers House! Prepare yourselves to enjoy the rest of the festivities from their wedding day, including their phenomenal reception photographed by the amazing onelove photography.

seating chart display

black bridesmaids dresses

blue petticoat short wedding dress

From the bride, Beth: We wanted our wedding to be a celebration of both our love for each other and the love we have for our family and friends. We are so blessed to have an incredible group of people in our lives which is why we wanted to include so many of them in the wedding.

Dana Powers wedding

vintage window rentals

black and white wedding tablescape

black wedding hat

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wedding cake table in aqua

wedding favor display idea

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converse wedding shoes

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converse wedding shoes

Daniel and I spent our entire engagement designing the wedding. I am fortunate to have just married an incredible graphic designer and Daniel designed our save the dates, invitations, programs, menus, beer favor labels, cocktail menu, dessert table signage, etc. We collected turquoise Fenton hobnail from the 1950’s that was used in the centerpieces and to hold our main wedding cake, this was the inspiration for our use of aqua in the wedding.

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wedding drape idea for reception

black place settings

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wedding reception food

I brewed all of the beers that we gave away as wedding favors, and Daniel and I dipped them in wax and labeled them. I made the cupcakes and custard tartlets for the dessert table. I also made the bridesmaid’s hair pieces, rosettes for their belts, adorned their vintage purses, boutonnieres for the groom and our fathers,the rosettes for the napkins, table runner for the dessert table, and the ring book, amongst other things. This wedding was definitely a labor of love! My very good friends of The High Five Factory made the backdrop for the photo booth, all of the instant photos guests took throughout the night were incredible!

teal wedding dresses

silver tray wedding decor

teal black decor

amber bottle centerpiece

blue wedding backdrop

vintage wedding photos

Dana Powers wedding

teal wedding signs

wedding reception bar

teal rustic photobooth

wedding cupcake tower

newlyweds first dance

black and white stripes wedding detail

View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Location: San Luis Obispo, CA / Wedding Photographer: onelove photography / Wedding Venue: Dana-Powers House / Wedding Coordinator: Judi Powers / Wedding Flowers: Adornments / Wedding Dress: WTOO Bridal / Reception Dress: Armour Sans Anguish / Bride’s Veil: BHLDN / Bride’s Shoes: Betsey Johnson / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Bettie Page Clothing / Bride’s Hair: Nikki Hughes, Hi Fashion Salon (Ceres, CA) / Groom’s Attire: J. Crew / Groom and Groomsmen’s Ties: Tie Obsessed / Wedding Caterer: Testa Catering / Wedding Cake: Decadence Cakes / Rentals: Classic Party Rentals / Vintage Rentals: Embellish Vintage Rentals / Photobooth Backdrop: The High Five Factory / DJ: Kramer Entertainment / Stationery: The groom, Daniel Liston / Officiant: The Honorable Danny Piloseno

View Comments (6)
  • This wedding is stunning! I love the black doilies under each plate. So stylish and well designed!

  • I love every detail of this wedding. Hands down the best bride and groom team wedding I’ve seen in a long time. Beautiful, fun and unique flare through out. Awesome job! Bravo!

  • I love that they paid attention to details, like with the french macarons and the converse shoes. Stringing the photo booth pictures is also such a great idea. That light blue milk glass vase is also freaking Amazing! I would so buy that. So I’m available. Just to let you know.. 😉

  • I adore the photography table idea. Presuming these are family members wedding days – such a lovely tribute.

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