Lauren and Patrick’s Napa Wedding at B.R. Cohn Winery Featured On Borrowed & Blue

We here at Lovely Day Events were lucky enough to be a part of this quintessential California Wine Country Wedding for Lauren and Patrick, which we are so proud to say has been featured in Borrowed & Blue! Thank you! Everything about this wedding, that was hosted at B.R. Cohn Winery, was exquisite. Chic and elegant features were found throughout the wedding and if you are dreaming of your wedding at a gorgeous winery, than you have to read all about this wedding in the full feature on Borrowed & Blue!

What could be better than having a wedding ceremony overlooking the vineyard in Napa?! It is an essential part to any Wine Country wedding!

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The bride’s peachy-pink bouquet of garden roses, along with ranunculus, complements the greenery around the winery absolutely perfectly! The white base palette that was used during the reception also complements the touches of color that was brought in from the flowers and the greenery. And we absolutely adore this unique take on a guest book. Instead, the couple opted to have all of their guests sign a wine crate from B.R. Cohn Winery that will forever hold a special place in their hearts! What a great idea!

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Photographer: onelove photography  //  Venue: B.R. Cohn Winery  //  Florist: Anne Appleman Flowers & Plants  //  Bands & DJ: Silverado DJ  //  Cakes & Desserts: Crisp Bakeshop  //  Catering: Park Ave Catering  //  Celebrants & Officiants: Kevin Tripp Weddings  //  Tents, Rentals and Decor: Bright Event  //  Accomodations: Flamingo Resort

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