On the peaceful windy road into Villa AIX in Healdsburg, CA you’ll pass wineries painted with rolling hills of vineyards. The scene is something out of a dream. Enter a small gravel driveway and you’ll discover this beautiful venue, tucked in behind tower ancient trees above. The center of the property is the main house where Sarah&Ryan started their day. Above the house, is the lawn where they were married, and right below the cocktail hour space and reception where they danced the night away!
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Ishaan&Katelyn’s story starts in the Midwest. Ishaan was working at GE Aviation when a new hire showed up. During a work outing to Cedar Point Amusement Park, Ishaan just so happened to be the driver and Katelyn rode shotgun. Katelyn was blown away by how nice Ishaan was, she was really impressed by this welcoming committee from work. Little did she realize, Ishaan wasn’t going on all the rides with her because he was supposed to be nice to the newcomer, he had an instant crush on her!
In Katelyn’s words, “we started hanging out, and hanging out turned into dating.”
It felt natural and just flowed. Katelyn didn’t realize their first date was a date until Ishaan pulled up in front of a fancy steakhouse. It became a bit more obvious then! It was hilarious to hear family members like Katelyn’s sister recap phone conversations with Katelyn during this time.
“We continued spending time together and getting to know each other, and eventually, we fell in love.”
Zach&Tana planned the most amazing destination Mexico wedding in Puerto Vallarta at the Vidanta Resort. In attendance were 100 of their closest friends and family who traveled from afar to celebrate during the whole week leading up to their wedding. To have that many guests travel to a destination wedding really says a lot about the loyalty and character of Zach&Tana!
Jeff&Tosha were married on Tosha’s dad’s Ranch in Northern California on a beautiful Fall day. Among the perfect overcast skies for photos, a beautiful sunset, Tosha’s favorite donuts to share with guests, and a very sweet number of toasts given, this was such a special wedding day!
Michael&Cassie planned a beautiful destination V. Sattui Winery wedding in Napa Valley.
Marshall&Kelsey were married on a beautiful Fall day at Patrick Ranch wedding venue just outside of Chico.
Greg and Eryn’s Rancho Soquel wedding is now on the TréCreative blog.
Whenever we get to travel down to Santa Cruz area for wedding photography or videography we LOVE it! The weather here is just perfect for weddings, sunny but not too hot. Greg&Eryn met in our hometown of Chico while attending college here. They wanted to bring a little piece of Chico to their wedding so found us! They live in the Bay Area and when they stumbled upon the Rancho Soquel wedding venue, they knew it would be the perfect spot for them to celebrate their love story!
There was a beautiful sunny ceremony area with reception space right behind. All outdoor, but with room to roam. Eryn walked down the aisle to the same song her mom did 37 years prior, an homage to her and Greg’s parent’s long legacy of marriage they’ve modeled so well for these two. The officiant eloquently spoke of the story of Greg&Eryn’s love and their personal character. These two are head over heels for one another and treat each other with a deep love and respect that is admirable. Their vows were raw, real, heartfelt and hilarious at times.
Beautiful speeches were given by friends and family. Everyone laughed, and they cried. There was a delicious dinner and dancing to follow! Guests then migrated over to another area of the property, over to the dance floor and bar area where there was an ice cream bar and lots of fun being had by all. Greg&Eryn welcomed kids at their wedding and the kids were SO excited to see the ice cream bar and some other special touches Greg&Eryn had for them throughout the day.
We loved getting to know these two throughout the wedding planning process. They are truly so sweet, caring and enjoyable to be around. We’re so excited to share with you a highlight film of their magnificent wedding day. We hope our film stands as a testament to their unbreakable love for generations to come.
Cheers you two, we love you guys!
Photography: Sun and Life Photography
Coordination: The Wedding Connection
Dress: Lace & Bustle Bridal
Bridesmaid Dress: Joanna August
Florals: Megan Haney Designs
DJ: Santa Cruz DJ Company
Catering: Feast for a King Catering
Cake: The Buttery
Photo Booth: Night Owl Photo Booth
Every time we visit the cathedral in downtown Sacramento we’re in awe of the beauty, the architecture, and the atmosphere. You can hear it at the beginning of this film. As Jaime&Cheryl’s cantor sang Ave Maria, the melody echoed throughout the walls of the towering cathedral, it was beautiful. We loved how Jaime&Cheryl included family in their ceremony from readings, to their grandmother playing the piano.
The bridesmaids and groomsmen got ready at the Citizen on J Street. We love this hotel for its unique decor and great natural light. The girl’s room had a picturesque balcony with aerial views of the city below.
After the ceremony guests headed down the street to the Tsakopolous Library Galleria. This venue is a perfect space for a wedding reception in downtown Sacramento. It is close to everything and has lots of space for guests to mingle and dance! There’s a second level that encircles the reception area that Jaime&Cheryl did the bouquet and garter toss from, so fun! Jaime’s brother and Cheryl’s sister and dad toasted the couple beautifully and they danced the night away!
Enjoy a short cinematic highlight film of Jaime&Cheryl’s wedding day below, congrats you two!
Eric&Abby were married on a beautiful Fall day at Trentadue Winery wedding venue just outside of Healdsburg California.
It was a beautiful June morning and Steven&Andie were across town from one another getting ready. Steven, at his parent’s place, lounging by the pool and in the “man cave”. Andie, at her parent’s house, surrounded by bridesmaids and family. The morning time was peaceful, but with an eager anticipation for what was to come.