The bridesmaids all wore Monique Lhuillier gowns from Bella Bridesmaids but mixed it up with individual statement earrings borrowed from Dana’s sister and cousin.
Under a simply draped arbor, the couple exchanged vows in an inter-faith ceremony conducted by both a rabbi and a priest.
Across the property, multiple areas for dining, dancing, and lounging took five days for a team of 15 to set up. That the venue is family-owned allowed for maximum flexibility.
A botanical look was influenced by The Bend’s conservation-driven mission, and was played up in the hand-painted seating chart and stage backdrop and in the custom table linens, napkins, and butler service towels, which were sourced and produced by Ooh! Events.
The floral design on the wedding cake by Jim Smeal mimicked the pattern on Dana’s wedding gown.
And in closing out the night, the couple’s classic 1966 Chevy truck served as the getaway car.