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It is probably obvious that Auberge du Soleil holds a dear place in our hearts. Brittany and her team are amazing, but another great reason to consider them as a reception venue, just as in any Real Estate transaction, is Location, Location, Location! John Curley is incredible at the low light photography and twilight shots he has captured here.Â The hillside resort has one of the best views in the valley during the day, but you have to see it at night. The sky at dusk is so soft and romantic.Â The light is amazing, soft, and filtered perfectly for photography. When the lights come on in the valley, it is as if you are surrounded by stars; not only from above, but also beneath you.
Jenne Hohn of Jenne Hohn Events lent her signature style to this celebration by her unique ability to manage and execute Gianna’s creative inspirations.
When working with clients, my goal is to find a way to make their vision happen, adhering to the constraints of their respective budgets. If they come to me with an idea, I utilize my resources – whether it be via vendor partners or my own staff – to provide a way to make the vision a reality. Gianna is a meeting planner for Google and she is absolutely loaded with creative and unique ideas – she is immensely talented. On wedding day, she handed over the reins and we were able to execute her vision, and work with the vendor partners she had selected due to her pre-existing Google relationships. ~ Jenne Hohn
I Do Venues wants to recognize the talented team of wedding professionals who helped to make this bride’s dream a reality: Photographer – John Curley Photography; Designer/Planner – Jenne Hohn Events; Floral – Poppystone Floral Couture; Cake – Perfect Endings; Catering – Auberge du Soleil; Rentals – Hartmann Studios, Blueprint Studios; Entertainment – Brian Moran, Ever