Two cultures meet and match perfectly in this Sonoma Garden Pavilion centered wedding. Bobby, born and raised as a sweet natured southern boy met Russian born Sasha and it was head over heels from there! You will fall in love, not just with this cute couple but also all of their adorable details!
Plus a fantastic wedding favor idea to steal below and more to see captured by Fondly Forever Photography in the full gallery! Keep reading WC fans!
From McKenzie Miller Films
Is there anything sweeter than an emotional groom? Bobby is a self professed crier and capturing the love he shares with Sasha was so special. Sasha and Bobby's gorgeous Sonoma garden wedding was a celebration of their love while combining her Russian roots and his love of his home in Alabama.
These two met in Las Vegas and were so excited to bring all of their family and friends to beautiful wine country for their wedding.
After their wedding ceremony outside surrounded by gorgeous flowers from Lavender Floral in front of a vineyard, guests were treated to drinks and snacks on the main lawn before sitting down to dinner under the twinkling lights and ivy of the veranda.
Bobby's Aunt is a well known chef and she combined their Southern and Russian backgrounds for an eclectic dinner celebration including fried chicken and biscuits for Bobby and chicken kiev for Sasha.
Steal Worthy Idea
Bobby and Sasha infused their own vodka for the traditional Russian wedding vodka shots which they shared with all of their family and friends. Interested in doing the same? Check out the following steps:
How to Infuse Your Own Vodka!
Pick a middle shelf vodka, not the best or the worst. Choose a flavor, for flavor examples and suggested ingredient amounts click here.
Wash & Cut:
Thoroughly wash any fresh fruit or vegetables you might choose to use. Slice finely and place into airtight glass container Infusion Process:
Pour in 1 liter of vodka, secure lid and place in a safe place away from direct sunlight. Shake once a day and wait for 2 to 5 days. For more exact infusion times click here.
Bottle it up:
Using a strainer and funnel strain your newly infused vodka into the original bottle or smaller gift bottles. Invite friends and family over to try your tasty creation, and enjoy!
To get a closer look at this moving multiculture wedding check out the wedding film Mckenzie Miller Films created below!