After meeting online, Neil took Stacey on their first date to a wine bar, where they ended up talking for hours. By their third date, they both knew that what they had could turn into something special, and before long they realized that they loved each other on a trip to New York City for Stacey's birthday.Ultimately, Neil and Stacey chose a Napa Valley wedding that truly represented their love story. The full gallery at the bottom of this page is a must-see of this incredibly day, but make sure to keep scrolling to see all of the photography of their day at The Estate Yountville by Anastasiia Photography , featuring flowers by Amanda Vidmar Design , planning by Curated by Grace + White , and cake by Bouchon Bakery .
"Go with what YOU love, not what’s 'in.' This is your day. Who cares what colors are in season or what’s traditional or modern (unless, of course, you do!). Besides, what is trending now, won’t be in 10 years when these memories really matter to you.Keep repeating, “who cares,” to yourself as you plan the day YOU both want. If you do make your day an expression of each other, your taste, and what you love, your day will be even more special than you can anticipate. So what would your day look like if only YOU could see it?"
This couple's Napa Valley wedding was every wine lover's dream. After a romantic ceremony under the gazebo, guests moved to the open-air tented reception for dinner. The space was made intimate and cozy with the help of flowing white drapes and hanging chandeliers. They had a custom orange cake (Neil's favorite) made from Bouchon Bakery , which was an all-around hit.
After dinner, the vintage barrel room was transformed into a moody lounge and dance space courtesy of Piedmont Piano Co . and AMS Entertainment . The couple curated the playlist for the whole night, perfectly matching the soundtrack to their style.