Beaulieu Garden is such an incredible place for a celebration – it’s no wonder Kelly and Martin flew all the way across the country to have their wedding there. And photographer Kate Webber captured the day beautifully! Says the bride:

We didn’t want anything too formal for our wedding, just casual fun. My husband and I have completely different styles so trying to mesh them together was quite a challenge. He’s a very modern, contemporary man and I’m very a romantic, vintage-loving woman. We ended up having accents of each throughout the wedding. From our custom napkins to silverware, we took turns in choosing from one of our styles and somehow it worked. It was a mesh of both our styles and we loved it!

How fun are those shamrocks on Kelly and Martin’s invites? By Cheree Berry of course.


At the ceremony, a trio from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music included a flute, violin and cello.


There were fun travel details throughout the wedding as a nod to all of the guests (and the bride and groom!) who traveled far distances to attend: postcards, luggage tags, and a suitcase for notes instead of a guest book.


Guests enjoyed comfort foods with a Paula LeDuc spin: mini Cuban sandwiches, lobster rolls, crispy prosciutto cups, deviled eggs, vegetable empanadas – all of Kelly and Marty’s favorites.


Photo booths are always so much fun for guests of all ages!


Kelly loves purple, and the groom is Irish so green was the obvious pick for an accent color. Perfect Endings even made purple flowers from sugar for the wedding cake.



Photography: Kate Webber

Venue: Beaulieu Garden in St. Helena, California

Planner: Stacy McCain Event Planning

Bride’s dress: Marchesa

Bride’s shoes / clutch: Jimmy Choo / Judith Leiber

Groom’s suit: Hugo Boss

Stationery: Cheree Berry Paper

Floral design: Cherries Flowers

Ceremony trio: San Francisco Conservatory of Music, contact Daniel Sharp (856)-341-0619

Catering: Paula LeDuc Fine Catering

Photo booth: Magnolia Photo Booth

Cake: Perfect Endings


Thank you to Kate Webber for sending over these beautiful photos, and to Kelly, Martin and planner Stacy McCain for sharing these fun details.



Magnolia Photo Booth is a sponsor of Snippet & Ink.

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  1. ArticulateArt

    Quite sweet! Love the details on the dress!

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  2. hk

    such a pretty setting! her bracelet is amazing!

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  3. Emma – Aphroditeswb

    This wedding looks so stylish – and I absolutely love the photography, has captured it very well. Particularly love the last photo x

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  4. Amy

    Where are the cute match stick containers from?

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  5. Jenny ~ Something Old, Something New

    What a pretty wedding! I love all of the personal details.

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  6. Kate Webber

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful wedding, Kathryn!

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  7. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza)

    That purple palette accented with green is really lovely against the luxurious wine country backdrop!

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  8. jacin {lovely little details}

    so so so pretty

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  9. Kamie

    Just gorgeous- I love the pictures in the trees!!

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  10. Emily – The Collection Event Studio

    We are loving this wedding by Kate!!!! So excited to see it on your lovely blog!

    xx
    The Collection ladies

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  11. WedinStyle Wedding Planner in Vietnam

    So so cute! Love the sewing (first picture), it’s so sweet. the photos are also gorgeous!

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  12. Lauren H.

    Stunning details!

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  13. lydia {ever ours}

    love their old school styled photobooth!

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  14. Shal

    I would love to know where they got their initial-letters from (in the photo with the suitcase)! Thanks :)

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  15. Char

    Where is the red and turquoise dress from!!?? I love it!

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  16. elizabeth

    also want to know where the red and turquoise dress is from! lovely wedding!

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  17. Melissa

    Where is that gorgeous bracelet from? It’s so simple and pretty.

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