This Rubicon Bay on Lake Tahoe‘s west shore is one of the most beautiful areas on the lake. The golden sandy beaches and tropical water meets pine trees and meadows making it a perfect place to have a wedding isolated from the rest of the world.
One Fine Day Events helped the couple incorporate a Tuscan theme into the entire wedding. Similar to a Lake Como backdrop, the ceremony was set on the lake, cocktails amongst the old growth pine trees, and dinner on the lawn under a romantic canopy of lights. Later the beach was transformed into a wonderful sunset reception with dancing and live music. A perfect end to a wonderful day!
Venue: Private Venue – Rubicon Estate, Lake Tahoe | Event Planning and Design: One Fine Day Events | Rentals: Blueprint Rentals & Celebrations Party Rentals
Linens: La Tavola | Florist: Stems by Diana | Ceremony Music: String Beings | Reception Music: Suite Love Express
Catering Company: D’lish Catering | Cake Chef: D’lish Catering | Videographer: Reel Eyes Media, Darren Baca | Hair: Color By Kroi
Wedding Dress: Carolina Herrara, Marina Morrison, San Francisco | Bridesmaids Dresses: J.Crew | Groomsmen Attire: JoS A. Bank | bow ties and suspenders: Me and Matilda
Makeup: Jen with Kiss and Makeup | Invitations: A Day in May | Save the Dates: Wedding Paper Divas | Video: http://vimeo.com/49534298
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