“DINNER WAS FAMILY-STYLE. WE WANTED IT TO FEEL LIKE A MEAL AT HOME—COMFORTABLE AND INVITING, WHERE GUESTS PASSED PLATES TO ONE ANOTHER.” —Olu
An aisle of red rose petals led to the ceremony marker: a 300-year-old oak tree that was “a symbol of strength,” says Hana.
At the vineyard reception, the couple shared their first dance to “Latch,” by Disclosure featuring Sam Smith, while friends and family members looked on.
The letterpressed suite had a custom monogram that was also used for wax seals.
Huge red peonies dominated the arrangements on long tables, and each place setting featured porcelain dishes, sourced by Hana, that contained marinated local olives.
Arrangements in a mix of wooden and brass vessels held colorful farmers’ market produce, along with blooms like peonies, burgundy violets, and cotinus.
Favors included bottles of local olive oil, wrapped with the couple’s seal.