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A Rustic Wedding in Napa, CA

  • Angie Silvy Photography, San Francisco
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Hinako & Reflection in Napa, CA
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Hinako carried a bouquet of delicate baby’s breath wrapped with champagne ribbon.
Julie Stevens Design, San Francisco
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Reflection’s mom harvests tomatoes in her garden, and the couple loves them, so the fruit was turned into one of the day’s themes and displayed around the escort cards. Handwriting the guests’ names and table numbers was a simple and pretty touch.
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The couple incorporated the tomato theme into the menu with tomato juice and a tomato cocktail with vodka.
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So not to compete with the Napa scenery, the couple worked with a natural color palette of ivory, champagne, and brown. They stuck to all-white linens for a fresh, clean look.
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Rather than using many different flowers, Hinako and Reflection opted for centerpieces of all-white hydrangeas in square vases with brown ribbon.
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Keeping with the tomato theme, Hinako made tomato-scented candles for guests. They were packaged in white boxes wrapped with brown ribbon to match the color palette.

Hinako & Reflection in Napa, CA

Hinako was at The Sunburnt Cow in New York City to watch her friend deejay when that friend introduced her to Reflection. They talked briefly, then ended up at the same bar later that night, but nothing came of it. A couple of months later, Hinako went to see her friend deejay at the same place, surprised to realize Reflection had changed restaurants and worked there. After the kitchen closed, he bought Hinako a drink and the two started casually dating after that. When Reflection asked Hinako to be his girlfriend, it felt very high school, but she thought it was cute and said yes. The Bride Hinako Sugioka, 41, a marketing consultant The Groom Reflection Israel, 28, a chef The Date August 30 After about four years together, Reflection popped the question while the two were out at their favorite local bar. They didn’t want a long engagement, so they tied the knot at City Hall three months later and planned a reception to take place five months after that in Napa, an easy spot for their guests who’d be coming from Seattle and Japan.
- Jaimie Dalessio
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  • Angie Silvy Photography, San Francisco
  • Julie Stevens Design, San Francisco
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