When Yuliya, Aron and I met we had chatted endlessly about our shared love for Italy and Naples and I was even more enamored on their wedding day to see how truly they brought Italy straight to California. Campovida was the perfect home with their Italian Cypress and groves of olive trees. Bottles of olive oil brought back from Rome adorning every table, endless vines of grapes intertwining the ceremony above our heads, and Aron affectionately comparing Yuliya to mozzarella di buffala, this entire day felt like we had stepped right into Tuscany.
The duo spend their days chasing extraordinary food and coffee, and their wedding was nothing short of that. I truly do appreciate when a couple can interlace so many aspects of who they are individually and collectively throughout their wedding. What they love and what they love doing together. The alpacas comes from a sentimental place, as well as the entire Italian feel of the day. Every detail intentional and portrayed.
Yuliya, the incredible designer that she is had created all the menus, and signage you see throughout the day. Dooley Creek Ranch is where the couple had their Jewish Ceremony that I had the pleasure to photograph a few days prior and also where Yuliya got ready for their wedding day. This wedding truly took a village and feel free to peruse those incredible creatives below.
YA! Stands for Yuliya! and Aron! YA YA!
Photography // Nataly Zigdon Weddings
Venue // Campovida
Coordinators // The Gingers
Florist // Scarlett and Grace
Catering // Potliquor SF
Bar // Craft Bar SF
Rentals // Encore Event Rentals
Hair & Make Up // Michelle
Alpacas // Menagerie Hill Ranch
Coffee // Hedge Coffee
Videographer // Arianna & Joshua