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When you combine deep purple, emerald greens, & shades of passionate blue with pops of turquoise, there is only one inspiration for that combo that comes to mind, the regal peacock!  Courtney Cook & Chris Stanton, most certainly used the peacock as their spirit animal while planning their Reno, Nevada wedding.  Setting a stage in the almost enchanted like world of the Patty Sheehan Hole at the Montreux Country Club, a baroque take on all things peacock was created.  Gorgeous & lush florals in deep cranberry, fuchsia & light violet-blue filled the room in tall centerpieces as well as the ladies bouquet.  Rows of greenery lined the aisle for the nuptials as petals guided the bridal party down to the say ‘I Do’.  Wonderfully sweet, and a show stealer in her own right, the flower girl donned the most adorable full tulle dress in wonderfully fun layers of deep turquoise, purple and light green!  After the ceremony the couple was able to sneak away into a special area of the property where copious amounts of summer wildflowers were heavy in bloom making for some ultra gorgeous photographs and my personal favorites!  I love a great peacock wedding, elevate it and throw in a dash of baroque and I am sold!

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Venue: Montreux Country Club | Officiant: Reverend Mark Frady | Photographer: Eric Asistin Photography