As you may be aware, we (Eric & Lori) were married on August 16th, 2008 at the Rios-Lovell Estate Winery in Livermore, California. We had a wonderful time and we thank each of you for being in our memories of that day.
Since many of you were snapping away throughout the festivities on August 16th, we excited to discover your amazing photography talent!
We invite you to upload your photos & videos on a photo sharing website where all of our family and friends can admire the visual evidence that we got married. The more photos and videos the merrier!
Visit our website to find out how:
View the photos: www.flickr.com/ericandlori2008
Her work was beautiful! I had very little clue on flowers, came to our only meeting armed with some photos and a desire to use orchids. She made my visions complete, better than what I had in mind! She was great to work with and very reasonable in pricing compared to other vendors in the area. She is also very familiar with Rios-Lovell and working with Michelle, their so-called wedding coordinator. I recommend Kathy.
Kim was also a pleasure to work with, our 1st and only choice we entertained for catering. Her food was AMAZING. I was disappointed that I didn't get to eat more of it at the reception. She worked with my crazy schedule, put up with the crazy people, including me - and even made sure that our guest who was allergic to garlic, got a special sauce made so they didn't feel left out. She is a cool person, the best recommendation I can give is that Kim is someone we would want to know in our 'real life'. We heard nothing but raves about the food from our guests and family. I still wish I got to eat the ravioli.
Annette was amazing at working with the crazy confused bride that I was! She was very pleasant and easy to reach and talk to - We spent as much time talking about life as we did arranging the rooms for our party. She also helped out when there were several room snafus - helped us find our rooms and keys more than once - and found a place for our leftover cake late Saturday night, she was up at midnight to help us check it. The Doubletree is also going through a renovation - the inside of the rooms are done and and the bedding and linens make you never want to get out of bed, they had many cookies for our guests and helped us a lot during our planning. We recommend the Doubletree - it is close to the wineries and easy to get to by freeway and streets.
I personally didn't stay here but most of the groom's family did and they said it was nice. They also had someone willing to babysit my parents-in-laws yorkies during the event. I didn't see the rooms, but I do know that they had kitchens and were set up like little apartments.
Fun Place! They even had a 'doggie plate' for me to take home since we didn't get a chance to eat a whole lot. Everyone seemed to have a good time!
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