Kathy and Gregg’s Mossy Green Wedding

Kathy and Gregg saw a funky pattern on their photographer’s shootsac and instantly fell in love with the playful green, black and white color scheme. This became the inspiration for the wedding. We wanted to use those very modern colors in a more natural, rustic way to complement their venue, The French Estate- a beautiful old house surrounded by trees in Orange, my hometown.

Here’s a little peak at their fresh and modern wedding captured by the insanely talented Gabriel Ryan. It was so great to finally meet Gabriel and Carlie- I’ve been a long time admirer of their work, and they couldn’t have been more chill, sweet, and gracious that day. Check out their blog for the full post!

Thank you to Kerrie Underhill for being so fabulous throughout the planning and execution of Kathy and Gregg’s wedding. Kerrie is so sharp! Not a detail is overlooked when Kerrie is in charge, and I love that!


The bride carried hydrangea, ranunculus, peonies, orchids, black dahlias, and more. the bridesmaids carried nosegays of chartreuse spider mums. Classic!

Her delicate dress and funky shoes were to die for!

Her delicate dress and funky shoes were to die for!

Too cute!

Too cute!

Haha!  This picture is awesome in so many ways.

Haha! This picture is awesome in so many ways.

Moss covered initials greeted guests.

Moss covered initials greeted guests.

There's those black dahlias I keep talking about!

There's those black dahlias I keep talking about!

I can’t wait to share more details from this charming and intimate wedding!


9 Responses to “Kathy and Gregg’s Mossy Green Wedding”

  1. Kadidja Says:

    So beautiful! I’m in love with her bouquet, especially the black dahlias!

  2. My Sweet & Saucy Says:

    I saw this on Gabriel’s blog and fell in love with the flowers…the letters are AMAZING!!! You are sooo talented!

  3. Katherine Says:

    Hi, Kristine,

    So beautiful , your blog~~ I love this one, green bridal shoes and green plants… They are all in green color. Confortable color ~


  4. Let’s Catch-up! « The Treasured Petal Blog Says:

    […] the peephole and saw a woman carrying 12 luscious cupcakes from Divine Desserts. For me? Thank you Kathy and Gregg! I had the moistest, creamiest chocolate cupcake with buttercream frosting for breakfast (I forced […]

  5. hollie Says:

    oh man, those shoes are killer!!! i would love to know where she found them! my wedding is in 3 months and i still dont have shoes. my bridesmaids dresses are a darker fern (moss) green, but we are accenting with that limecolor and i would love to wear shoes like that under my dress! anyhelp would be great!!! thanks
    hollie in tennessee

    • thetreasuredpetal Says:

      Kathy told me her shoes came from Nordstrom’s Brass Plum section. They are adorable, aren’t hey?

      • hollie Says:

        ok, thank u for letting me know where they came from. but i have been searching HARDCORE for them. i have searched and googled till i’m blue in the face! i can’t find them on Nordstrom’s site or anywhere else. i would love to know if she got them this year or not! im just in love with them!!! and i am running out of time!

  6. heather Says:

    i just bought those shoes at nordstroms on sale this weekend. i didn’t see them anywhere on line either but i would try calling them and see if they can’t track them down for you! good luck!

  7. WEDDING NOUVEAU « Wedding Inspiration Board | Chateau Chinois – A French & Asian Palette « Decor Ideas « Says:

    […] Chartreuse Dress via Paris Parfait; Bride via HelloZiyi; Initials and Shoes by Gabriel Ryan via The Treasured Petal; Bird Ornaments via SugarLove Weddings; Stationery via Tiny Prints; Champagne Platter via […]

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