This Napa Valley wedding was a floral explosion with an emphasis on wild garden roses in a muted, yet playful palette of honey hues, soft pinks and creams with beeswax undertones. Over the course of a year, we collected antique golden toile candelabras and had custom beeswax candle sticks made for them. Each guest received a flower with a calligraphied note pointing them to their tables. For place cards, we used laser etched chunks of slate atop the menus to weigh them down from the wind. Custom grey linen runners with pops of color from the florals brought it all together into an evening of understated but classic Napa Valley elegance. Photos by Meg Smith.