Dana Powers House Wedding | San Luis Obispo Wedding Designer | Christina & Brian

Photo courtesy of Chris Schmitt Photography

Chandeliers and draping combined to transform the Dana Powers barn into a rustic country setting for the wedding of Christina and Brian. The florals used a mixture of peach and blush blooms, along with dried greenery to create stand-out vignettes throughout the venue.

The bride and groom included their children in multiple aspects of the wedding. Christina’s son walked her down the aisle and gave a heartfelt speech for a toast to the couple. Brian’s son also walked down the aisle with his wife and gave a speech, as well as played the guitar and sang a rendition of “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” later in the night. After the ceremony, the adults enjoyed cocktails and appetizers while the kids got to jump around in a bounce house. The day concluded with a choreographed dance from the couple and individually wrapped cookies for all of the guests!

Special Thanks to These Amazing Vendors:
Photography: Chris Schmitt Photography
Videography: Wirth Photography
Rentals: Got You Cover’d
Floral Design: Lori Boe Floral Design
Floral Preservation: Pressed Petal Co.
Bar & Beverage/Catering: Flora + Fauna Fine Food
Dessert: Haute Sugar Co. + The Cakery
DJ: Peter Ruiz
Photo Booth: Pix & Flix Photo Booth
Specialty Rentals: Bounce and Boujee + Embellish Vintage Rentals
Beauty: Bellizzimo Beauty
Signage: ASAP Reprographics
Transportation: SLO Safe Ride + SLO Party Bus
Accommodations: La Quinta + Inn at the Pier
Venue: Dana Powers House
Wedding Planning, Design, and Management: Amanda Holder Events

Love Letter: “Thank you for making our wedding so magical. I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day. Everyone felt the love and had such a great time! Please send big hugs to the whole team from us!” – Christina, Bride.


Amanda Holder Events is a team of 7 designers, planners and coordinators, based in San Luis Obispo, California. Her team offers full service wedding design, planning and coordination.

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