This foggy hilltop winery wedding in Paso Robles, California was beautiful. You may have heard of Opolo Winery before. They are one of the Central Coast’s most well known wine makers. They are primarily a vineyard and winery, but they also host events and weddings occasionally as well.
Opolo is hands-down one of my favorite venues in San Luis Obispo County. The hilltop views for the ceremony and sunset photos are hard to beat. This wedding had both the ceremony and the reception on the hill. Opolo has the option of doing a reception on the hilltop (usually with a tent), or they also have a elegant barrel room you can use.
This wedding started with getting ready at the SLO Brew Lofts. These lofts are in the heart of downtown SLO and have so much personality. They make for the perfect getting ready space before a wedding. The bride and her bridesmaids got ready in one of the lofts and the Groom and his people in another.
These two wanted to have a drink at their favorite bar downtown before the wedding, so we coordinated a first look at the lofts after they got ready. Once they had a sweet few moments just the two of them, the whole gang filed onto the streets of SLO and went to Bulls Tavern. They were able to have a celebratory shot all together and then they headed for the winery.
Kay Mclain from Country florist and gift did the florals. Jennifer Hix from Queens Bees did hair and makeup. Catering was provided by Opolo, cookies by cookie connection. All About Events and Opolo provided the rentals and DJ Bob kept the dance floor going all night.
While the weather was foggy for most of the day, that didn’t damper any spirits. This group were ready to celebrate and the Hilltop looks beautiful in basically any weather.
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Here are a few more weddings that I’ve photographed at Opolo if you want to see more of what this gorgeous venue has to offer:
Sam and Tyler – Opolo Vineyard (this wedding was during some ca wildfires, which gave the sunset an extra orange glow)