There´s a lot to love about this real wedding, especially the individual touches, some of which took a year in the making (more on that later)! First let´s start with the venue, the adorable couple wanted the venue and aesthetic to be unassuming and laid-back: Triple S Ranch matched that atmosphere perfectly. The beautiful photography was captured by onelove photography.
We love the breezy sheath wedding dress the bride wore by Sarah Seven, she paired it beautifully with jewelry from Mociun and shoes by Emanuela Passeri. The whole look has just the right touch of bohemian chic and matched the wedding aesthetic. The bridesmaids wore dresses from ASOS and BHLDN. The groom looked dapper in a suit from Indochino.
From the bride: For the procession, my brother learned to play one of my favorite songs on the ukulele while his partner sang. They ended up walking behind behind my parents and I as we made our way down the aisle; it was really touching and special to have my family around me as I walked towards Matt.
Not only did the bride´s brother get involved, so did her mother, who spend over a year individually sourcing unique pieces of vintage china and champagne flutes for the wedding, so that every place setting was different. The champagne flutes also served as escort cards and gifts for the guests to take home. She also sourced the votives and vases used through out the venue. How amazing and truly unique is that?
The lovely floral design was created by Ampersand. We especially love the long table runners.
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The couple wanted to place a lot of emphasis on sourcing a high quality food vendor and decided to go with one of their favorite restaurants Nopalito, pairing the food with local beer and wine, chosen by Matt. The adorable three cakes were made by Moustache Baked Goods.
The bride had some very good advice for future couples: the extra money spent on a highly-recommended DJ company, Dart DJ, was one of the best investments they made. Take note!
Photography: onelove photography // Coordination: Ali Blasing // Floral Design: Ampersand // Wedding Dress: Sarah Seven // Cake: Moustache Baked Goods // Stationery: Minted // Bride’s Shoes: EMANUELA PASSERI // Jewelry: Mociun // Bridesmaids’ Dresses: ASOS // Bridesmaids’ Dresses: BHLDN // Catering: Nopalito // Hair + Makeup: // DJ: Dart DJ // Groom’s Attire: Indochino // Venue: Triple S Ranch // Reception Dress: Free People // Sash: Untamed Petals By Amanda Judge