We are going to start our week off on the right foot with this pretty number sent to us by Wildflowers Photography. If the photographer’s name is any indication, the wild bouquets are in abundance as well as a healthy dose of laid-back California cool. So sit back, take a few sips of that coffee and lets dive right into this rustic beauty. Oh and Happy Monday! See more California cool in the gallery.
The vision for our wedding was “Vintage Rustic Chic”. Infusing vintage touches to a rustic atmosphere at the Walnut Grove Tierra Rejada Ranch in Moorpark, CA. Both Mark and I love old things and wanted to incooperate our love for vintage into our wedding and so it evolved! It started by looking around the house to find old suitcases quilts, and vintage pieces. We thought the older, the more rustic, the better! And since it was completely outdoors we wanted to bring hints of the “Indoors” out. Providing pillows and quilts to lay across haybails for people to sit on and windows to make it look like you were indoors. For our flowers we wanted it to look as if we had just picked them from wildflower fields and put them in our grandmas jam jar. With a combination of mustard yellow, pops of red, blue, and hints of green the tables were adorned.. And so through a collection of mismatched napkins, mason Jars, birdcages, lanterns, old vintage luggage, windows, chalkboards, vintage cake plates, dressers & nightstands, and some DIY projects our vintage wedding came to life!
Florist and Decor Coordinator : Jayne Hallaian of Bits of Whimsy / Venue: Walnut Grove Tierra Rajada Ranch, Moorpark, CA / Coordinator for the Wedding day: Michele Spring of Mia Bella Weddings & Events / Caterer: Joe Thies of Command Performance Catering / Photographer: Joy Harmon Prouty of Wildflowers Photography / Desserts: Hayley Pastusak from Sweet & Saucy Shop