Here is a review of the gorgeous fall wedding Andrew and Sarah had up at Holman Ranch. I loved that they drove a vintage bus up from down south just to get the booth bus look since the local ones were all booked up for their wedding date. They have the cutest post on IG of them driving down the California coast post wedding off to their honeymoon in that vintage beauty.
The gorgeous Andrew and Sarah were featured over at Style Me Pretty. So stoked on this A list vendor team. Always a fun day when you get to work with your favorite people to make magic happen for someone’s special day. So grateful for this job and awesome clients like these two!
The 1920’s Hacienda courtyard up at Santa Lucia Preserve makes the perfect wedding backdrop with it’s old world feel and views of the Carmel Hills. Christine Cater used caramels, creams and chestnut to style all our vignettes with warm earth tones of early fall. She painted the ivy walls and iron gate in garden roses and anchored the ceremony site with terra-cotta pots filled with silver dollar. Haute Bridal gowns set the stage for our three looks. One being a Haley Paige gown. We took the designers cue, who wore three gowns on her wedding day and rocked three different looks. We started with an etherial gown for the ceremony by Pronovia. A regal open back beaded Hayley Paige gown for the reception. And a chiffon gown by Amsale that caught wind, wild horses and panoramic views at sunset. For a bride who wants to feel a world away, this is the perfect venue. You will be surrounded by 20,000 acres of open space full of wildlife, yet enjoy the intimate old world feel of the Hacienda’s courtyard with friends and family by the fireplace. A true California dream wedding.