When we looked at today’s Camarillo Ranch wedding we smiled; it is such a cheerful looking affair with bright pops of green color!
Adam from Embrace Life Photography did a fabulous job capturing Cassie and Jeff’s special day.
Camarillo Ranch Wedding Photos
Cassie was able to find a pair of green satin shoes that matched perfectly with her color scheme.
This rack of spools is a really cute idea and super easy to make. It makes for a great wall hanging in a home!
Love the groomsmen in their Converse shoes.
This tree makes for an incredible backdrop!
The ceremony and reception were held at the Camarillo Ranch House; a 19th century Queen Anne Victorian house in Camarillo, CA.
Wedding Venue Spotlight: Camarillo Ranch
Originally created as part of an 1837 Mexican land grant that included over 10,000 acres, Camarillo Ranch was purchased by Juan Camarillo in 1875. His son built the Queen Anne Victorian home in 1892 along with the barn and stables at a later date. Today the Queen Anne Victorian style Camarillo Ranch operates as a House Museum, and hosts over 150 private and public events throughout the year.
The 4.5 acre venue consists of multiple areas: a spacious red barn that is ideal for a rustic wedding; a wedding gazebo garden; a themed butterfly garden; a formal Victorian garden; and a garden with large mission-style fountain and rose covered arch.
Capacity: The expansive main Front Lawn with its canopy of historic trees can accommodate up to 600 guests. The East and West Garden areas offer more intimate event venues for 50-250 guests.
Pricing: Packages range from $5000 up depending on day of week (as of November, 2014). Check the Camarillo Ranch wedding website for more details.