Happy Monday! Hope everyone who went through spring forward time change, this weekend, isn’t too sleepy. Only one day to catch up is not good enough! Since spring is just around the corner and its a fairly decent day here in the Northwest, I thought I would show off this summery offbeat wedding that encapsulates all things rustic. Captured by the talented White Haute Photography, Brett and Patrick’s wedding had lots of unique eye catching décor for guest to admire. The reception venue site was first recorded in 1769, incredible! I just love the sitting area they put together using the vintage furniture and the laid back feel of their wedding.
*Edit: We’re adding in the vendor info (from the bride) to help those of you who were as inspired by this wedding as we were!*
- one retro set for $100
- pink stool $80
- large Victorian style couch $250
- blue velvet chair $50
I bought 146 various floral plates throughout the year so every guest had a unique plate but I am not sure what they all ended up costing in the end , I sold them for a mere $80 but my husband was desperate to get them out of the garage. Vintage jars with rustic address numbers on them for table assignments. Rented glassware from Night and Day Productions. Gold plastic silverware for about $30, it was difficult to find authentic gold cutlery to rent for under $600.
Photographer: White Haute Photography
Dress Designer: Claire Pettibone
Fashion Designer: Everlane
Jewelry: Free People
Event Planner: Le Festin Events
Reception Venue: Santa Margarita Ranch
Bakery: SLO Baked
Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas