Wedding at Patrick Ranch Museum

What happens when it rains on your wedding day?  You prepare for it, embrace it, and outfit your bridal party with cute clear umbrellas!

This wedding ceremony took place in front of the Patrick Ranch Museum farm house that dates back to 1877.  The venue was built in 1938 for the owner’s wife to celebrate their long marriage and is surrounded by massive redwoods, giant oak trees, and even has a fountain! So, even though it may rain on your wedding day, having a lucky fountain nearby will undoubtedly bring you a touch of good luck.

Bride’s Comments: “I would say that our wedding was very classic and traditional, but rustic and somewhat romantic at the same time. The Patrick Ranch Museum was a beautiful background with it’s historic charm and natural surroundings for our Spring wedding.

“The greatest impact came from the amazing neutral toned florals and the branch and lantern light installation. Although the rain could have spoiled the day, it really added to the overall look and feel. Wearing a faux fur stole and using umbrellas made it very personal and the day all our own.”

Vintage style wedding invitations, sash belt and Badgley mischka peep toes Corded edge wedding veil laying over chair with bouquetstrapless wedding dress hanging from blue monogrammed hanger
 bride sitting on red brick stairs wearing hair half up, strapless dress and chunky necklacebride wearing badgley mischka peep toe shoesWedding bands with round diamond engagement ring Bride with bridesmaids standing in a line holding clear umbrellas at PATRICK RANCH MUSEUM

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Bride standing with bridesmaids wearing taupe dresses at PATRICK RANCH MUSEUMGroom with groomsmen wearing grey vests and plaid neck ties bride standing on trail in field holding up dress and wearing a chapel length veil bride and groom standing on trail in field kissing while holding a white geronimo balloonbeautiful loose white, pink, purple bridal bouquet Bride and groom embracing on trail in field while brides chapel length veil blows in the windBride and groom in front of Patrick Ranch Museum each holding bubble umbrella
 groom holding clear plastic umbrellabride and groom kissing under clear plastic bubble umbrella
intimate outdoor wedding ceremony at PATRICK RANCH MUSEUMwedding ceremony floral arrangement on red brick stairs at PATRICK RANCH MUSEUM

Editor Comments:

“I get so many frantic emails about these beautiful beaded bridesmaids gowns from readers, wondering where they can get their hands on them.  After a lot of searching, I finally have the answer! These stunning gowns are from the designer Adrianna Papell, and go by the name Beaded Mesh Blouson from Nordstrom.

Unfortunately, seasons change and so do designers’ tastes — this gown is no longer available. Definitely check out other gowns that Adrianna Papell has in this season. There are still lots of beautiful beaded dresses to be found. Hope this helps!

Outdoor Wedding ceremony on red brick stairs at PATRICK RANCH MUSEUM.bridesmaids wearing taupe dresses with beads holding loose floral bouquets
wooden chalkboard welcome wedding sign with loose floral arrangementrustic escort cards hanging from shutters for wedding reception
long row tables for wedding reception at PATRICK RANCH MUSEUM with white lanternsSilver table number at rustic wedding reception with mercury glass vases and candle holders
Rustic wedding reception with loose floral arrangement in a mercury vase and bird seed favors
heart shaped bird seed wedding favormercury vase with pink roses and wooden twigs
Rustic Wedding reception buffet table with loose floral arrangement and chalkboard signfour tier white wedding cake on square cake stand with two metal love bird figureswooden slab for wedding guest booklanterns hanging from the ceiling with white lights and twigs
bride and groom kissing outside with a sparkler

Vendor Information

Photographer: Sarah Tamagni Photography
Event Designer: Chico Event Specialists
Floral Designer: Flor Decor
Museum: Patrick Ranch Museum


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  1. Hi there, I am on a desperate mission to find out where these bridesmaids dresses came from. Is there any way I can find out? Thanks 🙂

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