Monday, June 18, 2012

MacDonald Wedding

Erin & Bradley contacted me shortly after they found my wedding featured online and decided that the Flying Caballos Ranch was the perfect spot to celebrate their love and marriage. I worked with the couple for almost a year in planning and designing their intimate romantic wedding set for June 16, 2012. Working with Erin & Bradley was like a dream come true for any wedding planner. Together, they both had so many great ideas of how they envisioned their wedding day, but at the same time were open to all my ideas and expertise in planning weddings at the ranch. This was actually the first time that I had more contact with the groom than the bride through the planning process. It was so nice to see a groom take interest in planning the wedding vs. just saying "whatever she wants."

Majority of Erin & Bradley's family and guests are from Boston and the New York area and had never attended a wedding like this before. Erin informed me that most east coast weddings they had been to were very formal and generally took place at a country club, hotel, or banquet room. I had so many guests come up to me to tell me what an amazing and creative wedding this was and that they had never experienced anything like it. They were blown away by the intimate spiral ceremony set-up as the bride and groom read each other their own vows, the train cruising along behind the ranch, the amount of birds flying around the property, the local jams rocked by Dan Curcio, and the bonfire where they roasted marshmallows to make s'mores.

My go-to photographer, Jonathan Roberts of Bluephoto Photography did a phenomenal job on Erin & Bradley's wedding photos and video and captured the emotion of the day perfectly! Nikki from Flowers by FluidBloom designed the gorgeous blooms for the wedding ceremony and reception. Guests dined family-style on a delicious meal of local cod and top sirloin prepared by Trumpet Vine Catering. Rentals for this wedding were provided by All About Tabletops, Party Partners Rentals, and Rhone Rentals.

Thank you Erin & Bradley for letting Matt and me be a part of your wedding weekend. We had such a good time working with the two of you and meeting all your friends and family. We wish you all the best as you continue your lives as husband and wife!


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