This past weekend marks the 6th wedding at the Flying Caballos Ranch that I've had the pleasure of planning and coordianting! To me (and many others), it's by far one of the most beautiful and unique properties on the Central Coast. I feel so lucky that I get to keep going back to the same place that I got married to help other couple's with their BIG day!
Brittany was very involved in the wedding planning process and was probably the most DIY bride that I've had the pleasure of working with. She had a very particular wedding vision and her attention to detail was incredible in every aspect of their wedding.
As guests arrived to the ranch, they picked up their program that doubled as a fan and featured a word search on the backside. Guests wrote best wishes to the couple on pieces of fabric that Brittany plans on turning into a quilt. Brittany and Robert said "I Do" under an altar built by her dad that featured hanging floral beer bottles. Before the Rib Line served a delicious BBQ-style meal, guests found their mason jar glass that led them to their table assignment. The reception tables featured burlap and lace wrapped beer bottles, vintage book pages wrapped in twine, owl figurines, eclectic mismatched china, and vintage silverware. For dessert, Two Little Birds Bakery provided four different wedding cakes and Brittany made s'mores favors for her guests to enjoy around the bon fire.
Jonathan Roberts of Bluephoto Wedding Photography was there once again to capture all the details during this beautiful day. Congratulations to Brittany and Robert, we wish you all the best...and thank you for allowing us to help make your beautiful wedding vision come to life!