We love us a good ranch wedding. They’re rustic and cozy, with a kind of down-to-earth goodness you just can’t find in a ballroom or on a beach (or almost anywhere else for that matter). Laurel + Frank’s wedding totally has that homegrown feel doesn’t it? From the warm, auburn florals to the mismatched bud vases on every table. Oh, and did we mention that their venue, The Ranch at Bandy Canyon, offered cabins where the wedding party all stayed the night? Fun! We’re sure glad Joielala was there to capture it all on camera…
That ceremony backdrop… stunning.
Laurel’s bouquet recipe: red peonies, burgundy scabiosa, protea, pink and light yellow garden roses, cafe au lait dahlias, chocolate cosmos, and eucalyptus.
We can always count on Nicole Miller for a sleek and sophisticated gown.
Once again, it’s aaalll about the details. This vintage glassware is the perfect finishing touch.
From the bride… We wanted everyone to feel that they were a part of our day. So at the end of our first dance, we had the DJ ask all our guests to the dance floor so we could all celebrate together. Our bridal party and families mean the world to us, but we wanted each one of our guests to feel special.
What a sweet + thoughtful sentiment! Congrats you two!
Photographer: Joielala / Videographer: Rafael Pires / Coordination & Event Design: Lace and Likes / Venue & Catering: The Ranch at Bandy Canyon / Makeup: Shelby McElroy / Florist: Plenty of Petals / Music: Michael Tiernan / Rentals: The Hostess Haven / Officiant: Werner Ramirez / Brides Dress: Nicole Miller / Hair piece: Smock Studio by Elisa York / Groom’s Jacket: Banana Republic / Bowtie: Brooks Brothers / Wedding Ring: Hersteller