Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse Wedding

Amelia+Ryan have been together for 10 years! When they decided to finally tie the knot, they had a lot going on to say the least. Between Amelia currently studying to become a doctor and Ryan busy with his career they hardly had time to plan a big production. They decided that what they really wanted was a day filled with friends and family and that felt totally them. They used a minimal amount of vendors and instead enlisted the talents of the family and friends around them to create the perfect day at Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse.

They purchased fresh flowers and the morning of the wedding the bride and bridesmaids sat together and put them arrangements together using a variety of containers and vases. The groom’s sister baked all of the yummy reception treats including the brides favorite cake. The groomsmen helped tie up loose ends. The bride did hire Joy De Vivre to be on hand for the day of coordination and everything went off without a hitch. It was a relaxed day with fun punches of color in a gorgeous venue tucked in the San Ynez Mountains. All photographed to perfection by Jen Rodriguez Photography. To see the entire Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse wedding check out the full gallery.

Photographer: Jen Rodriguez Photography
Coordinator: Kristen of Joy De Vivre

Venue: Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse
Hair & Makeup: Martha Lugo of About Faces
Dress Designer: Vera Wang
Groom’s Attire: Hugo Boss

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  1. -100. Ardean says:

    How much do I love the organic and home-feely details – lovely!

  2. -100. weddingchicks says:

    We agree! This is such a sweet wedding!

  3. My fave is the bride’s dress and all of the bridesmaids dresses hanging on the wall. Beautiful color combo!

  4. -100. Chantal says:

    I adore the picture with the signs pointing to the husband and bride…what an adorable idea. The idea of bridesmaids with different shades of pink dresses and all different styles is a great idea so that each woman can wear the color and style that best fits her.

  5. I love how unique each bridesmaid dress is and the adorable cake bar.

  6. Oh dear, these cakes!!!! Yummy!

  7. -100. wedding toasts maid says:

    I adore the picture while using the indicators aiming on the hubby along with bride-to-be…what an attractive thought. Thinking about bridesmaids with different hues connected with red gowns and all sorts of unique variations is an excellent notion so that each one lady could use made from and style this best suits the girl’s.

  8. Really love the creative use of colors and the various shades of pink dresses is beautiful! The happy ranunculus, mason jar glasses, fine dessert bar…all work together so wonderfully. Loving this wedding!

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  9. I love everything about this wedding. Simply adorable!

  10. Beautiful photos! In love all the details, especially the unique flower pots and cute little accents :)

  11. -100. rose says:

    ohh all the flowers..and the desserts. major like.

  12. -100. Alicia Swedenborg says:

    i like it when bridesmaids have similar colors and different designs!! so much more personal!!

  13. -100. Paula says:

    these cakes looks stunning !!! I’m in loveee

  14. The “husband” and “wife” signs made us smile. We’ve heard a bit about the Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse from other photographers, and it seems to be a great place to have a farm style wedding out in the wild.


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