It is so much fun for us to hear where couples met and began their love story. Adrienne and Jed met in a hostel in Chile while there to teach English. Everything sounds more romantic when you fall in love in a foreign country ... right?
After moving back and, of course the engagement, they decided on Rancho Las Lomas for their wedding venue. A perfect setting for their whimsical Orange County wedding. See more of Adrienne and Jed's wedding in the full gallery by clicking here. Photographed by Orange County wedding photographer Amanda Doublin.
From the bride:
We wanted our wedding to feel light-hearted and whimsical yet earthy, so we incorporated lots of sun-washed pastels, vintage pieces found in antique stores and yard sales, bits of nature like pine cones and driftwood, and lots of DIY elements - triangle bunting made out of lokti paper, burlap table runners, a "wishing tree" in place of a guestbook, handmade signs, and mini succulent arrangements as favors. After a lovely ceremony, we kept things old-school as we twirled to Elvis' "Falling in Love with You", tossed bouquet and garter out to the crowd, and wheeled off in a 1939 Packard. Many thanks to all of the talented people who helped make our celebration what it was-- we highly recommend our photographer, Amanda, and our wedding coordinator, Kendra.
We love their the Nail and Yarn Art. If you are interested in learning how to make something like this click here for our diy tutorial.
Prop or Furniture Rentals: Archive Vintage Rentals
Photographer: Amanda Doublin
Venue: Rancho Las Lomas
Cake & Caterer: 24 Carrots
Coordinator: Kendra at Prima Events
Cinematography: Julien Lorment
Flowers: Jenny B Floral Design
Hair: Michelle Lattuca
DJ: Peter Papadapoulos
Dress Designer: Catherine Deane for BHLDN
Groom's Attire: Friar Tux
Jewelry: Forever 21, Tiffany's, Benjamin & Co
Shoe Designer: Vera Wang Lavender
Stationery: Paper-Source (DIY)
Veil or Hair Accessories: BHLDN
Officiant: Don Johnson