After meeting at the gym where they both worked, Tamyra and Matt kept their relationship a secret. Then the day came where they had no choice but to share the news — because Tamyra was expecting their first daughter! Now with two girls in tow, this couple was ready to exchange their vows in a relaxed wedding atÂ Radonich Ranch.
Vignette Events designed and coordinated their special day to perfection with vintage and DIY decor coupled with a pastel color palette. Read on to see so much more fromÂ Tamyra about their special day, especially their full budget breakdown. Don’t forget, you can always visit the full gallery here to see so much more of this vintage pastel wedding, all amazingly captured by Chloe Jackman Photography.
From Chloe Jackman Photography:
They began their relationship in secret as co-workers, but their undercover love was forced to the surface with amazing news that they were having a baby. First came Olivia who is 4 now, then two years later little Casey and when Matt made his loving fatherly vows to his two beautiful daughters during the ceremony there wasn’t a dry eye in the house…ours included!
I was in awe of the details, colors and overall look and feel of their day. From the antique suitcases, to the doilies and wedding dress made by her mom, to all the fabulous DIY decor…it was stunning.
From the Bride:
What would I have done differently:
(a) My family spent so much time painting 110 mason jars so I could candles in them, but then it never got dark enough! So the effect I was going for never happened. I wish I would have thought abo
ut that and just put flowers in them.
(b) I wish I would have made the rounds to say hello to my guests during dinner. I didn’t do it, so then I didn’t get to speak to everyone. In my excuse- I was trying to get my girls fed too, and diapers changed, potty breaks! My family was able to keep my girls for a majority of the time, but only mommy can do certain things :)
(c) I wish I would have joined my new husband in the thank you speech. Especially since I didn’t make the rounds to the tables to speak with people it would have been nice to give a big general thank you.
(d) not have my kids first!! This is mostly a joke. But I will admit that having the girls made everything (planning, errands, online searching, parties) harder.
GuestsÂ went inside to enjoy the tasty dessert table that was filled with treat like cupcakes, rice crispy treats.
Event Designer, Coordinator, Caterer, DJ & Prop or Furniture Rentals: Vignette Events
Venue: Radonich Ranch
Makeup: Nikol Elaine
Hair: Curtis Looney of Pitch Hair Salon
Cake: Frost Cupcake Factory
Groom's Attire: Guabello
Shoe Designer: Breckelles
Beautiful toned body by Tamyra Bugarin!!! (She's a personal trainer, so naturally she looks amazing!)
Dress Designer & Flower Girl Tutus: Bride's Mother | Flowers: Bride's Aunt Maureen | Jewelry: Grandmothers fresh water pearls from Hawaii | Officiant: Debby Delapo, friend of the bride and groom
Read on to see how much this vintage pastel wedding cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.
Venue & Food: $4500 + $9500
Desserts: $360 (ordered 120 cupcakes for 110 people and there were a lot left) my stepmom made 100 pink rice krispies.
DIY stationary (including everything except thank you cards, but I do already have the stamps): $630
Transportation: $560 for one bus (rt)
Dress: $200 (my mom made it and I bought the fabric)
Shoes: $20 at a local shop
Groom's Suit: $500
Hair my my aunt: $0
Flowers by my aunt, but I paid $120 for the materials and flowers
Kids Goodie Bags: about $140
Vintage Decor & Furniture from the location and my aunt (I have 14 aunties!)
Beer, Wine & Champagne at Bev Mo during 5 cent sale: $800
Converse for wedding party from a local merchant (who gave them to me tax free!): $540
DJ's for the entire day: $1525