When a space speaks to you, you know it's going to be the place to say "I do". This lovely bride, Jordan, just knew that the Dos Pueblos Orchid Farm was the perfect location to marry her now-husband, and she was so very right!
Scroll down to fall in love with this fresh and elegant greenhouse wedding day. And be sure to check out the full gallery for even more of the photos captured by Miki and Sonja.
Booking The Perfect Spot
Bride Jordan knew she wanted to get married at Dos Pueblos Orchid Farm from the moment she saw it online - so much so that she booked it sight unseen, for a date only 3 months away! When you know, you know! She then came to Harmony Creative Studio to help with the whirlwind turnaround and make her 'Modern Greenhouse' wedding dreams a reality!
The Ceremony Decor
Wanting to keep the wedding sophisticated and modern, Margaux at Harmony Creative Studio enlisted the help of some of her favorite vendors and even had a custom arch built to recall the couple's wedding invitations! Adding in elements of black with the arch, the paper goods, and grid signage helped keep a modern edge to the overall romantic and traditional celebration.
With her two sisters as bridesmaids in green silk Anthropologie dresses, her groom decked out in a classic black tux and arriving at the ceremony in a classic Mercedes convertible, Jordan was stunning in her sleek Lili Bridals gown. The personal ceremony was officiated by a close friend with an awe-inspiring view of the Santa Barbara coast.
The Italian feast started during cocktail hour with rustic, wood-fired pizza from Made In Italy Bistro and kept going with a family-style dinner from K'Syrah Catering. The main greenhouse was decked out in greenery and beautiful florals from new floral company Primrose + Petals, and rentals from Party Pleasers, including dreamy velvet linens from La Tavola.
The couple was surprised by their groomsmen with a live T-Rex during their speech (a long-standing inside joke) and their guests danced the nite away to DJ Aflex and had fine art portraits created on-site by Miles Hochhalter Lewis. Favorite donuts from Hook + Press bakery were brought in for dessert.