This rustic boho wedding in Southern California took two years to plan! And with the warm golden light, easy going reception and an absolutely adorable flower girl we think the wait was definitely worth it! So now you are wondering what the 2 year wait was for, right? Well you'll just have to keep scrolling to find out! Oh and for any of you crushing on this brides boho style, we have a few more boho bridal looks for you to fall in love with too. Just keep scrolling!
Once you have see everything and pinned everything on this beautiful post you might want to give the full gallery a look. It is jam packed with more photos from Erika and Ryan's big day, thanks to Anna Delores Photography!
You, Me & A Flower Girl Makes ThreeErika and Ryan planned their stunning spring wedding at Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse for almost two years, delaying the big day in order to welcome daughter Shea without the distractions of wedding planning. The couple's beautiful baby girl played a central role in their wedding day, which was executed with so much love and support from their closest family and friends. Erika's beautiful Dreamers and Lovers dress was a perfect complement to the rustic venue, and guests were provided with quilts to bundle up as temperatures dropped with the sun.
We have to say, we here at the Wedding Chicks love a boho bride! There is just a calming sense of confidence that seems to come with a flowing lacy dress and a flower halo. Think you want to add a little bohemian style to your big day? We have some great boho chic bridal looks for you to fall in love with! Click here to find all the beautiful flower filled bridal ideas you could ever want. Enjoy!
From One Bride To Another
From the Bride: If I could do it all over again... I would do a “first look”, so we could truly enjoy the guests and party following the ceremony. Although, some of the best shots did come during dinner at sunset. No disaster struck that day, thankfully. There were a few minor setbacks that were out of anyone’s control... unexpected wind and cold. We prepared and anticipated a chilly night (had quilts available and a few heaters), but we were not prepared for the drastic drop in temperature.
Additionally, because our venue was somewhat remote and destination, we covered a lot of the details over the phone or through email. I feel the lack of face-to-face prep may have allowed for some miscommunication for that day. Our breathtaking venue was our focus and priority. We fell in love with the Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse. While it was worth every penny, it did cause for us to want to cut costs in other areas of our budget. The fact that we were able to enjoy and stay at the farmhouse and property for a week along with family and friends was our most valued aspect to our wedding.