TRADITIONALLY NON -TRADITIONAL
The wedding was held at Orcutt Ranch because of Jenni’s desire to have her wedding at a location with HUGE trees as a backdrop. At the ceremony, the end of the isle lead to a vintage dresser that was a family heirloom with photos from their parents, grandparents and great grandparents weddings, all of whom represented to the couple the kind of marriage they wanted to have – committed and full of love!
Their wedding and ceremony theme – buttons – in all shades of purple with burlap accents; buttons were literally used everywhere from Escort Cards – from The Tie that Binds, Cake Table, and Garland in the Cake Room to Centerpieces, Bouquets, and Paper Goods!
The centerpieces, from Jenny B Floral Design, hadthe variety and distinctness the couple was craving- half were long, wood tables with a burlap runner and floral arrangement wrapped in birch wood, and the other half of the tables were moss boxes, wrapped in burlap with a simple lantern and additional votives for light.
Eachtable wasidentified by names, photos, and facts of kids from Africa that Jenni and Steve made donations to in the name of the guests at each table! Instead of a traditional guest book, guests signed cards with their words of advice and love for the couple, then a family member will send the cards to the couple throughout the first year of their marriage – love that!
Jenni and Steve wanted to serve something beyond the usualchicken and rice wedding meal – they hired the wood fire pizza catering company, Pizzeria Olio, to come in and serve 5 different kinds of pizzas, pastas and salad to their guests. Everyone loved the non-traditional buffet dinner, enjoying the smell and visual entertainment of the chefs cooking in the wood fire ovens! In addition, the couple’s wedding cake – a favorite ofall – was from Claim Jumper!
Every stunning moment was captured beautifully by APictureLife Photography!
We were so honored to be a part of such a special and beautifuloccasion! Congrats Jenni + Steve! Wishing you all the happiness in the world – the traditional and non-traditional kinds!
The Ladies of Intertwined Events