Remember my friend's beautiful DIY wedding? I shared a few of my instagram pics of the night here, but now I'm excited to share her professional wedding pictures from Hey Jonny.
My friend Tricia will be posting about a lot of the projects and stories of putting their wedding together on their new blog: http://oururbanfrontier.com/. She and her husband are masters at finding and executing beautiful DIY projects for everything from home decor to gardening.
Before I get to the wedding, I have to start with the transformation they made to the 'shop'for their venue. It was a spare barn on the father of the groom's avocado ranch, and with the help of friends and family they transformed into a perfect wedding venue.
Incredible, right? They had a vision for this beautiful wedding, and I'm so excited to share it with you!
Phillip and Tricia had their first look at the site of Phil's proposal beneath this beautiful tree at his parent's avocado ranch. Isn't the bench swing he made so beautiful?
The ceremony was just before sundown and all of us guests got a gorgeous view of San Pasqual Valley.
Then it was time to party back at the shop! During happy hour guests drank mojitos and sangria, three kinds of beer made just for the wedding by the groom's brother-in-law (with the kegs stored in an old tub in the back of an old truck), and kahlua in our coffee, made by the bride and groom. The cake buffet was stocked with homemade cakes from Tricia's girlfriends (I made a lavender lemon bundt cake). Gifts were collected in a wheelbarrow in front of the guest book table.
A live band made up of classmates of the bride and a professor kept the dance floor going well into the night. (see if you can spot E and I in that last photo!)
my dashing husband :-)
There really was not a detail in this wedding without a personal touch. It was breathtakingly gorgeous, immensely fun, and very them.
Hope you enjoyed!
Photos: Hey Jonny
Catering: Terry at La Farfalla
Everything else: Bride, Groom, Family and Friends!