Updated: Dec 12, 2019
Nestled within Temecula Valley, The Retro Ranch created the perfect backdrop for this earthy intimate elopement. The private 10 acre estate provides endless areas throughout the property and hidden locations to capture unforgettable memories. The retro 1968 air-stream also provided a fun backdrop for the cake and dessert area. Hues of emerald green, sage, taupe, ivory and slate created a modern twist and was visually breathtaking. The inspiration added a little mystery and masculinity to this earthy intimate elopement.
For the ceremony, the venues natural pampas grass was a stunning backdrop along with an assortment of candles that lined the stairs of the red barn as they exchanged “I dos” gave a romantic edge while the subtle but detailed textures of the amazing macrame art made by Ox and Nag was the perfect ceremony piece along with some pieces throughout the reception and dessert station. Perfectly coordinated for the occasion, each Groom looked sharp as they wore emerald green and navy blue tuxedos paired with velvet bow ties to add some texture from Stitch and Tie and beautifully accented boutonnieres provided by Bloomies Creation. Along with a beautiful head table presentation that included eucalyptus leaves, faux fur, moss and slate colored candle sticks to tie everything together.
What we loved: The intimate shots of the grooms, we could definitely feel all the love shared!
Venue: The Retro Ranch
Photographer: Melissa Fe Chapman Photography
Florals: Bloomie Creations
Tuxedos: Stitch & Tie
Baker: The Sweet Apron
Baker: Vlo Cake Pops
Beauty: Juanita Lopez
Etsy Designer: Ox & Nag