You really cannot go wrong when your wedding is being held at Seven Sycamores Ranch. The character and charm of that place is just unmatched. Everyone loves the glass barn, but all the overgrown greenery is probably my favorite part. It seems like anywhere you turn there is a photo opportunity. Kim Rico and her eye for design really made that venue come to life. If you haven’t heard of her, check out her Insta at Drops of Honey Design (linked at the end of post). And apparently Kim and Monica teaming up only creates perfection! Monica did not let one detail of her wedding go to waste. The little cow table numbers cut out by her father-in-law, the milk bar for guests to enjoy with their (Max’s Dessert Company) desserts, and the head table backdrop were just a few of my personal favorites.
An array of pinks, plums, mauve, and greenery were found in the floral design, designed by the ever so talented Sweet Memories. It was the perfect combo of feminine and sophistication. The bouquets really popped next to the soft pastels the bridesmaids wore!
Monica’s wedding gown was the first time I had ever witnessed the uniqueness of a two-piece. She really wanted her gown to reflect her laid-back kinda style.. where simplicity can in fact make a statement. The bottom tule moved with her so effortlessly and she had just enough skin barred to show off her slim figure and glowing skin!
I am so happy for these two, but I am really going to miss all the fun we had documenting their special day. From the engagement shoot (which made the cover of Enjoy magazines February 2017 issue!!) to their first evening as husband and wife. Let’s hope their future family sessions will be just as beautiful, although that is a lot to live up to! 😉
Venue: Historic Seven Sycamores Ranch
Design and Planner: Drops of Honey by Kim Rico
Caterer: Tres Bien
Video: Agape Films
DJ: Toast & Bells (Live singing by Rachelle of Toast and Bells)
Florist: Sweet Memories
Rentals: Walker Lewis and Letter and Grain (Farm Tables)
Baker: Max’s Bakery