Remember Brittany and Andrew's whimsical engagement shoot that I featured a while back? Well, today, I get to feature their wedding! Eeek! I love it when I get to circle back with one of the couples that I've featured and see how their weddings turned out.
Brittany and Andrew were married last August at the Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church, with a reception immediately following at The Ranch at Bandy Canyon in San Diego, California. Their wedding had a gorgeous rustic and romantic feel to it, which was showcased in the beautiful images by Rachel Marie Photography. I just love the shots of just Brittany and Andrew together. So pretty. The florals included roses, lithiantus, eucalyptus, berries and larkspur, which were absolutely stunning and yet another highlight of the day, in my opinion.
Although the details of this wedding were amazing, the bride did share these words of wisdom: "The details of the wedding don't really matter," said Brittany. "That's not to say that you shouldn't take the time to make your wedding beautiful, but don't become so focused on the details that you lose sight of your man and what the wedding day represents. Don't prepare more for the day than for the lifetime you will have with your husband."
Romantic and Rustic San Diego Wedding - Vendors & Credits
Photographer: Rachel Marie Photography
Ceremony Venue: Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church
Reception Venue: The Ranch at Bandy Canyon
Day-of Coordinator: Pam Simon
Floral Designer: Bride's mother, Anne Davies
DJ: Paul Petersen
Rentals: Allie's Party Rentals
Donuts: Petersen's Donuts
Invitations: Bride's mother, Anne Davies
Hair and Make-up: Glam Dolls Hair & Makeup Artistry
Bridal Attire: Wedding dress by Casablanca and shoes by Marc Fisher
Groomsmen Attire: Men's Wearhouse
Bridesmaids Attire: Modcloth, Macy's, Francesca's Collection and Forever 21
A bold and creative aeronautical blue and yellow wedding in Vermont by J. Harper Photography.
Ashley and Anders' rustic and refined wedding decorated in peonies, burlap, lace and mason jars at Shaffer Ranch in Chico, California.