Beltane Ranch has become a new favorite venue. It has the warmth of feeling like you’re getting married in your backyard, but the beauty of the California country side.
Guests were welcomed onto the ranch with lemonade served from the classic Chevy parked just outside the entrance. The big oak tree in the middle of the property provided shade while guests watched Adam and Jessica share their vows, give their rings, and kiss as husband and wife. After the ceremony, there were a myriad of yard games to enjoy, including a life size Jenga made by the father of the bride. One of my favorite details were the pinwheel escort cards that blew in the warm summer breeze. As dinner came to an end, guests made their way to the dance floor and never left. The sun descended and the Italian-styled stringed lights flickered on radiating light and romance over the dance floor. It was a celebration to remember.
None of this could happen, of course, without the incredible team of people who put it all together. Joy from Beltane Ranch was an absolute pleasure to work with and a constant support throughout the day. And Sammy from Alex’s Catering made sure that every single guest was taken care of. He is not only efficient, but he adds life to the party with his fun personality. But I can’t end this post without acknowledging Lynn Hannafin, a close family friend, who was the coordinator of all coordinators. She held the clipboard and made sure everything went off without a hitch. Just the kind of friend every person needs.
Here is Adam and Jessica’s full team of vendors that made the day perfect.
Venue: Beltane Ranch
Dress: Ann’s Boutique
Dessert: Kara’s Cupcakes
Catering: Alex’s Catering
Paper Goods: The Blue Envelope