Nestled below the Santa Cruz mountains, sits Radonich Ranch, a 100 year old fruit-packing ranch. It's rustic and romantic vibe was the perfect choice for Marci & Kyle's wedding. Kyle had grown up in the mountains of Los Gatos, and had also proposed to Marci there, outside on the deck of their new home. Her engagement ring is a beautiful black diamond, something I rarely see!
Textures of lace, rough ranch wood, with a pop of peachy florals were in perfect harmony on their wedding day. Married under an archway, depicted in a drawing by Marci's grandpa, the Catholic priest agreed to marry them outside, saying that "nature is God's chapel." The couple and their guests dined under eucalyptus trees that swayed in the breeze, while the flower girls loved watching the mallard ducks swim by in the pond.
The Ranch feels like a place with a lot of history, and Marci remembered and carried her own history by wearing her maternal grandmother's necklace, and carrying her paternal great grandmother's beautiful handkerchief.
Later after, working the dance floor inside the barn, guests headed to the after party, complete with an Airstream and teepee for late night hanging out and celebrating.
Venue, Catering, & Rentals: Radonich Ranch
Planner: Vignette Events
Bride's Dress: Wtoo by Watters
Hair Stylists: Friends Faten & Erica from Mona Lisa Salon
Make-up Artist: Friend Alexis from A Smooth Start
Classic Cars: From Groom's family business, Springer Auto Restoration
Stationary: Designed by bride's sister Nicole Pittman & drawing from Grandpa Vascone
Florist: Wild Child Flower
Cake: Gayles in Soquel, on the bride's great grandma's cake plate