Dancing in the Moonlight-unique wedding style

We do many weddings at Rancho Soquel and they all are unique because of the choices that the couples make in many things-decor, sequence of events, vendors used and overall style.

Zeka and David's weddings was a fantastic example of this.

Their choice to dine and then continue the party on the barn side rather than dancing at the gazebo was a different one and worked well for their group.

Her dress was a non-traditional wedding dress with the watercolors that themed the wedding. She hand dyed the table runners for the farm tables from natural dyes (one was a beautiful mauve which was avocado pit and skins).

She choose green glassware for the family style salad service and green glass plates for the buffet.


The sweet bouquets were designed by Suzi's and also incorporated that color scheme.
The bride's passion for birds was the inspiration for the Audubon Society guestbook where the guests were encouraged to choose their favorite bird and write a wish.

The cupcakes were from Buttercup Cakes & Farmhouse Frosting and were a huge hit with flavors from Earl Grey to Vegan Chocolate-Strawberry. Behind them was a meaningful framed print that exemplified the couple...back hoe because they are in the process of building a home and the hawk because the bride studies them.

This was quite a dancing group and the dance floor was packed all evening with everyone including Grandma!

They did an amazing job of adding personal touches that really made their wedding unique and "so them".