For Adrienne and Jordan, keeping their wedding organic and full of charm was a must, so they decided to exchange vows on the family's Ferndale cattle ranch. Just days before the wedding, they returned to the beach where Jordan proposed to harvest driftwood for their ceremony arch. From the property, a redwood tree was cut down (with permission, of course) and became the 50-foot head table and bar table. Logs from the ranch creek were collected, carved and filled with succulents to adorn the dining tables and to be given to guests as they departed – a way for the couple to give a piece of their love through a piece of their land. A section of the redwood head table would later become the couple's family dining table! Throughout the wedding, vintage tapestries were used to cover tables; on the head table, an eclectic array of vintage china and champagne flutes were used for the setting. Vintage flower vases held simple white and green floral arrangements, and the dessert table was a display of vintage milk glass with cookies and sweets. The cake was a simple white with rippled fondant and pale pink flowers sitting atop a wine barrel. Muir Adams Photography captured their close-knit celebration!
A seaside ranch wedding with DIY details in Ferndale, CA