Alyssa and Sam tie the knot, A Historic Santa Margarita Ranch Wedding
We love a “well done” Santa Margarita Ranch Wedding, and when they are decked out with details galore, the more the merrier! Alyssa and Sam had one glorious (perfect actually) fall wedding at historic Santa Margarita Ranch in November. It’s always interesting who chooses to tie the knot in the Fall, because basically after October nobody knows what the weather will do!!! Lucky for them, this fall day was perfection.
Alyssa and Sam truly had an all-star team line up in way of vendors, seriously some of the best in the business! From the nearly historic themselves (in terms of how long they’ve been in the wedding industry, not in age : ) Adornments Florals, Joe Labarbera of LaBarbera Sound, and Judi of Embellish Vintage Rentals, to “newer kids on the block” (we just haen’t been in business for 30 years, yet!!) the talented and kind Zachariah Stowasser of Stillwaters Cinema, rock solid Trumpet Vine Catering, amazing Whitney of Rosey Calligraphy, stunning cake by The Cakery, and the one who pulls it all together and makes it look easy, every time, Azurae Shults of Ciel Bleu Events!!! Almost forgot, the magical (pun intended) Rich Ferguson, one seriously incredible slight hand artist living in San Luis! He is amazing!!! (actually a tad on the scary crazy amazing side, if that makes any sense)
If you’re a bride planning your wedding, I would recommend any and ALL of these vendors in a heartbeat! I feel like the beauty and the flow of Alyssa and Sam’s day was a perfect example of what great professionals working together can achieve; ultimately a flawless and FUN day for the couple, their guests and family!
Congratulations Alyssa and Sam, it was a true honor to be a part of your day!
A little bit about this magical place and a Santa Margarita Ranch Wedding ….
Unfolding just outside the town of Santa Margarita in the heart of San Luis Obispo County, the historic Santa Margarita Ranch is one of the oldest continuously operated cattle ranches in California.
The ranch was established as part of Father Junipero Serra’s famed Mission Trail in the late 1700s, and has since occupied a unique place in the history of the Golden State.
Today, as in centuries past, Santa Margarita Ranch remains steeped in the traditions of early California rancho hospitality.