Why did the peacock cross the road? To party with Tamara and Russell!
Tamara and Russell wanted a rustic Mexican ranch styled wedding and that is exactly what they got. If you have never been here before you will be surprise to know that about 50 peacocks live on or around the property. Lucky for us it was mating season and they were out parading around all day. The Ranch grounds of old rustic barns and buildings and well kept grounds make this a perfect location for a wedding. Tamara and Russell wanted a simple wedding ceremony that represented just them so they chose not to have a bridal party. It was a very sweet ceremony. Their meal was mostly vegetarian Mexican food and from the bar you had your choice of Mexican soda in a bottle or a margarita on the rocks. Paper flowers, cacti and succulents, piñatas, patterned napkins, mason jars and brightly colored florals tied the theme together perfectly. Everyone had a blast dancing to 80’s music and taking pictures in the photobooth with the cutout pictures of the bride and grooms chihuahuas wearing sombreros. A final detail of the night were they yummy churros that were made to order! This wedding was gorgeous and every detail was executed perfectly!
Thanks to these amazing vendors!
Coordinator: Courtney from After the Engagement
Venue: Leo Carrillo Ranch
Officiant: Bethel from Ceremonies by Bethel
Hair and Makeup: Gerine at Beauty by Gerine
Caterer: Jaramillo Catering
Flowers: Exquisite Blooms
DJ: Christian “Showtime” at Just 4 Fun Entertainment
Cake: Extraordinary Desserts
Churros: Churros El Tigre
Photobooth: Jasper from After the Engagement Photobooth