Maureen and Garrett Prince had their PERFECT intimate Princess Bride themed wedding at Los Penasquitos Ranch House. My gosh, there’s so much I could say about these two amazing human beings…. What stands out the most is their precious love and adoration for each other. I think one of my favorite parts of their big day was their first touch and first look. Maureen’s nervousness completely subsided the second she was in Garrett’s presence. Garrett was so excited to see his beautiful bride and let’s just say they weren’t the only ones crying during their first look. The whole day moved along quite seamlessly, with a mellow timeline, there was never any rushing, no stress, just pure enjoyment of the beautiful day. I will always remember how GORGEOUS these newlyweds were in the golden light when we snuck off for their romantics at sunset. Pictures don’t even do them justice. Hint hint, always make room in the timeline for golden hour pics!!!!! I promise you won’t regret it.
These two put SO MUCH incredible effort in their wedding, doing so many things themselves… #peeptheinvitations with Maureen’s calligraphy, and actual moss glued to them… I will include her detailed instructions at the bottom of this blog in case anyone ever wants to try to make their own invitations! Hair and makeup done by Peggy B from Feathers & Fox. The florals were actual #goals – Done by the amazing Rustic Inspirations – Bridal Florals I have never seen anything quite like them. All the heart eyes. Rustic Inspirations – Rentals also provided the farm tables and chairs which were gorgeous. Adore Folklore provided dinner wear and decor. Vintage mobile bar from The Boozy Bee. Wild Harlow dress by Rue Desein from The Dress Theory. Grooms attire from J Crew Ludlow Collection.
DIY invites by Maureen & Garrett Prince:
“We purchased cold pressed watercolor paper at Blick Art Supplies, designed them in Photoshop, printed them at Copy Cove in La Jolla, purchased the castle stamp from eBay to emboss, then embossed the castle with embossing powder in rose gold purchased online, purchased a bag of moss and jute string from Michael’s, edges were deckled by hand, individual addresses were made in photoshop and also printed at the Copy Cove in La Jolla on brown paper envelopes from Michael’s. Finally, wax seals were made from a crown wax stamp tool and we used our custom return address stamp from Etsy as well.”