Much in modern society is thrown away without a second thought, but one wedding dress is bucking that trend. Stacey chose to follow in her Mother’s footsteps by wearing her Grandmother’s dress for her wedding at Quail Ranch Events. The history and memories of this dress are now sealed onto the photographs and will continue to be cherished through the generations.
Continuing with Japanese tradition, the happy couple made paper cranes. The crane was has been thought to live for a thousand years, and represents longevity and good fortune.
Stacey and David were so pleased to be able to
Style me pretty have put together a helpful guide of estate weddings to get ideas flowing, but it shouldn’t be hard to incorporate Quail Ranch’s beautiful views and tranquil atmosphere into your dream wedding brand. Remember to consider all the senses; orange blossoms, fresh cut grass, and bubbling fountains are just a few of the possibilities here.
Reception at Quail Ranch Events
Everyone wants to remember their wedding, but outdoor photos can be the ones that take your breath away. Just look at these from Bridal Guide more inspiration. The photos I’ve taken at Quail Ranch are truly unique; however, the California sun can be a blessing and knowing how to get the best photographs takes practice.
Whether it’s among the avocado orchards or beside the pool, I’ve been blessed to have the experience to find key places at Quail Ranch where the lighting works every time. The Spanish styled estate has a wealth of history and grandeur and the lighting has an almost magical quality. I especially like the grand staircase which highlights the brides dress beautifully. Each vista grabs the imagination and feels like an invitation to explore more.