Joe and Lindsay’s love story began when… >> A Ranch Engagement
On a Saturday afternoon in August, with clear blue skies and a calm breeze, anticipation hung in the air as I drove past the old corral and up a long driveway to the Rosasco Ranch. A charming home that Lindsay’s grandfather built brick by brick decades ago, would hold the memories of a wedding.
Stepping into the room where all the girls were getting ready, the scent of Zinnias and Baby’s Breath flowers filled the room. Cowgirl boots and high heels lay on the floor, while country music played and champagne glasses were filled. Just down the hall, the guys were teaching each other how to tie their ties. Out the window, you could see the details coming together as tables were set, guests trickled in and the cake arrived. The ceremony would be held in the front yard where a white arbor stood.
As she walked down the aisle, Lindsay’s face lit up and a smile spread across Joe’s face as he was given her hand. While the sun settled in the sky, a sweet and simple ceremony made them husband and wife. With a kiss they were down the aisle and ready to celebrate. An amazing tri-tip dinner was made on the spot and enjoyed as the lights strung in the trees, lit up the tables and dance floor. The rest of the night was celebrated with cake, dancing and laughter under the stars.
A special thanks to Matthew Allison for being the second photographer!
> Flowers by Mountain Laurel Florist
>> Cake & Cupcakes by Devon’s Delectables
>> Lindsay’s Hair & Makeup by Mandy Hill
> Located at the Rosasco Ranch