Taylor and Michael took “rustic glam” to a whole ‘nother level with their picturesque wedding in Murrieta, California. Nestled in the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Preserve, and surrounded by rolling hills of Oak trees, is the Forever and Always Farm where the two said “I Do” under a detailed gazebo with draping greenery. If that weren’t romantic enough, the ceremony spot was surrounded by roses and lavender, with a backdrop of the sun setting over the hills.
Taylor was gorgeously styled in a long sleeve boho Tara Lauren “Harlowe” gown from Mary Me Bridal, which she wore with a floral headpiece, holographic jewel dangling earrings, and dramatic makeup that tied in the color of her husband’s deep purple suit from Bloomingdales. Michael also wore a navy blue polka-dot shirt, a royal blue and red floral pocket square, and a black bow tie. The bridesmaids were dressed in different colored sequined dresses, and the groomsmen wore an array of different colored suits. Although it was all technically mismatched, it still worked together perfectly! The deep purple, blue, magenta, and gold color palette added a glamorous boho feel to the otherwise rustic venue.
After the ceremony, guests dined in a canopied outdoor garden room. Rustic elements like a skull and antlers, lace details, and distressed wooden accents, signage, and furniture pieces were blended with chandeliers, mismatched mirrors, gold accents, and fur-covered vases. When it came to dessert, the couple opted out on cake and chose donuts made by Haute Sweets instead. Deliciously made by Haute Sweets, it was a sweet treat that did not disappoint.
Captured by Three16 Photography, this wedding came together beautifully to create a stunning event. Oh, and did we mention there was an alpaca?
Reception Venue:Forever & Always Farm//Invitation Designer: Minted//Caterer: Temecula Catering Company///Hair Stylist: JEM Hair//Makeup Artist: Kellie Collins//Dress Store: Mary Me Bridal//Bakery: Haute Sweets Baking Co//DJ: Vox DJs//Floral Designer: Soiree Floral Design//Photographer: Three16 Photography