As soon as photographer, Cameron Ingalls, heard about a gorgeous new venue in San Luis Obispo, California – Biddle Ranch Vineyard – he knew he wanted to conjure up an editorial there. After reaching out to the team at Lovelyfest Events (who fell in love with the setting at first sight) ideas were bounced around and plans for a shoot filled with modern and rustic details began to take shape.
The Lovelyfest girls tell us, We were immediately drawn to the ranch’s simple, elegant, and modern aesthetic, and were inspired for our shoot right away. The venue has an absence of color throughout the grounds, providing such a beautifully natural blank slate to create upon for events and weddings. We took inspiration from the design materials used inside the house; the weathered architectural elements, it’s earthy and natural feel, and the relaxed California vibe.
Such a seriously gorgeous wedding suite by Bliss and Bone!
And Adornments really crafted the perfect florals for this editorial! We adore the earthy vibe of the bridal bouquet, comprised of roses, raspberries, agonis + greens.
We’re absolutely l-o-v-i-n-g the escort display! Sliced gems + gold calligraphy are a match made in heaven!
We knew we wanted to bring in rich colors, so we created a palette of beautiful pinks and deep berry tones. We were so inspired by the textures and materials used both inside the house and on the property, so we brought in natural elements of marble, wood, leather, and crystals.
See more in the film Cameron Ingalls captured below!
Thanks so much to the talented team below for sharing this lovely shoot with us today! Anyone tying the knot at Biddle Ranch? Such a lovely place!
photography: Cameron Ingalls // venue: Biddle Ranch Vineyard San Luis Obispo, California // design + coordination: Lovelyfest Events // florals: Adornments // gown + jewelry: BHLDN // makeup: Danielle Roberts // hair: Brit Tarr // cake: Paper Cake Events // linens: Modmix Studio // robe: Plum Pretty Sugar // invitations: Bliss and Bone // chairs: Classic Party Rentals