There are so many sweet moments to this wedding! Tracey + Ross love riding bicycles. So much that Ross rode a bike down the aisle to wait for his bride – how sweet is that?! Tracey shared a few details into their lovely DIY wedding…
I always envisioned a backyard wedding, something quaint, a gorgeous setting and vintage flare. When we first saw the Flying Caballos Ranch we fell in love. I wanted to keep with the vintage theme and I’m a big fan of DIY projects. I made my own centerpieces and using the same fabric created matching table runners on the desert and welcome table. I love vintage bottles and jars so I started collecting and keeping our old milk bottles (we of course drank the milk first) as well as vintage jars that my father-in-law collected at bottle shows and me at flea markets (It helped that he was a huge vintage bottle fan). I’ve created all the decorations right down to the napkin rings. We also have a ton of creative friends so I conveniently leveraged their talents. One of our good friends designed our wedding invites. Another hand drew each dog breed table number as well as a groomsmen who drew our wedding tree for guests to sign. We’re blessed with amazing friends. The whole process has been so fun and amazing!
Ross’ band (and his groomsmen), Arcadio, played some original tunes and then a Beruit song as Ross cruised their bike down the aisle to await his bride!
Photography: Cameron Ingalls
Venue: Flying Caballos Ranch, San Luis Obispo, CA
Coordinator: Events Redefined
Florist: April Peet Flowers
Dessert: Eclair Bakery
Catering: Pacific Harvest
Dress: Amy Kuschel
Makeup + Hair: Karie Baldner of Salon Lux
Thanks to Cameron Ingalls for sharing this sweet wedding with us today. Cameron is based in San Luis Obispo and available for travel worldwide.