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WEDDING BLOG

This Couple Accented Their Wolf Feather Honey Farm Wedding with Eucalyptus Green and Rose Gold

October 26, 2019 | brooke

Give us all the rustic, eclectic vibes! Reanne and Michael visioned an intimate, rustic-boho inspired Wolf Feather Honey Farm wedding — and they absolutely nailed it. The venue itself is wild, eccentric and has so much character, so the team at Fawn Events kept decor to a minimum and let it compliment the already charming aesthetic.  The ceremony space was simple with fresh eucalyptus lining the aisle leading to the naked teepee altar adorned with a custom carved cow skull and lush blooms designed by Nectar and Bloom. Even the couple’s fur babies sat front and center on vintage rugs, and chimed in when cued during their heart warming vows. We can’t wait for you to see how Shelly Anderson Photography captured Reanne’s stunning look in her The Dress Theory gown and even more from this swoon-worthy Wolf Feather Honey Farm wedding!

The Couple:

Reanne & Michael

The Wedding:

Wolf Feather Honey Farm, Temecula, California

I wanted a dress that was unique, bohemian, and the layered coquille lace on my dress was breathtaking! I kept it simple with my mother’s diamond earrings, which were gifted from my dad, and a dainty rose gold rings from Mejuri.

It’s hard to say what was the most memorable part, as it was all truly wonderful. Michael and I had a point of taking ‘mental pictures’ when something was happening we didn’t want to ever forget. For us that was our first look, a moment of peace after we walked down the aisle, looking down the table at all of our guests laughing and socializing during dinner, and dancing on the hilltop at sunset. We were lucky to work with an phenomenal photographer and videographer that captured all of those moments in photo and film that we will undoubtedly cherish for years to come.

I found Wolf Feather Honey Farm after some major sleuthing on Instagram. I was lucky enough to forge a friendship with Chari and Craig. Upon arrival at the farm, Michael and I knew it was the place. The magic, romance, and adventure that place embodies is out of this world! It really does feel full of love. I wanted our wedding to feel like a laid-back, intimate backyard party, and I think we achieved that! It was just the right amount of bohemian and camping rolled into one.

Our ceremony was officiated by our mutual friend Kyle, who was there when we met at Sasquatch Music Festival. Michael was escorted down the aisle by his siblings, and I by my dad. We have two very cute Australian Shepherds, which also got to walk the aisle with their grandma! We did a ‘warming of the rings’ where our guests were invited to pass around our rings during the ceremony and impart a silent wish for us to carry with us throughout our marriage. We thought that was really special!

I love the moody, romantic feeling that Shelly captured in all our photos. The sunset that evening was to die for, so that really elevated the whole feeling of the evening. Shelly was a breeze to work with, even though we are both a little weird in front of the camera. Our wedding pictures speak for themselves! Shelly really went above and beyond, and I am happy to now call her a friend!

Wedding planning advice from the bride: I put a lot of pressure on myself to make everything perfect. My vision changed a lot from the beginning to the end of wedding planning, and my advice would be to roll with it. At the end of the day your family and friends don’t ever know what wasn’t done – they remember how you made them feel. Be a reflection of that, and remember to pause for a moment to reflect on how the day makes you and your love feel! Also…Hire. A. Planner! 

We did family style dining along the 150′ long farmhouse dining table through the grove. Michael really wanted BBQ, and we ended up with a 14 hr smoked brisket that was mouth watering! We had a late night snack of traditional Canadian poutine, which was a huge hit! Reanne’s mom and dad also hand made Nanaimo bars, a Canadian desert, as a nod to her grandparents who were unfortunately unable to attend.

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Shelly Anderson Photography
Event Planning – Fawn Events
Wedding Venue – Wolf Feather Honey Farm
Floral Design – Nectar and Bloom
Catering – Toast Catering SD
Cake – Nothing Bundt Cakes
Bar – The Sippin Gypsy
DJ – Song Struck DJ
Videography – Sunbeat Films
Signage – Lavender + Sea 
Makeup Artist – Taylor Haupt Makeup
Hair Styling – Hair by Kayti
Wedding Dress – The Dress Theory
Bridesmaids’ Apparel – Show Me Your Mumu
Groom’s Apparel – ASOS
Groomsmen’s Apparel – Bonobos
Rings – Mejuri
Rentals – Allies Party Rentals
Bathrooms – Diamond Environmental Resources

 

Cheers and congrats to Reanne and Michael! We’re feeling grateful that Fawn Events shared their fabulous Wolf Feather Honey Farm wedding with Junebug! Into these rustic-boho vibes? We think you’ll love this rustic boho Tennessee wedding at K & M Barn at Lewis Farm.

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