Christina + James at the Flying Caballos Guest Ranch, California
We love when weddings go full DIY - memories are made utilizing each others talents, those of trusted artisans and craftspersons, and especially indulging in the best the local fare! Our Hops and Wheat ties were a hit with the groom and groomsmen who love the local suds"...all the beer and wine was local! Beer from Firestone Brewery and wine from Kelsey See Canyon..."
Menus were screen printed on wood slices by groom. Invitations were 100% DIY using upcycled jukebox records and groom’s own designs; groom also designed all of the stationary (save the dates, RSVP cards, programs, and thank you cards). The bride’s family brought typical Ecuadorian sweets in for the desert station.
The couple selected Hops and Wheat Neckties in our classic mustard printing ink on olive green tie fabric. These ties are especially a hit when printed in colors echoing the different regional types of our world's oldest beverage, including the hues of lager, hefeweizen, Belgian ale, stout and the bottles in which they're brought to you.
Shown L to R: Mustard print on cinnamon; olive; dark brown.
Special thanks to wedding photographers Aubrey Joy Photography for the amazing captures! We absolutely love the rustic, romantic and playful feel...and that dog, probably the cutest photo of a wedding dog on Earth!
The "show and tell" is one of the most fun parts about what we do. We love working alongside couples to help craft their perfect day through color, pattern and texture.
Congrats again to Christina and James. Thank you for sharing your beautiful ceremony with us. We can see your love and how much FUN you had!