Orcutt Ranch Horticulture Center Wedding | Featured on Wedding Chicks | Brittany & Austin

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Brittany & Austin’s whimsical outdoor wedding at Orcutt Ranch Horticulture Center in West Hills California is full of charm and whimsy. She selected the venue for its older buildings and vintage decor as well as the gorgeous rose gardens. Her colors consisted of blush, champagne, ivory, gold and mauves. Brittany’s personalization was B-E-A-UTIFUL! She had details everywhere, a vintage lounge from Provenance Rentals , a photo booth from, a habit food truck, glow sticks and a grand exit in a 1958 vintage rolls royce. Surrounded by friends and family, and the love shared between two very special people, the night was surely what Brittany envisioned, romantic and whimsical.

Q: What were the florals like in your wedding? Did you use flowers in any of your design elements like the bridal bouquets, centerpieces or ceremony backdrop? Did they play an important part in the overall style of your wedding?

A: So much work went into the florals for the wedding. I personally went to the florist for examples bouquets 2 times before deciding on the flowers and colors for the big day. My florist, Shannon, was phenomenal in the preparation and the day of. I had greenery on the guest tables that held up our custom table numbers with single white roses throughout. My bouquet was gorgeous with greenery, soft pinks, and the various textures.

Q: What was the most anticipated or special moment of your wedding day?

A: The most anticipated part of our wedding day was the ceremony. Austin and I wrote our own vow and with the help of my dear friend/Officiant, I customized the entire ceremony myself. I hand picked each reading so it would reflect who Austin and I are as well as who our aspirations for the future. I reviewed and considered every single word to ensure it was exactly the way we wanted for the moment we commit our lives to each other. And it was an epic moment.

Brittany’s wedding attire was so stunning! Her dress was from thee lovely shop CocoMelody. It was a shoulder gown of satin with two lace overlays and with a customized rhinestone belt. The necklace and bracelet she wore was my gift from the groom and was beyond gorgeous. The last part of brides attire holds a large amount of treasure. Brittany’s veil is not only gorgeous but very special because it is the veil her mother wore on her wedding day. Her parents have been happily married for 30 years.

Brittany & Austin’s relationship ventures all the way back to high school where they walked the halls as best friends. Brittany always teased Austin and told him that She would one day marry him. 10 years later, she is no longer walking down the halls but an isle to say “I do” to the love of her life. The two tied the knot at Orcutt Ranch Horticulture center in West Hills California.