A vintage-inspired California farm wedding with jasmine, goats, and a coral dress

February 4 2014 |  
Photos by: JOS Photographers
All photos by JOS Photographers.

Abra and Jeff got hitched at Roshambo Farms, aka sun-drenched barnyard heaven — complete with chickens, turkeys, and goats. In the months leading up to the wedding, the bride's mother amassed a collection of vintage silk and cotton lace, and Abra's childhood friend used the pieces to fashion her dusty coral wedding gown. Guests also gifted the couple handwritten blessings (to be opened on the denoted anniversary).

These two definitely have a flare for vintage! Love and Sass custom-made a vintage-inspired wedding hat for Abra, and Jeff scored a 1920s vintage suit. The homemade bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, and table arrangements all had a bit of jasmine tucked in, and garlands were strung up in every available nook and cranny. And just wait until you see Abra's incredible fresh flower parasol!

















Vendors!

JOS PhotographersRoshambo Farms • Dress: Leila Bazzani • Groom's shirt and vest: Michael Allen's &bull: Flowers: Monique Blakenheim • Groom's suit: Hollywood Vintage • Bride's hat: Love and Sass • Floral parasol: Lavish Flora • Catering: DL Catering • Vintage Rentals: Something Borrowed Vintage Rentals and Event Styling

    • I don't know about the intricate jeweled-pebble looking ring… but the folded steel ring reminds me a lot of the ones at the Stonebrook Jewelry shop at Etsy.

  1. I have been looking for a ring that was both sexy and vintage-esque. I can't get over the ring in this picture! Where did you get it? (Or, anyone know where to find one like it?)

    Gorgeous wedding all around!

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