You'd never guess Montesino Ranch was a wedding venue to visit it on a normal weekday. It appears for all purposes, a working organic ranch. The horses run up to you when you drive up much like dogs, seeking a rub on the nose and a few treats. Greenhouses protect growing veggies and real working tractor equipment sit idle, waiting for the next plow.
But when Natalie and Will's family converged on the large multi-acre farm, it became a simple yet elegant backdrop to the fun festivities for this country wedding.
Natalie and Will (and much of the friends and family) traveled from Seattle to attend this glorious event. It was a three-day celebration that included a lot of laughter, family reunions, spirits, dancing, and a beautiful view of the hill country from a rustic little chapel on a hill.
The weather was a perfect cloudless sky with temperatures in the upper 80s. Guests were transported to the top of the hill by a big blue bus, but the bride was transported in an antique World War II Army jeep.
Natalie and Will were thrilled to marry each other and it was a pleasure to be witness to this beautiful day.
Lisa On Location Photography