Laura + Ryan II

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Thank you again to Braedon Photography for sending in the gorgeous wedding for a feature. And to Laura and Ryan for sharing their beautiful wedding with Once Wed!

Photography by Braedon Photography

Day of Coordinator: Toast

Event Design and Flowers: Tricia Fountaine Design

Cupcakes: Enjoy Cupcakes

Dress: Songi Bridal

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39 Responses to “Laura + Ryan II”

  1. Laura

    I absolutely love her dress. I looked on the Songi website but didn’t see that particular style, does anyone know the name of it?

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  2. Kathy

    Awesome photos- my favorite is in the boat, who would have thought to have them out there in the pouring rain. The fact that they went along and captured not only an amazing photo but the nature of this couple- life is to be enjoyed no matter what comes your way. Great job Braedon Photography on capturing this.

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  3. Kaitlyn

    I want to see more! Where exactly did this wedding take place? She’s such a gorgeous bride and that dress is beautiful. Wow!

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  4. Adina

    I love this wedding and I love the weather. It makes me so happy. I also love the sweaters. I’m thinking about fleece jackets as gifts to my bridesmaids.

    Does anyone know where this barn is? I’m desperatly searching for a rustic barn with some land around in Northern California it for our wedding next September. That hopefully won’t break the bank :-)

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  5. kristin

    FYI on the venue, i looked on the photog’s blog and he says this wedding was at Rancho Dos Pueblos in Santa Barbara.

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  6. lauren

    I love the shrug the bride is wearing. I’m looking for one for my own October wedding. Do we know where it’s from?

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  7. Christin

    Songi custom made Laura’s dress for her, and the wrap I believe was from Anthropologie. The location is Rancho Dos Pueblos in Goleta, CA (just above Santa Barbara). Tricia made everything look beautiful. It was an amazing night! Braedon did an incredible job capturing it all.

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  8. Lisa

    This wedding is gorgeous! Could you tell me where you got the display rack for the escort cards???

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  9. Esmé Wright

    Where did the bride find her wrap sweater. Might be the perfect thing for a winter wedding.

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  10. Hanna

    Such a beautiful wedding. I love all the muted colors and the natural wood. Everything is just so cohesive! Love it!

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  11. brooke

    wondering if this custom design was priced any less than it’s inspiration (amsale “coco”). i’ve been admiring that dress for months, wishing there was a cheaper alternative…

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  12. Ever After Events Gatlinburg, TN

    Your photos are absolutely fabulous! Thanks so much for the information. As a wedding planner in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, I am always looking for new and exciting wedding information. I would love to explore the possibility of featuring you on my wedding website so that other brides may view your info. as well. I am sure they will find it as valuable as I did. If interested, please feel free to email me by visiting my site http://www.everafterplanner.com .

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  13. Sue

    Great selection of photographs and sure the one in the boat will be remembered for many years to come. Congratualtions and thanks for sharing some great photos.

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  14. Tricia Fountaine

    Hello Everyone
    I was privileged to be the designer on Laura and Ryan’s wedding. Yes they are as fabulous as the pictures show. In ten years of designing I have rarely run across two more down to earth and easy going people. They could not have been sweeter! Laura’s beautiful dress was soaked, She had rain drops on her skin as she walked down the aisle. The grooms feet were soaking wet but all they could do was smile and express their huge gratitude to everyone involved. They can teach us all about our priorities in life! To answer some of the questions the location is a 1917 barn on the Dos Pueblos Ranch in Santa Barbara that my husband restored. The props are mine (the name tag rack is an antique French bottle drying rack). The “sweets” signs are large stencils that I glued over typing paper. I have to say that Braedon’s photos are some of the best I have ever seen. He really captured the feel of everyone and everything in impossible circumstances! The barn is available to the public, contact me at wwwtriciafountaine.com Thanks everyone for the great comments!

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