Rambling Rose Ranch Wedding: Jessica & Kevin
I met Jessica and Kevin at a little coffee shop by my place and learned about their story. They were neighbors, met, fell in love and engaged in Iceland (JEALOUS). Their wedding took place at Rambling Rose Ranch and let me tell ya, this place is a show stopper!
Tucked away at the boarder of Austin and Dripping Springs, Tx. This venue has the perfect feel of garden wedding, high class, and secluded without you and your guest having to drive hours and hours out to the literal middle of nowhere. It's an ACTUAL treasure, a complete gem of a wedding venue and I'm 1000% a fan. But enough about this glorious little venue... let's get into Jessica and Kev's story at the Rambling Rose.
Like most wedding stories in 2020, Jess and Kev needed to downsize their wedding due to the pandemic. However, guest still flew in from different parts of the world to see them tie the knot although fewer than originally anticipated. Still like most weddings that continue in 2020, it was no less than a party.
Jessica and Kevin opted for a first look in the ceremony space and front loaded their day with couples portraits before the November sun set. Lou, Jess and Kev's dog was delighted to be a part of every interaction that happen that day. Roaming free he was certain to greet everyone with a wet and welcoming boop.
Guest tuned in via facetime to witness the pair say I do. It truly such an amazing time we live in to which guest don't have to miss out on events such as weddings. The thrill of the day turned over into the evening as everyone dances and partied knowing that despite the current state of the world, love still prevails and there still reason to be joyful.
Jessica and Kevin, I congratulate you on your new found journy. You've found love next door and brought it into an eternal union. May you have just enough hardship to grow you love deeper and bind you closer together and enough joy to carry you through life! Cheers!
Photography by Rebekah Paul Photography
Venue: Rambling Rose Ranch
Florals: Petite Fleur by Sydney Cooksey