Jenny + Jeff’s Vintage Whimsy Wedding

Happy Monday! We have lots of great things to share this week. This past weekend I attended the B-List, and had a chance to see many talented bloggers and meet new ones. Recap coming soon! Jenny and Jeff were married at the Ralston White Retreat in California. Natasha from Choco Studio was super sweet to send us images from this charming quirky wedding. Needless to say, I am loving Jenny’s vintage wedding dress with all the ruffles. Their gorgeous centerpieces had a mix of succulents, vintage tea cups and silver plated teapots that reminded me of this post from a few months ago about succulent centerpieces with vintage silver plated vases. They also had animal masks for guests to wear at the reception, which subtly reminds me of Where the Wild Things Are.

Vintage Wedding bear mask quirky California by Choco class=
Ralston White Retreat wedding vintage quirky feather hair class=
Succulent apothecary wood slices bark centerpieces vintage teapot class=
Unique modern wedding bouquets lamb's class=
Outdoor evening backyard wedding cheer leading pompoms vintage ruffled wedding class=

Choco Studio is based in San Francisco, California but will travel worldwide.

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20 Comments
  1. wow- what a unique and interesting wedding! The details are so varied, yet all seem to blend together well {and I love the masks}!
    great seeing you this weekend, as always!

  2. This is a fabulous wedding! The bride’s dress is awesome! There aren’t many women I know who could pull this look off…but she works the hat.

  3. Elizabeth @ Dapper Paper totally nailed it – Indie Rock all the way. This wedding looks like a blast and looks perfectly put together all at once. I adore all the little details, but I think my favorite is the reference to the succulents used throughout on the favor box – paired with the netting tie? Divine.
    p.s. – I can’t wait to hear about this next Ruffledblog opening!? I’ll be on the edge of my seat.

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