Racquel and Marc's wedding may have been pushed back and downsized due to COVID-19 restrictions, but nevertheless, the ceremony was just as beautiful and enchanting as their original plans.
The Perfect 10: A Colorful Garden Wedding
With such an adorable proposal carefully planned by Ryan, their
wedding was sure to be a hole-in-one! Ryan and Jen both love the game of
golf, so on 10-10-10, at the 10th green of Trump National Golf Course,
driving cart number 10, and at 10:10am, the magical question was popped.
Ryan cleverly shared that with all of these 10’s surrounding
them, the only 10 he was missing was Jen. So it’s
logical to assume Ryan and Jen’s wedding would be just as charming. The couple selected Walnut Grove at Tierra Rejada Ranch
in Moorpark, a real working farm on 120 acres with a babbling creek,
towering eucalyptus trees, and 50 year-old walnut trees. With the help
of Belle of the Ball Designs
for both floral and vintage props and rentals, Jen’s vision of a
vintage “Anthropologie-esque” wedding was wonderfully achieved. One of
the biggest hits of all, the DIY project where Jen’s mother made an 8ft x
4ft sign that read the couple’s last name, Valley, and was lit with
1600 Christmas lights. As guests enjoyed the cocktail reception, they
were intrigued with the illuminating display from afar, which later
became their impromptu photo booth staged with a vintage couch.