Rebecca & Bond - Durham Ranch 

The detail at this venue was impressive: a simple white buoy, an old-fashioned bathtub, and a picturesque tractor.
The bride hung her elegant, one-shoulder dress at the french-style door to the Atlantic Hotel. The red windowsill went perfectly with the red white and green flower arrangements present at the tables.
Rebecca paired her long, one-shoulder wedding dress with plum heels with a little flower on top of each of them.
The pixy-cut bride puts on her purple shoes and gets ready for her big day. 
The bridal bouquet is simple, elegant, and classy, with an assortment of white peonies, roses, and green leaves. 
Everything is beautifully arranged, down to the marriage contract displayed on a piece of slate and the perfectly plump pillow holding the wedding bands. Guests are invited to help themselves to refreshments as well as sign the guestbook, an album full of pictures of the bride and groom. 
The ceremony space is simple and beautiful with minimal decoration but with everything in the white and green tones.  
The back of the bride's dress: long, simple, and white. Everything a wedding dress should be.
Violins played during the wedding ceremony, and guests were given little buckets full of white rose petals to throw at the newlyweds once they finally say "I do."
The bride wrote her own vows and recited them to her soon-to-be husband in front of all of their family and friends.
The large trees provided the perfect backdrop for the wedding. Once the ceremony over, the newlyweds walked down the aisle holding hands, smiling, and laughing. 
As part of their wedding the couple sawed a log together, each one holding one end of the giant saw. 
The newlyweds were all smiles and kisses when they snuck off for pictures. 
The outdoor tables were long and wooden, with only a couple of lanterns for decoration. Other tables were smaller and round, with long beige table cloths and little flower arrangements as centerpieces.
During the reception, guests had their choice of appetizers as they enjoyed the outdoor patio and pool. Dinner was served inside the barn, with high ceilings, large white lanterns, and long wooden tables. 
Each place setting had a napkin beautifully wrapped in the dinner menu and tied together with a custom name-tag. 
In the center of the tables was an arrangement of red and white flowers, surrounded by dark green and white leaves. 
A few white lawn chairs and a simple white fence turn a seemingly plain field into something elegant and peaceful.
The barn, view form outside, at night. 
Everyone enjoyed the wedding venue, both from the inside and from the outside.

Durham Ranch - Styled & planned by Rosemary Events.  Featured in Once Wed. 

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