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Ramble Creek Vineyard Wedding || Caroline & Jake

A Spring Wedding at Ramble Creek Vineyard

Caroline and Jake’s spring wedding at Ramble Creek Vineyard was absolutely stunning. The week leading up to their big day had a cold front come through, lots of rain, and just all around nasty weather. And then Saturday came and it was warmer, bright & sunny, and literally perfect. The sunset photos I got of Caroline & Jake at Ramble Creek Vineyard are some of my favorite Ramble Creek Vineyard photos I’ve ever taken. Just wait until you see them… shew… they are gorgeous.

Spending the day with these two and their friends and family was seriously so easy. They were all so thoughtful and considerate. I can’t tell you how many times I had a wedding party member or a family member come up and thank me for being a part of Caroline & Jake’s day. My response was always you’re welcome but truth is, I am the lucky one. I am the thankful one. I am the one that should be saying thank you to them for choosing me to be a part of their day.

This is such a little thing that truly shouldn’t mean as much as it does, but when it comes to food on a wedding day, there are a lot of tricky situations. I often times don’t eat lunch because I’m running around like a crazy person trying to get everything I need to get before the formal portrait time starts. I will often not eat all together, and if I do have 2 minutes, I’ll just scarf down a larabar. Caroline & Jake added me, my second shooter, and my content creator to the list of people to eat the lunch the venue provided. They designated time in the timeline for me to sit down and have a bite and while that seems like such a insignificant gesture… running around a venue at full speed for 12 hours is a lot easier to do when you have some sustenance in your body. Then when we got to the reception, they had three table seats for us to sit down with some other guests and eat dinner just like their guests. There are some vendors who hate doing this. They feel awkward and like it’s inappropriate to dine with guests and it looks bad to the other guests, but honestly, I love it. By the time the wedding day has arrived, I feel more like a friend than a guest anyway and it allows me to still be very present in the reception and pop up quickly if I need to. I chat with the guests I’m seated with, get to know them a little bit, and get to sit in a comfortable space with a table to eat at and it’s just one of the sweetest gestures. I said it earlier and I will say it again, but I’m just so thankful for the thoughtfulness Caroline and Jake showed me and my team. We are there to serve them and yet they turned right around and served us in a small way that really does make a huge difference. The meal time at the reception gives us more sustenance and a little recharge time to get up and join the party for the rest of the night!

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Vendors used by Caroline & Jake:

Assistant Photographer: Mary Nelson Photography

Content Creator: Content by Dev

Venue: Ramble Creek

Florist: Victoria Anne Flowers

Cake: Ramble Creek Cakes

Hair & Makeup: Bangs and Blush

Wedding Dress: Loveliest

Wedding Dress Designer: Pronovias

Bridesmaids Dresses: Azazie

Men’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse

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