Wedding photographer Chris J Evans shared this beautiful elopement of Katie and Brandon with us.
"One of the good things to come out of this pandemic has been seeing how many couples have powered through and proved that love is definitely not cancelled."
Just four weeks before their elopement, Katie and Brandon reached out to their wedding vendors to begin planning their big day. After visiting the magnificent 100-acre property of Kestrel Park in Santa Ynez, they were in love.
"The ceremony was held in the sycamore lined allée, where they were married under a circular arch trimmed with greenery, vines and clusters of white and cream florals created by Camellia Floral Design."
"Following the ceremony, guests were invited to the gardens to enjoy fresh welcome beverages provided by Field to Table including local ingredients such as cucumber, basil, strawberry, blackberry and rosemary. Guests were then transported to SY Kitchen where Katie & Brandon hosted an al fresco style family dinner in the courtyard.
Katie and Brandon's elopement is a beautiful reminder that intimate weddings can be just as meaningful and special as any full size wedding!"
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