A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding

A country club can be the perfect venue for a happy couple, and this wedding was no exception. Pastel colors and tearful moments were abound as this couple exchanged vows and became husband and wife. Read on to see how this country club wedding turned out.

Bride and Groom Outside | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Mother’s Jewelry

The bride’s strapless sequined dress was absolutely beautiful on her as she got ready for her big day. When it was finally time, she put on her mother’s jewelry, who passed away only a few days before. It was a beautiful way to have a piece of her mother with her on such an important day.

Bride Getting Ready | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Mother's Jewelry | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Light Colored Reception

As the bride was finishing up with her wardrobe, last minute touches were put on the reception space. The room was filled to the brim with pastel colored flowers and black accents, like the chalk table numbers.

Reception Table | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

 

Personalized glass milk jars were placed at each seat for guests to take home and enjoy long after the big day.

Milk Jar | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

 Elated First Look

The bride gracefully descended a set of stairs to catch a first glance at her future husband. With a simple tap on the shoulder, he turned around and his face spread into the biggest ear to ear smile. Nothing is sweeter than seeing a groom’s face when he sees his blushing bride for the first time!

First Look | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Groom Sees Bride | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Pastel Bridal Party

The pastel colored flowers at the reception were a perfect match for the bridesmaids’s dresses. And though they all wore different styles, the pale pink of each of the dresses mixed with the lilac, orange and green in the bouquets complimented the bride beautifully.

Bridesmaids with Bride| A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

 

The groomsmen, looking extremely dapper in their black suits and bow ties, had their own pastel boutonnières to match the lovely ladies.

Groomsmen and Groom | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Here Comes the Bride

When it was time for the ceremony to begin, there was an adorable parade of family and friends to walk down the aisle. Who doesn’t love cuddly dogs in bowties and babies in wagons? The “Here Comes the Bride” sign behind the wagon was an adorable touch, too!

Dogs Down the Aisle | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Here Comes the Bride Sign | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Outdoor Ceremony

Their ceremony was heartfelt, with the couple’s vows clearly coming straight from the heart. There was laughter, teasing and brief moments of tears. And as the sun went down, they exchanged rings and promised to love each other for the rest of their lives.

Exchanging Rings | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

First Kiss | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Pink Balloons

As everyone walked back down the aisle for the recessional, a large bouquet of pink balloons was released in memory of the mother of the bride. It was a beautiful and touching tribute, and it was the best way the ceremony could have ended.

Pink Balloons | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Balloon Tribute | A Soft-Colored Country Club Wedding |Randy + Ashley

Vendors:

Photographer:  Randy + Ashley | DJ: California DJ | Event Planner: Desert Dream Parties | Hair Stylist: Dishwater Blonde Salon | Cinema and Video: Emotion Picture Studio | Invitation Designer: Fleming’s Printed Affair | Floral Designer: jensens | Event Venue: La Quinta Country Club

What tear jerking moment of this country club wedding was your favorite? Tell us in the comments below!

Happy Planning!

 

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