Rachel and Brenden’s Rustic Riverside Fall Wedding in California by Kayla Irene Photography

Hello you lovely people and welcome to a wonderful Wednesday on the blog. Today I am bringing you the most delightful wedding of Rachel and Brenden who were married on 24th September 2022 in Bakersfield, Kern County, California. This is a classic fall wedding, full of beautiful warm tones and cosy decoration. Terracotta, gold, browns and cream all go towards making this beautiful warm colour palette. Both the outdoor ceremony and outdoor reception make the most of the Californian sunshine, with the low light of the season really adding that extra warmth to the day. This is a stunning wedding, full of joy, cheer and stunning detailing, all put together by Fairy Godmother a Wedding & Event Company and captured by Kayla Irene Photography.

Colleen Bauer from Fairy Godmother Wedding Planners tell us more about the day

This September wedding was full of all the fall feels. Mixtures of copper, burnt orange, and touches of gold created the perfect colour palette. Rachel and Brenden tied the knot in front of friends and family at a beautiful outdoor venue, overlooking the kern river. The lush romantic florals installed by Aimee Williamson provided the perfect cozy-boho charm. Sparkling gold cutlery and crystal auburn goblets, it truly was a special gathering. The night arrived and the mood was transformed into a magical evening with the night sky peeking through the strung lights making for an intimate and cosy gathering.



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