Tyler and Jessica's Wedding at The Rustic Pymm Ranch


I knew Tyler and Jessica from when I lived out in Temecula, but hadn't seen them since moving to Los Angeles some years ago. So I was quite excited to not only get to see them again, but be a part of this exciting chapter of their love story.  To make things even better, I discovered it would be at the Pymm Ranch, which just so happens to be one of my all time favorite wedding venues in Southern California.

Down a bumpy little dirt road out in Winchester California, you'll find the hidden gem of a wedding venue called the Pymm Ranch. Sitting on thirteen acres and surrounded by 1,000 acres of reserve, this wonderful country venue has rustic charm in spades. From the idyllic pond, sprawling oak trees, and rustic wooden bridges; to the old silo converted into a changing room complete with chic industrial style furniture. There's so much to love, that it proved a challenge deciding exactly where to shoot! This was my second wedding at the venue and yet I have no doubt my explorations have only begun to scratch its' surface. I've know the Pymm's since I was a little punk in Jr. High, some fourteen years ago. So you can trust me when I say they are amazing folks and really go out of their way to make weddings at their ranch special. If you're currently planning a wedding in the Winchester/Temecula area look no further.

Now the wedding itself was wonderful thing to experience. As you can see from the images below these two were madly in love and it just overflows from these photographs. Few weddings I have had the pleasure of photographing have had such an obvious outpouring of love and emotion. Now sit back and enjoy this love story.



If you'd like to see more of this beautiful wedding at the Pymm Ranch check out the extended gallery here

 bride puts on her veil before ceremony at rustic pymm ranch wedding venue in temecula california

Every wedding venue should have a rustic wooden bridge like this. Don't forget the towering trees wrapped in ivy and the sea of fallen leaves!

Eucalyptus makes everything better. What a perfect accent to the gold foil, black flowers, and red berries. One of my all time favorite wedding cakes for sure!