This one of a kind wedding, photographed by the great Rochelle Mort, is full of delightful details that are sure to make your jaw drop.
As you can see, Jillian and Timothy (aka. Boomer) are a beautiful couple!
After glancing through their photos, you know that they enjoyed every second of their special day. I also loved every moment of viewing this magical wedding.
I want to start by showcasing the incredible fashion! The bride looked timeless in a Marisa gown with a sweetheart neckline and floral sash.
To incorporate some sass, Jillian wore a pair of mustard colored peep toe pumps with shimmering gray fabric flowers. SO SWEET!
In their stylish statement necklaces, dresses from lula kate, gray satin heels, etc, Jillian’s bridesmaids looked ultra chic. You can tell that they were excited to be part of occasion (and who wouldn’t be when you can look that fabulous?).
I am convinced there was a celebrity stylist on board putting all of these darling and cohesive ensembles together.
I also wonder if these precious kids have agents yet…they are ridiculously cute!
When it came to selecting the perfect location, the couple searched up and down the state of California, but ultimately there was no place like home.
They agreed that having the wedding at the bride’s family estate and farm in Tulare would make the occasion even more special.
“I love the fact that every time I go home I will remember one of the most special days of my life,” said Jillian.
I am certain that their 300 wedding guests gushed about the spectacular venue. What a dreamy looking cocktail hour?
The incredibly unique and personalized touches that were part of this occasion blew me away.
Some of my favorites include; the “Boomerang” and “Jillybean” signature cocktails; a hanging display of various men’s ties used as seating cards, a sweet table that had personalized doughnuts and other treats, a late night “Taco Riendo” stand, and an incredible floating picture wall along the back of the head table featuring vintage family photographs in black and white.
According to Jillian, “Having grown up on a dairy farm, I knew from the beginning that I wanted my wedding to have a rustic feel. It was also important to me to keep the elegance factor incorporated as much as possible.”
Jillian knew she was in great hands with the help of her mother, who she admires for always getting things done.
“From sewing the table runners to collecting mix-matched silverware through ebay auctions, she did it all.” she said.
The bride also credited her trusty wedding coordinator, Tanya Fulghum of Soiree Event Designs & Couture Floral for helping to execute the wedding of her dreams.
From the get go, Tanya understood her style and put Jillian at ease throughout the whole planning process.
The reception was not only stunning, it was an absolute blast!
It was extremely important to Jillian that they selected an AMAZING band to keep guests on the dance floor. The James Gang of West Coast Music did just that.
“Besides walking down the aisle to my future husband, the most memorable part of the day was coming into the reception tent after being announced for the first time as Mr. and Mrs. Murray,” said Jillian.
“It was amazing to look around and see the faces of so many people who have been a part of our lives in different ways, all in one place, and for one reason: to celebrate with us! I felt excited, loved, happy, and most of all, blessed.”
- Ceremony Location: Private Church
- Reception Location: Bride’s family residence (Tulare, CA)
- Photographer: Rochelle Mort Photography
- Assistant Shooters: Gary Mort and Sonny Requejo
- Catering/Food: The Vintage Press
- Coordinator: Tanya Fulghum, Soiree Event Designs & Couture Floral
- Florist: Sweet Memories
- Rentals: Wildflower Designs , Classic Party Rentals, Town & Country Party Rentals
- Wedding dress: Marisa
- Jewelry: Earrings, Perfect Details
- Bridesmaid’s dresses: lula kate
- Videographer: Curtis Nemetz
- Hair: Jamie Vander Poel
- Shoes clips: Mikiye Creations
- Makeup: Elisha Reynoso
- Cake: Goodies
- Music: The James Gang, West Coast Music
- Officiant: Msgr. Rick Urizalqui