A Whimsical Wedding at Ahmanson Ranch in Calabasas, California

Taylor Tronson (23 and in advertising) and Grant Bridges (24 and an entrepreneur) threw a chic modern yet bohemian wedding in the open air overlooking

Taylor Tronson (23 and in advertising) and Grant Bridges (24 and an entrepreneur) threw a chic modern yet bohemian wedding in the open air overlooking Malibu Canyon, at Ahmanson Ranch in Calabasas, California in California. "We wanted everything about the day to feel really fresh and organic," Taylor says. To achieve this, the decor was soft and light with draping fabrics, candlelight and plenty of greenery. Vintage mirrors and gold-lace table overlays added whimsy to the design. The ceremony was held on the south side of the Ahmanson house and was surrounded by lush lawns and trees. The natural beauty of the location itself allowed for simplistic decor, including a birch arch topped with sheer draping fabric and white florals. "The scene was truly magical," Taylor says. "It was one of the many reasons we immediately fell in love with our venue upon visiting." —Allie Volpe

Taylor's friend Megan from Meg Loves Design created the invitations, including hand-painting the ivy garland design.
Among the day's elegant gold features, including jewelry and table chargers, Taylor's BHLDN shoes had lace detailing and sparkly gold heels.
Grant and his groomsmen wore navy linen Zara suits, hemmed at the ankle to show off their brown shoes.
A series of vintage mirrors that had been painted on by one of Taylor's bridesmaids were used as decoration throughout the reception, including by the globe guest book and one displaying menu items.
The ceremony featured a simple design with white folding chairs and white parasols. Bunches of baby's breath lined the aisle.
Each bridesmaid chose her own dress in a shade of blush. Rosebud Floral Design fashioned flower crowns for each bridesmaid.
The ceremony location featured beautiful views of Malibu Canyon. A birch arch with greenery and sheer fabric awaited the couple at the end of the aisle.
Taylor wore a cathedral-length Juliet cap veil made by her mother-in-law from materials she and her mother had purchased together. To top the look, a gold flower was placed by her right ear.
In lieu of a traditional guest book, Taylor and Grant had a table with globes for guests to sign. The table was adorned with ivy and photos of the couple.
White lanterns were placed at the center of each reception table. A semicircle arrangement of deep red and white florals, greens and herbs surrounded each lantern. Small votive candles tied the arrangement together. Wooden blocks with hand-painted calligraphy served as table numbers.
The dessert buffet table was fully stocked with a number of cakes, cupcakes and cookies. Colorful strands of streaming fabric served as a backdrop.
The reception was illuminated with Edison bulbs and bistro lights to provide a soft and romantic aesthetic. A live band provided all the evening's music.