An Elegant, Vintage-Inspired Wedding at Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita, California

Toi-Lyn Everhart (30 and an event planner) and Greg Everhart (31 and a high school teacher) envisioned having their elegant wedding with a vintage twi

Toi-Lyn Everhart (30 and an event planner) and Greg Everhart (31 and a high school teacher) envisioned having their elegant wedding with a vintage twist along the central California coast, where they once took a romantic road trip together. The rustic event space surrounded by the woodland at Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita, California, served as the perfect spot. Kraft-paper wedding invitations that welcomed everyone to the occasion gave a sneak preview of the purple and gray palette, along with the day's vintage style seen through the mason jar designs. Toi-Lyn made their wedding vision come to life through touches of burlap and lace—from glass mason jars wrapped with lace and burlap that decorated tabletops to the ivory cake with lace designs propped up on a burlap-wrapped stand—blending nicely with Spanish Oaks Ranch's rustic elements. A long white-covered dining table seated the entire wedding party for the indoor-outdoor reception, draped in a string of burlap flags that read "Mr. & Mrs." where Toi-Lyn and Greg sat. Guests wrote personal messages on Jenga pieces that reflected Toi-Lyn and Greg's love for playing games, which also showed through the personalized cornhole setups. All the details were filled with charm, but we absolutely loved the jars filled with sweet honey given out as favors for guests to remember the extra-sweet day; thank-you messages on the lid added a personal touch. Check out more inspirations from this elegant, vintage wedding that we loved, below.

The wedding invitations made of brown kraft paper had purple text printed on its pages, sent to guests inside gray envelopes. The assortment reflected the day's gray and purple palette and gave off a vintage vibe with the mason jar designs depicted on the stationery.
The rustic wooden box wrapped with delicate lace at the bottom showcased the two wedding rings exchanged at the ceremony, with Toi-Lyn's engagement ring positioned in the middle.
Toi-Lyn stood in the middle of her bridesmaids, who wore plum-colored Jenny Yoo dresses that fell down to their knees. Since Toi-Lyn had been a dancer for 15 years, she wanted the dresses to be made of chiffon—the same material that was in the dancing skirts she used to wear.
Glass mason jars wrapped with burlap and lace layers had lovely messages displayed on the front, spelled out in individual white letters. Accents of lace, burlap and glassware made several appearances at Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita, California, which helped shape the day's vintage vibe.
Greg wore a gray suit from Friar Tux, in a shade lighter than his groomsmen. He paired his suit with an ivory tie, which matched Toi-Lyn's white wedding dress accented in lace.
At the outdoor ceremony, four wooden panels displayed a message for guests that read "come as you are, stay as long as you can, we're all family, so no seating plan."
The ceremony took place outside at Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita, California, where Toi-Lyn and Greg stood at the wedding arch draped in white linens and topped with branches, flowers and leaves.
Toi-Lyn held a round bouquet filled with romantic blooms that ranged from ivory roses to blushing bloom proteas and white hydrangeas, mixed with lavender sprigs and Queen Anne's lace.
Toi-Lyn and Greg walked over the wooden bridge surrounded by the natural woodland at Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita, California. Earlier in their relationship, Toi-Lyn and Greg took a road trip up the Central Coast from Los Angeles where they fell deeper in love. So when they got engaged, they knew where they wanted to get married.
The reception was partially inside, but mostly outside on the patio at Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita, California. The long head table covered in white linens had a string of burlap flags draped in the front and white paper lanterns hung from above.
White lanterns accented with dollies, netted material and rhinestones hung above the long head table at the reception, where the bridal party sat for the evening.
All the attention drifted toward Toi-Lyn and Greg as they entered the reception, dancing through the white doors at Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita, California. Toi-Lyn's strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline and trumpet-style silhouette flowed with her every movement as they made their grand entrance.
Glass mason jars on top of wooden slabs decorated the middle of dining tables. Hydrangeas, lavender and other blooms filled the vintage jars, positioned in front of various table numbers that represented Toi-Lyn and Greg's love for each other.
Instead of signing a traditional album, guests wrote messages on wooden blocks from the game Jenga. This alternative to a guest book reflected Toi-Lyn and Greg's love for playing games.
On the lapel of Greg's light gray jacket, a boutonniere filled with scabiosa pods and eucalyptus added a natural touch to his classic attire.
Toi-Lyn and Greg stood outside with their bridal party, which perfectly embodied the day's purple and gray palette. While the bridesmaids wore knee-length plum dresses designed by Jenny Yoo, the men matched with purple ties, paired with their gray suits.
Antique lanterns glowing with candles contributed to shaping the wedding's vintage vibe. The lantern had a fuchsia, peach and ivory flower arrangement draped from top to bottom, positioned on top of a wooden crate with a picture of Toi-Lyn and Greg inside.
Jars of honey stacked on top of one another had thank-you messages depicted on the lids, ready for guests to grab and take home—a sweet favor for a very sweet day.
The three-tier buttercream cake filled with chocolate buttermilk and pink champagne had a laser-cut topper of a happy bride and groom. A burlap-wrapped stand accented with buttons held up the entire dessert.
Toi-Lyn and Greg smiled with joy as they sat in the middle of the head table, surrounded by their bridal party. A string of burlap flags hung from the front of the table, which read "Mr. & Mrs." right where Toi-Lyn and Greg sat for the evening.