Caroline and Jonathan met a couple years back via the internets!!! They hit it off and found that they had a lot in common! They both loved being outside. They both had a passion for hiking and camping… being outdoors is where they felt like home. Caroline also very enjoyed Jonathan’s sense of humor. While Jonathan was loving Caroline’s determination and the fact that he quickly learned that she is a “kick-ass” cook. After dating for sometime Jonathan wanted to “pop the question” so he did!! The proposal happened when they went to the western Sierras for a long weekend. They drove out to a campground that was down a long winding road that took two hours to traverse. After spending the night there they woke up early and went for a hike. After they hiked for many hours in the heat they decided to turn around and head back. While walking back they based a meadow and Jonathan tried to propose but lost his nerves and they ended hiking back to the campground that afternoon. From there we decided to head back to town and stay the night on a different lake. While driving to the campground they stopped at another meadow they drove by and Jonathan attempted to propose again. Sadly the mosquitoes were so thick he abandoned the proposal again and took shelter in the car. After finishing the drive they set up camp at the lake near town. They then decided to go watch the sunset at the lake. Right after the sun went Caroline suggested they leave and as Jonathan and Caroline stood up that is when he blurted out “I love you and I want to spend the rest of my life with you, will you marry me?” Caroline said “YES” and the wedding adventure started haha!!
Venue: Stone Brewing Company
Ceremony: Marston Point
Hair & Makeup: Juna Beauty
We loved shooting at the beautiful Stone Gardens! Here is what another bride thought!!
“LOVED this brewery. This was my first time being here or any brewery matter of fact. But I FELL IN LOVE. This location is sooo beautiful. Like to the point where I’d feel comfortable having a wedding rehearsal dinner here. My group and I went for a tour which was so much fun. My only complaint is that they did not inform us that we can’t have any drinks on the tour.. after paying they informed us we had some time and get a drink or two. So we did.
But as soon as we paid we headed over for the tour and they gave us the unfortunate news that there’s no drinks aloud. So we had to C H U G..
Their store is cool too they have lots to choose from such as jacket, t shirts, tanks, hoodies, hats, cups etc. as a proud Costco employee I get 20% off (I think) either way it was an amazing deal and I got a jacket and a hoodie for less than 50$”