Jesse & Jamie

Sunday, July Thirteenth
Two Thousand Fourteen

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The Schedule

A closer look at the events of the day

3 o’clock to 6 o’clock

We, along with a cold beverage (or two), will welcome your arrival to what is sure to become our most favorite day. Sit back and enjoy, this is a Sunday after all. Or if you are so inclined, please participate in the games & activities that will be provided for your amusement.

Quarter past 6 o’clock

Let us gather under the willow tree for our short but sweet ceremony. We will laugh, we will cry, we will all be together. It will be but a moment, but it’s impact will last a lifetime.

7 o’clock to 8 o’clock

Small things become great when done with love.

Approximately 8 o’clock

“Dining with one's friends and beloved family is certainly one of life's primal and most innocent delights, one that is both soul-satisfying and eternal.” - Julia Childs.

Approximately 9 o’clock

Most traditional portion of the celebration happens at dusk. Speeches will be made, a cake will be cut, and a first dance will happen. Most important of all, memories will be made.


A great day deserves dancing. That’s just math. We all know life is for deep kisses, strange adventures, midnight swims & rambling conversations… This is when we embrace that sentiment wholeheartedly.

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Fortune may favor the brave, but luck favors the prepared.

    Crossed Keys
  • Men & Women
    Cocktail Attire
  • Prepare for
    Hot & Cold Weather
  • Rough Terrain
    Choose Shoes Accordingly
  • Snacks provided but
    Eat lunch first
  • Open bar but feel free to
    bring your favorite
  • Kids welcome
    not encouraged
  • Reception planned
    late into the night
  • plenty of room for everyone to
    Bunk at the Ranch
  • Monday morning
    breakfast will be served
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The Ranch

“We were together. I forget the rest”
- Walt Whitman

    • Tipis

      Tipi Encampment

      Five 16' Sioux-style tipis, each sleeps four comfortably in twin beds. Bring sleeping bags & pillows. Lit by lantern.

    • Bunk House

      Bunk House

      Nine sleeping cabins, 12'x14' with built-in bunk beds for eight. Bring your sleeping bag & pillow.

    • Tent Medow

      Tent Meadow

      Two 16'x14' canvas walled tents, on redwood decks outfitted with antique queen beds & fresh linens.

    • Tent Medow

      Log Cabin

      One 22' by 24' cabin sleep six in the upstairs loft with antique beds & fresh linens. Relax in the private hot tub that overlooks the meadow.

For more information about lodging and amenities at the ranch, please click here.

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Nearby Hotels

It isn’t about being inseparable, it’s being separated & nothing changes.

While we would love for us all to watch the sunrise together, we understand that you might want to sleep. Sleep is good. If sleep, privacy or silence is important to you, please book a hotel close the the ranch. Here are a few locations close by:

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The Directions

"Not all those who wander are lost"
- J.R.R. Tolkien

Get directions here

The Registry

“Travel is the only thing you buy, that makes you richer.”
- Unknown

Please know that your presence is the best gift you could provide. We do not want you to feel obligated to give anything else, however if we were honored with a gift, we are very much looking forward to a honeymoon and any contribution towards that will always be sincerely appreciated.

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Looking Forward to seeing you!

Jesse & Jamie

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