Charity and Jordan’s story began at a mutual friend’s bachelor party in 2009 (yes, that’s where they met!). Nearly five years later, that friend officiated their wedding ceremony at Camarillo Ranch House.
Charity and Jordan truly embraced creativity while planning their big celebration. Charity is a graphic artist and online fashion boutique owner, and she designed the couple’s website and invitations, and had custom stickers, placemats, and other paper goodies (including a Playbill as the wedding program) created for their wedding day.
The couple’s heartfelt ceremony, attended by 250 friends and family, highlighted how serendipitous it was that Charity and Jordan found each other. In Charity’s vows (spoken under a garland of white roses, hydrangea, and lush greenery framing Camarillo Ranch’s gazebo), she noted, “You’re a PC. I’m a Mac. I’m fashion. You’re function. And that works for us. Thank you for being a man who stands his ground when he needs to, but lets me indulge every once in a while. You and me, Luna. We got this.”
In lieu of traditional catering, Charity and Jordan welcomed food trucks Koji, Flat Iron, and Arroy for their guests to enjoy. While Charity and Jordan loved the vintage-inspired aesthetic of their historic venue, the couple’s outdoor reception most closely resembled a county fair, with snack bars, a s’mores station, carnival games like ring toss, lawn games such as croquet and bean bag toss, board games, a ping pong table, and a bar serving treats (like root beer floats, yum!) alongside signature cocktails.