Bride and groom pose for a portrait in front of a stone wall at Heritage House in Arroyo Grande

Rob and Kelsey

I was on vacation with my family in Minnesota when I first heard from Kelsey. We chatted while I was at the hotel and after getting to know her a little, I knew it would be a wonderful wedding. She had everything planned out so well and the wedding was still months away. I’m a big planner myself and I don’t like to leave things to the last minute, so I knew she was my kind of person.

Even though she lived out of state at the time, we were able to meet at the venue several weeks before the wedding. The historic Heritage House in Arroyo Grande was graciously hosting the event and we were easily able to make a plan for where she wanted pictures taken and what the day would look like. She really did have it all planned and I LOVED it!

Their hard work paid off and the Heritage House wedding proceeded seamlessly. The attention to detail was spot on and everything was just as they wanted.

Bride and groom looking at each other while standing on a bridge at Heritage House in Arroyo Grande

Getting Ready Photos

The Wedding Ceremony

Formal Portraits

Arroyo Grande was amazing for formal portraits. The central location of the Heritage House made it easy to explore the village and got to all the good spots for those dreamy formal portraits.

The Reception

It was a beautiful evening for a wedding reception. Their family and friends had a blast dancing the night away and catching up with each other.

Looking for more wedding inspiration? Check out this wedding at Higuera Ranch.

To learn more about the Heritage House, having a Heritage House Wedding and the history of Arroyo Grande, visit

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