March 25, 2017

GOATS, CHEESE & ONE INCREDIBLE OUTDOOR WEDDING VENUE

The time we spent with Kerstin and Spencer to check out their outdoor wedding venue was nothing short of therapeutic. We escaped the concrete jungle of LA and transformed from Los Angeles wedding photographers into SLO wedding photographers. Well, technically SLO engagement photographers. Anyway, Kerstin and Spencer live on a ranch in Morro Bay; she works at a creamery, he at a brewery. Kerstin invited us to their outdoor wedding venue, Stepladder Ranch and Creamery, to meet some of her furry friends. While there we spent time playing with goats (not enough, in our opinion), and got a glimpse into Kerstin’s routine. We were also lucky enough to tour The Big House, a gorgeous 5-bed 4-bath vacation home on the hill. Click on the link for an incredible virtual tour yourself! We will be saving our photos for Kerstin and Spencer’s big day. For now, enjoy these fun photos at this beautiful outdoor wedding venue!

Stepladder Ranch: The Outdoor Wedding Venue...Can You Spot The Big House?
Did You Know That Goats Have Rectangular Pupils?
Kerstin Loving On Her Favorite Pal, Wasabi
Mike Showing Wasabi Her Close Up
Wasabi Is All About That Bass
Goats Taking An Interest In Mike
Sari Making Friends At The Outdoor Wedding Venue
A Late Afternoon Snack
This Outdoor Wedding Venue Comes With A Direwolf
This Is Not The Outdoor Wedding Venue; This Is The Creamery
An Outdoor Wedding Venue With Cheese Is OK In Our Book
The Pasteurizer
SO. MUCH. CHEESE.
Moldy Cheese Cover (Don't Worry, For Storage Only)
Learning The Art Of The Creamery
Delicious Triple Cream Cheese
The Bride and Her Pal, Wasabi...."See You In April!"
About Stepladder Creamery

Head Dairyman and Cheesemaker, Jack Rudolph first discovered his love for goats after visiting a goat dairy in Northern California with his sister. Shortly thereafter, he began procuring fresh goat milk and making his own cheeses at home while working at a tech startup in Palo Alto. He quickly found himself drawn to cheesemaking more than anything else. Jack decided to purchase his own goats and move to Stepladder Ranch to take over his grandfather’s ranch operations. In addition, he built a creamery and dairy. Jack’s connection to his goats is greatly apparent, and the cheese he makes is a result of the strong relationship and bond he has built with his herd today.

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