Tabitha & Andrew’s wedding at Hidden Hollow in Reedley CA was a magical day nestled in an oasis of orchards & farmlands. Hidden Hollow is located in the Central Valley, and it really lives up to its name. It is truly hidden! On my drive out to the venue for Tabitha and Andrews’s wedding day, I never would’ve guessed that a beautiful wedding venue existed in this long stretch of land. Overlooking Wahtoke Lake and the surrounding the foothills of The Sierras, full of seemingly endless farmland, Hidden Hollow has a natural beauty wrapped in timeless elegance.
I always feel like I have a story to tell when it comes to how I know my couples. Tabitha and Andrew are no different. Tabitha and I actually went to high school together! But we never really knew each other well. However, when her and Andrew began planning their wedding day, she didn’t hesitate to reach out to me. You can imagine my surprise when I heard from her. I was delighted to hear about her upcoming wedding. But even more excited to capture every detail for her and Andrew.
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The beautiful grounds of Hidden Hollow in Reedley CA are wonderful if you’re planning an outdoor wedding ceremony. Tabitha and Andrew said I do at “The Hollow”. Located at the bottom of the venue’s property, The Hollow is surrounded by Mulberry trees. It creates a hidden garden vibe for a romantic outdoor wedding. Once they were pronounced husband and wife, Tabitha and Andrew hosted their guests at the venue’s Grand Ballroom. The dance floor was filled with club bangers that kept the energy of the guests lively and vibrant all night long!
But, my favorite part of the night was taking the bride and groom for a sunset stroll on the grounds of Hidden Hollow. The trees were filled with streams of light peeking through for one last time before nightfall. Scroll through the photos below to see every moment of Tabitha & Andrew’s best day ever!