Mary Beth + Peter are foodies at heart, so when it came time to plan their Parisian industrial farmer’s market wedding, they knew one thing: the day had to include all of their favorite foods + farmer’s market finds! The team at Amorology Weddings did an absolutely amazing job of incorporating food into the decor. The tables were named after the couple’s favorite fruits + veggies, crates and baskets of produce were artfully scattered around the venue, and the creative farmer’s market escort card wall is truly one of the coolest displays I’ve seen…just wait until you see it! Here’s even more about the day from the Amorology team:
We knew from the start that these two needed just the right caterer and we called upon Root Cellar to help customize everything for them for their big day including the tastiest bruscetta bar. We additionally wanted to pull food into the decor as a nod to their frequent visits to the farmer’s market while marrying a subtle industrial feel into the decor to infuse their love of architecture and clean lines as well. We brought in Parisian cafe chairs and wood farm tables which were named after different items found at the farmers market and designed with cinder blocks, produce and fresh cut florals by Twigg Botanicals.
Thanks so much to Fonyat Photography for sharing these lovely images with us today and big congrats to the happy couple!
The farmer’s market wall is so cool, right?! And love the Edison bulbs hanging above to drive home the industrial vibe.
And isn’t their sweetheart table lovely? So cozy + full of beautifully designed details…
Guests were treated to an array of macaroons + cupcakes by Hey There, Cupcake for dessert. Loving the hints of concrete + the cute “You, Me, Oui” sign! :)
Processional: Bolero a Marcos
Recessional: Y Enamorarse
First Dance: Junk of the heart (Happy) – The Kooks
Congratulations to Mary Beth + Peter and best wishes from GWS!
photography: Julio Fonyat of Fonyat Photography // event design + planning: Amorology Weddings // venue: Luce Loft San Diego, California // florals: Twigg Botanicals // wedding dress: Jemma Gown by Watters // jewelry: local designer Suki Bijoux // shoes: Prada // bridesmaid dresses: an eclectic mix of blues the bridesmaids chose on their own // hair + makeup: Swell Beauty // cinematography: Max & Molly // paper goods: Letter Box Ink for invites, day of paper by Peanut Press Creative , wood table name lettering by Pitbulls & Posies // catering: Root Cellar // cake: Hey There, Cupcake // music: DJ Fishfonics, ceremony music acoustic guitar by Anthony Garcia // officiant: Derek Rice // vintage rentals: Pow Wow Vintage for tables and chairs, and Archive Vintage for lounge furniture // lighting installation: Typewriter Boneyard // linens: La Tavola