On this warm summer day, guest were greeted by adorable ice teas served in tiny mason jars. Which really helped set the mood for this simple, sweet and beautiful backyard wedding. Not really a backyard, more of a large field complete with horses and a pond! The bride chose to stay sustainable by using baby succulents as her favors and large ones for centerpieces. She painted reclaimed wood for her table numbers and used fresh honey colored linens for all the long, family styled tables. The groom made his own beer, San Diego caterer, Eco Caters served amazing local, organic food, many hot air balloons flew overhead, and the great Jesi Haack was there to flood every corner with beauty and creative details.

A Californian inspired meal was served by Eco Caters, complete with vegetarian burritos. For dessert the newlyweds presented their guest with a refreshing acia bar, featuring Sambazon sorbet, complete with healthy toppings. What a great way to finish off a summer meal!

The guest then danced under the stars to the pleaseing beats of DJ Chris Chamberlin. As the bride and groom ran to their get away car and escaped into the night.

Event Designer: Jesi Haack Weddings

Photography: Aaron Young

Entertainment: DJ Chris Chamberlin

Acia: Sambazon

Catering: Eco Caters