Justin and Kelly had the perfect location for their white and gold accented wedding.With a tropical setting and a floral antique theme, their wedding was one to be inspired by.
The gorgeous couple wed in the fields of Huerto Los Tamarindos, a farm restaurant that dates back to the 19th century. Like many of the choices that this artistic couple would make that were out of the ordinary, they chose not to have a Cabo beach wedding, but to bring their guests somewhere unique. Los Tamarindos is a real working farm, and the couple made their vows alongside the growing herbs and vegetables. The farm was thriving and green, and provided a lush backdrop for the wedding. The entire property is walled with striking plant life.
The naturally growing hundred-year-old trees, and 200-year-old brick farmhouse (now the restaurant kitchen) offer a rustic and authentic ambiance which were layered with many modern elements to create a vibe that was perfectly ‘Justin and Kelly’. The ceremony arch was one of the most dramatic touches, and yet incredible simple. It was covered entirely in layered palm fronds, which not only embraced the many palm trees that grow wild in San Jose, but the simple elegance of greenery. The arch was positioned to perfectly frame the ceremony and the sprawling farm in the background. The couple chose modern, industrial brushed metal carlisle chairs for the ceremony seating, and the aisle was lined with the romantic glow of candle light.
The Rustic-Meets-Modern motif carried through the reception, where large rustic wooden tables were paired with urban chairs, and geometric lanterns were places between flower arrangements of wild greenery and simple white blooms. This reception boasted endless personal and artistic details. Name cards were hand painted on hexagon shaped stone tiles, tables numbers were custom-made with string art, and the natural greenery was literally brought to the table with individual monstera leaves resting on each dinner plate. Family-style tables filled the space, which was domed with a canopy of crawling greenery. The most interesting design detail in the reception was the custom copper chandeliers which were hanging in two corners, and framing the main table with warm Edison lights and a modern touch. In the middle of the reception was a gigantic mango tree that was strung with a hand-made, custom lighting installation that turned the tree into a work of art.
Special Thanks to Our Vendors:
Event Design and Coordination: Events by Bliss | DJ: Dj Alex | Photos: A Fist Full of Bolts | Band: Dart Collection | Flowers: Flowers and Events | Rentals: Cabo Wedding Co | Transportation: Impala Ground Services