While it is super cold outside, Karmen's and Tony's yellow summertime wedding makes us officially long for summertime. Their San Marcos, California outdoor wedding was held at the Green Gables Estate, and was the inspiration behind the entire day.
Filled to the brim lemon details, succulents and quite a few do-it-yourself wedding projects. This included homemade lemonade, handmade wedding signs and a diy tree trunk cake stand. Keep reading for more details on their wedding, including a full on price break down from Karmen, and be sure to check out all the photos in the full gallery. Photographed by Mozi Photography.
As you see the entire event is filled with shabby-chic style signs. All handmade by Kamren's brother. He made sure that they all matched them perfectly to their save the dates and invitations.
Karmen and Tony knew their guests would be sitting in the hot sun during the ceremony so they made up individual mason jars filled with fresh-squeezed lemonade and peeled lemon rinds.
Kamren and Tony's Mom made all the floral/succulent arrangements on the tables including even the little chalkboard sticks with the table numbers. Kamren's Step-Mom made her famous homemade Lemon Ginger jam for wedding favors, hand packaged with cute fabric for that extra touch.
As you will see below, Tony and his father made the coolest cake stand! They took a huge log, fire treated and lacquered it for weeks before the wedding. They also cut the small pieces of wood that were placed under small flower arrangements and used throughout the cocktail and reception area.
Photographer: Mozi Photography
Venue, Coordinator, Cake & Caterer: Green Gables Estate
Flowers: Bonsall Village Florist
Stationery: J Padilla Designs
Makeup & Hair: Laura Duke
Dress Designer & Accessories: David's Bridal
Groom's Attire: Friar Tux
Officiant: Michael Upton | Jewelry: S & L Jewelers | Cinematography: Jen Martin | DJ: Chris Tuffer So many great details to this wedding. Wondering exactly how much Kameren and Tony's bid day cost? They were so gracious to share with us the final break down so, you too can see exactly how much it costs for 130 guests and 3 wedding crashers. Yup ... they had some wedding crashers. Read on to learn the cost
Wedding Venue $15,000 included was entrée three choices plated dinner, appetizers 4, cake, ceremony, reception, bridal suite, lines upgraded, glassware upgraded, coffee and tea bar and lighting Dress& Shoes $1000
Bartender we hired him through the venue $500 with Alcohol $800 beer, wine vodka and mixers
Signs Free used old wood and some paint Lemonade picked lemons from mother in law orchard FREE well cost of sugar $3
Candy and Popcorn Bar with the Glassware. You can find glass containers very inexpensive at Marshalls or Tj Max for a third of the cost. $300 for everything. Included 9 different candy and popcorn choices Homemade Jam $200 including jars Cookies $ 20 homemade shortbread lemon, lavender made around 400 of them
Flowers $1200 which did not include the centerpieces.
Videographer $500 was a friend Insurance - $200
Tux - $150 per rental Bridesmaid Dress and Shoes $200
Flower Girl Dress’s $120
Invitation and Save the Dates $300
Officiant–Free my brother