Sobrina and Alan's sweet tooth peach wedding is a charming event that will have you smiling at the cleverness of this beautiful bride.
It is safe to say that she and her new husband have the cutest last name ever! If you did not guess it is, " Pies!" See more of this beautiful day, captured by Daniel Garcia, by scrolling down and by visiting the full gallery here. And don't miss out on their full budget breakdown below!
From Gavita Flora: Ainsley House’s old English charm and beautiful lush garden was the perfect setting for this whimsical, late summer wedding.
The ladies carried vibrant coral, blush and peach bouquets with streaming ribbons that fluttered in the warm breeze. The bride wore a white tulle Jenny Yoo dress adorned with a sparkling couture sash designed by Abigail Grace Bridal.
To the New Mr & Mrs Pies
Sobrina’s love for Alan’s last name“Pies” inspired a unique theme, which was carried out in special ways throughout the wedding. A charming, hand-painted sign which read, “For the Love of Pies,” welcomed guests into the reception space. The slogan was also used as their wedding Instagram hashtag and wedding website. They even placed a mini pie on each place setting for guests to enjoy (who doesn't love pie?)!
Pinata Reception Accessoires
As a nod to the Quinceanera where they first met, the couple incorporated touches of Mexico with their authentic Mexican cuisine catered by Taqueria Cazadores, as well as their sparkly, pink and gold piñata table numbers and “Love” sign designed by Kate K. Franklin.
Read on to see how much this sweet tooth peach wedding cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.
Our target budget for the wedding was $15,000 for about 100 guests. We ended up spending a total of $22,000, but we gave ourselves that wiggle room when we first started planning (which I'd highly recommend!) Although it wasn't the biggest budget, we were really able to stretch it by using a non-traditional caterer and having our friends and family pitch in. In the end, it was all worth every penny!
Cakes and Pies: $600
Invitations, Paper Goods and Hand-Painted Signs: $900
Bride's shoes: $120
Bride's jewelry: $160
Veil and sash: $375
Hair and makeup: $400
Groom's suit: $200
Wedding party gifts: $550