This wedding (and all the extra details) showcase a beautiful arrangement of femininity, pearls, shades of peach, champagne and love! And how cute are the pictures with the parasols? This wedding is perfect to show off on this rainy day in San Diego.
It was freshman orientation at Brigham Young University when a friend introduced Jessica to Hunter. They bonded instantly and discovered they had attended high school together in San Diego. “I don’t know how we grew up so close and never met each other,” Hunter says. “I guess she never noticed me.” He proposed on November 1, 2008, and long-distance planning commenced for their hometown ceremony and reception, slated for just three months later. “He’s probably the sweetest boy I’ve ever met in my entire life,” Jessica says. Desiring a wedding that exuded femininity, Jessica chose pearls and peaches for their theme, incorporating accents of pewter for the winter and champagne for warmth. She and wedding planner Heather Balliet of Amorology conceptualized the theme using one of Jessica’s purchases during a trip to London: a peach shirt decorated with pearls and silver threading. She wore her mother’s pearl earrings, a strand from her grandmother and pearls draped around the bouquet, which was also accented with the dainty white spheres.
Catering: Crown Point Catering. Cake: Groom’s mom. Ceremony and reception location: Private residence in Olivenhain. Event coordination and design: Amorology. Flowers: Twigg Botanicals. Gown: Penelope’s, Penelope Perkins, Salt Lake City. Suits: Friar Tux. Bridesmaid dresses: Adrianne Papell. Invitations: Courtney Scowby Designs. Made-to-order donut dessert station: Party Donuts. Linens: Wildflower Linens. Rentals: Classic Party Rentals. Photography: Natalie Norton Photography. Videographer: Benny Ek Video .