Your Los Angeles Wedding Caterers went back to Malibu, this time the historic Adamson House for a whimsical wedding

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Eco Caters’, Los Angeles Wedding Catering Division, goes back to Malibu for another breathtaking wedding.

If you have never heard of the Adamson House and are interested in the History of California, this is definitely a place you should visit and tour. You do not have to be getting married or throwing an event to see these grounds. They have private tours with trained docents or you can be on your own time and stroll through the many locations of the estate. On this day, your Los Angeles Wedding Catering Division had the grounds all to ourselves. We were taken care of by State Park Troopers which were great to have on hand for any questions or concerns. The Adamson House Loggia – This classic Malibu home was built in 1930 for Rhoda Rindge Adamson and her husband, Merritt Huntley Adamson. The house shares its location with one of the most beautiful beaches in Southern California. During the early 1900s, before this now museum was built, the land was said to be the most valuable single real estate holding in the United States.

Today, the property, not the home, can be “rented” for the day and be the backdrop for your Los Angeles Wedding. Catering on this property is fun and different. The Bride and Groom really tried to use all the locations on the property they could, even joining their guests during pre-ceremony and providing guided tours of the home. As guests arrived they were ushered to The Front Courtyard to be greeted by our Bride and Groom with hugs and kisses. Upon entering this inviting courtyard filled with hidden gems, your Los Angeles Wedding Caterers were on hand with Mimosa’s, Sparkling Cider and a couple of tray passed items. Our darling couple chose Fresh Bruschetta with Tomato Concasse, Avocado Oil, and Preserved Lemon. Also being passed were Melon Basil Skewers with Pistachio Oil. Something our executive chef, Nick Brune, felt would go great with the refreshment choice.

While our Bride went into hiding in The Bride’s Dressing Room, the ushers were gathering all the guests towards ceremony which was at The Star Fountain Lawn. On their way, place-rocks, instead of place-cards, told them which table to go to. The next stop on their journey was to find a chocolate fountain from Le Chocolate Fountain at www.LeChocolateFountain.com and an open bar including our Organic Beverage Station of Sage Lemonade and Chai Iced Tea. The ceremony was beautiful and heartfelt being officiated by the Bride’s Great Uncle.

As for the spread, your Los Angeles Wedding Caterer pulled out all the stops. On the station was our Mezze Platter with Hummus, Baba Ganouj, Roasted Red Peppers, Olives Salad and Fresh Pita. The very popular Antipasto which you can find the full details at the top under Organic Menus. Spicy Chicken Skewers, Mixed Sliders, Truffled Grilled Cheese, and Samosa’s were also part of the fun. The salad was a simple Wild Arugula with Peach, Nectarine, Chevre and Apple Cider Vinaigrette. The B&G were concerned about the guests waiting to go through the buffet, so our Los Angeles Wedding Caterer decided to tray pass the final item which was the Beef Wellingtons. Perfect!!

At the end of it all, the Bride, Groom and guests were “thrilled with the food and the service”, “the flow of the entire day was on point”, “could not have asked for a more perfect affair”…except for the rain drizzle that ended the day early. But they say, that rain on your wedding day is supposed to be good luck!

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