Eco Caters, a San Diego Wedding Caterer, helped throw an amazing backyard wedding in La Costa
We actually never met the bride until the big day! She planed the whole affair from afar with the help of Kristin from A Taylored Made Wedding, and a few loving friends. We really wanted to WOW the couple, and this San Diego Wedding Catering team did just that!
We started the cocktail hour with spicy Argentinean Lamb Skewer with Chimmi Churri, fresh Seared Albacore with Orange Grapefruit Slaw, and Fresh Bruschetta with Tomato Concasse, Avocado Oil, and Preserved Lemon, all prepared by San Diego Wedding Caterer, Eco Caters. While guest sipped on our house made lemonade and ice tea, the bride and groom formed their receiving line at the front door, welcoming each and every guest inside.
Once seated, San Diego wedding catering company, Eco Caters served champagne and cider along with our Herb Mix salad with Edible Flowers, Pea Sprouts, Heirloom Tomato, and Avocado Dressing. It was truly a very pretty summer salad! We then served a choice of Ancho Crusted Ribeye with Horseradish Beets and Scallion, Coconut Oil Poached Yellowtail with Celeriac, Lime Zest, and Cilantro, or Roasted Zuchinni with Parmesan and Panko finished with Deep Fried Squash Flowers and Marjoram Yogurt. The bride and groom were so please, the groom ate two plates! Guest chatted and enjoyed watching the cake being cut as they finished their meal. The cake was provided by sweet cheeks bakery and had the most delicate and wonderful design. All pictures were taken by Kayden Studio, a very cheery couple who fit perfectly into the crowd and got some amazing shots!
This home was an amazing place to hold a wedding. Their neighbors were gracious enough to allow them to hold the ceremony in their front yard, which worked perfectly. When holding a wedding at you home always try to think out of the box for ways to use the space. We removed a grill and turned the space into a bar. The family moved all of the lounge furniture onto the grass to make way for a dance floor. They had plenty of space for everything!