Erin and Dan designed their one-of-a-kind wedding at the Paramount Ranch by infusing their quirky personality, sense of adventure and detailing it with a little rustic décor. Our Los Angeles wedding caterers were on hand to pull off this auspicious occasion.
The Paramount Ranch was used 50 years ago as a western film set, but it’s no ghost town. The Paramount Ranch is a one-of-a-kind wedding spot and if you’re in the market for a wedding location you owe yourself a visit. It’s cheaper to rent than almost any place in Los Angeles, and it’s beautiful! There’s a reason so many TV shows and movies were filmed on the 2,700-acre ranch. The scenery is peaceful, untouched and breathtaking. You can walk in any direction and feel like you’re in a romantic movie. Its a bit of a hall for a Los Angeles wedding caterer but there is plenty of space for a company to set up an on-sight kitchen.
The park centers on a quaint western town surrounded by steep Santa Monica Mountains. The town has it all: jail, hotel, train station, stables, barbershop, storefronts and more. The prize of the town is the Saloon. The Saloon makes for one of the most unique cocktail hours I’ve ever seen.
Our Los Angeles wedding catering company had so much fun bartending from the Saloon. Our Los Angeles wedding caterers poured dark beer in classic mugs, red wine straight from oak barrels, and sarsaparilla for the kiddies. The couple also brought in a rousing four-piece bluegrass band to play on the boardwalk in front of the hotel. With suds sloshing in everyone’s mug and the toe tappin’ music… it was quite the wedding party!
After cocktail hour had wrapped, guests meandered over to the dining hall where our all organic, Los Angeles wedding catering company had set up tables and chairs decorated with rustic centerpieces of mason jar candles, oil lanterns, twine wrapped bundles of wheat, and vintage table doilies.
For the main course, our Los Angeles wedding caterers served up a beautiful buffet. Serving a wedding buffet style is a great way to save on wedding costs while also making sure your guests get exactly what they want. We served up a nice grilled organic Hanger steak with fresh herbs and grilled shallots, our special Mojo Shrimp Skewers with chopped pineapple and chives on a bed of angel hair pasta, Wild Mushroom Quinoa (which has been a very popular summer menu item), and an assortment of grilled Farmers Market vegetables.
We had such a fun time being apart of Erin and Dan’s unique wedding and we can’t wait to show you more photos. These photos are just a little tease from Marin Rosche, of Marin Rosche Photography. I will post more as soon as they become available.
Los Angeles Wedding Caterer: Eco Caters