Whether you are planning a whimsical wine country wedding, a black tie affair or a stylish San Francisco urban soiree, Fork & Spoon Productions inspires ideas from craft through implementation to ensure your perfect day.
Planning a wedding should be an amazing process, not one filled with stress. To make every minute dreaming about your wedding incredible, we offer a variety of services that consider everything you might need, including:
- Unforgettable food
- Party rentals
- Flower arrangements
- Event coordination
- Décor and lighting
- Service staffing
- Entertainment referrals
- Valet parking
- Venue selection
- Vendor connections
Weddings We Loved
Leena & Spencer
Both Leena and Spencer wanted the day to be whimsical and fun for all of their guests. The ceremony was held on the banks of the winery lake, and an old restored barn hosted the reception. We decided that a shabby chic style would suit both the formality of the occasion as well as the casual nature of the location. The rafters were strung with hundreds of sparkling market lights, and lush flower arrangements of pink peonies, parrot tulips, moss and ricer rocks completed the look.
Sparkling Thai-Basil Lemonade
Bruschetta Bar with Grilled Peasant Bread, Sauce Romesco
Brooklyn Eggplant Caviar and Rustic Fava Bean Spread
Braised Pork Belly Raviolini with Apple Verjus Vinaigrette
Maria & Warren
For Maria and Warren’s wedding, we paid homage to the couple’s heritage with a Southern wedding. Hundreds of pink peonies were used in the table arrangements, on buffets and to adorn the bar, and all of the tables were covered with raw silk pink and mocha runners. Deciding to provide their guests with a more “relaxed” reception, the couple opted to create two lounge areas for additional guest seating with overstuffed couches, ottomans, coffee tables and palm trees.
Southern Fried Chicken Bites with Buttermilk Ranch
Sweet Potato Pecan Pie a la Mode
Erin & Spencer
In the back garden, we created a chuppah made out of birch tree branches decorated with clusters of deep red dahlias, pink garden roses, lady apples and hydrangeas. The canopy was a vintage embroidered tablecloth that served as the bride’s “something old” keepsake. The same rich autumn flower theme was carried throughout the night. After the ceremony, guests were invited to the front patio—which was illuminated with paper lanterns—for champagne and a raw seafood bar.
Lillet Blanc-Champagne Aperitif
Wild Mushroom Pizza with Fontina, Thyme and Truffle Essence
Pear Tart Tatin with House-Spun Tahitian Vanilla Bean Gelato