I love this food truck wedding theme. Seriously, I am in LOVE! Kelly (the bride) owns a vintage rental company called Good Ol’-Fashioned Party and went all out putting together a fabulous ‘food truck wedding’ that made me smile. I love the wood pallet tables (such a great DIY idea), the food trucks, and the attire! She looks stunning in her gold gown and the bridesmaids are so pretty in their neutral dresses. I also love the theme of Kelly and Jed’s day: Love is a journey that has no end.
Food Truck Wedding in LA
Here is what Kelly said about her day: “Our story is one of girl meets best friend, boy meets best friend, best friends date, introduce boy and girl, and boy and girl get married. You know, the usual. Kelly met her friend Alex in high school. Jed met his friend Zach in college. Alex and Zach started dating in South Africa. They introduced Kelly and Jed to each other in New York. Kelly and Jed got married, and our journey has taken us from New York to Boston to Los Angeles to our current home in Denver, where we held our wedding.”
“Our celebration brought together family and friends from each leg of our journey, and we wanted every aspect of the wedding to reflect that. New York City speakeasy, complete with custom cocktails? Check. Fenway Park, featuring fun and games from corn hole to giant jenga? Got it. Old Hollywood, with a custom-made “HOLLYWOOD” sign and a black and white checkered dance floor? Of course!”
“By providing different settings, we aimed to make everyone feel a little bit at home, and a little bit on the road. Instead of a guestbook we used old postcards. Instead of a cake we had an ice cream truck. Instead of programs we gave people a map. Every detail was about the journey that began the day we met in New York City and brought us across the country and halfway back again, the journey that is love.”
Photography: Ellen Jaskol
Dress: Neiman Marcus
Hair: Erin Straayer
Makeup: Nicole Ramirez with Pretty Bridal Shop
Vintage Rentals and Coordination: Good Ol’-Fashioned Party
Food: Pinches Taco Truck
Ice Cream Truck: Coaches Scoop
Despite her dreamy wedding blogger lifestyle, Meredith's day job is running ClassicVeils.com and a full-time mom to an active toddler. If she could, Meredith would spend her days taking cruises, helping animals in need, and watching Big Brother!