Brittany & Jarrod’s DIY Beach Wedding

Brittany and Jarrod are a couple from Arizona, but they wanted to celebrate their happiness in San Diego at the Hotel Del Coronado. Brittany was a hands-on bride and wanted to incorporate personal DIY touches in her wedding. Their wedding was full of hot pink, black, and silver accents that gave a fun, romantic, and chic feel to their coastal wedding. While the wedding was held outdoors, the reception was inside the ballroom. Although her DIY centerpieces came out beautifully, if she could do it again, Brittany told us she’d definitely hire a professional florist to take over to save time and trouble.

The candy bar offered a sweet treat for guests to enjoy and is a popular table couples are adding to their receptions. The pink candies are super whimsical!

We loved that Brittany kept the beach theme going inside the reception by offering colorful sandals for guests to wear. The sandals were especially useful for the many ladies in high heels to soothe their aching feet without going bare foot.

They had the cute idea of taking pictures with “Thank You” cards so they could make prints and send as actual “thank you” cards to the guests who attended.

For amateur florists, Brittany & Jarrod did an amazing job on their centerpieces with the pink roses, stargazer lilies, and pink gems scattered on the tables.

If you couldn’t tell, the bride loves the bling! Rhinestone and pink diamonds were accented throughout the reception. Guests could see them on picture frames, cake knives and even on their cake topper!

Not to be forgotten, Brittany had a special Groom’s Cake made for Jarrod! Jarrod loves chocolate and strawberries, which were definitely highlighted in his cake. The groom loved his cake, and your groom-t0-be might, too!

Thank you to all the wonderful professionals that made this an amazing wedding!

Venue: Hotel Del Coronado

Photography: Laura B. Scott

Cake: Sweet Cheeks Baking Company

Entertainment:  California DJs

Officiant: Charley Bradley

Dove Release: Susan’s Flying Dove


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