A fresh approach to wedding planning: we are a team of creative professionals who plan and produce sustainable weddings with a combination of impeccable logistics and unique artistic vision. We serve the San Francisco Bay Area community, focusing on supporting the local economy while protecting the environment.
At Locally Grown Weddings our goal is to provide each client with an unforgettable experience.
We know that planning a wedding can be a challenging, even daunting process, and we are here to help. Together, we possess over 25 years experience in the bay area wedding industry. We provide a full range of event planning services, including catering, photography, flowers and event design.
Teamwork is essential to any successful event. When working with the Locally Grown Weddings team, you can be confident that each member is an intergral part of our group. We work amazingly well together and have a lot of fun in the process.
Whether you envision your wedding as a sophisticated cosmopolitan affair or an elegant country celebration, the Locally Grown Weddings team is committed to providing you with seamless service that is environmentally responsible every step of the way.
From handcrafted invitations using vegetable based inks and tree-free paper, to a feast of locally grown, seasonal and sustainable ingredients, we will guide you through every detail and promise a fresh “green” approach.
We look forward to assisting you through the wedding planning process, from sending out those “save the date” cards to that well deserved and relaxing honeymoon! Please contact us for a free consultation.
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What a talented team of women! If you're getting married in the Bay Area – look no further! From your food, to your florals and photography, they've got you covered. If that's not awesome enough, they're a green business. Locally sourced food and flowers and eco friendly options make for a wedding you'll be that much more proud of!
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We hoped to inspire the traditional couple to bring a bit of rustic vintage chic into their day or a way for a boho-inspired bride & groom to highlight their style while still remaining traditional. We wanted to capture the feel of a fancy backyard soiree with details culled from the farmers market…
We’re thrilled to bring you today’s styled shoot from Locally Grown Weddings. Their entire team is so talented and wonderful to work with, we’ve been fortunate enough to meet them in person and see their work… and taste it too (Pei-Yee makes to-die-for cupcakes!). Thank so much for sharing ladies!
Welcome back to Locally Grown Weddings week, our series dedicated to the SF Bay Area based collective of eco-chic wedding artists! (If you haven’t already, check out our interviews with the group’s planner, hair and makeup artist, caterer, and florist.) Today we’ll be getting to know Jenna, the group’s Photographer. Enjoy!
As an artist with locally grown weddings I am able to bring my experience working with countless brides, film, national commercial campaigns and publications as well as world famous designers to realize the eco conscious brides’ conception of herself on her wedding day.
Welcome back to Locally Grown Weddings week! (If you’ve missed our previous posts spotlighting the group’s planner and hair/makeup artist, be sure to check them out!) Today we’re joined by Chef Stephanie, culinary mistress and one of the founding members of Locally Grown Weddings. Enjoy!
I have been a Marin based floral designer for the past eleven years. A few years ago I began working with my own brides and it has been so incredibly satisfying. I am completely hands on and enjoy every part of the process. Recently, I have partnered with Locally Grown Weddings and I am so excited to be working together with them in the coming season.
One of my favorite wedding groups in the Bay Area, Locally Grown Weddings, is running Locally Grown Love, a great weddings event in San Francisco on March 10th. I have the honor to be helping out with the event and being a panel moderator! From the Facebook page..