Real Wedding: Katie & Scott's Chic Chico Farm Wedding - 2 Chic Events & Design


January 25, 2012

Real Wedding: Katie & Scott’s Chic Chico Farm Wedding

A Pear Farmer’s Daughter + an Almond Farmer’s Son = A Match Made in Heaven. Katie and Scott are hands down one of the sweetest love stories I’ve seen yet. As children of farming families, their community is tight and Katie and Scott have known each other since they were toddlers. After Scott’s family relocated to Chico, there was a break in their communication, and when they reconnected later in life it was clear that it was meant to be.


Katie and Scott are amazing people, and I am blessed to know them. When it rained on their wedding day, we came up with an amazing Plan B that they loved! A few tents, some market lights and some gorgeous chandeliers tucked neatly inside of an almond huller {with 350 guests situated comfortably inside} turned out to be the perfect scenario. And, of course, it made my day when Katie said it was her perfect princess wedding. I hope you enjoy these beautiful images, courtesy of Anfinson Photography.

After seeing Katie’s unwavering smile through all circumstances, I adopted a “What would Katie Do?” way of life. I’m happy to call Katie and her mom, Debbie, “friends”. I wish that Katie & Scott could get married every summer. {Next time with no rain}


Planning and Rainy Day Rescue Plan: 2Chic Events & Design

Floral Design: Christian & Johnson

Market Lighting: Simply Elegant Rentals

Chandeliers: The Find

Special Thanks: Kathy Newby of Classic Party Rentals for her invaluable tenting advice!

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  1. Kim J Martin

    January 25th, 2012 at 6:32 pm

    I scrolled down to the pictures before reading the description, and I loved the tents without even knowing that they were a Plan B! The design of this wedding is gorgeous and I loved how they tied in both of their roots. Great job ladies!

  2. 2chic

    January 25th, 2012 at 7:40 pm

    Thanks Kim! We all agreed afterwards that it was even better than Plan A!