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Lauren Wirkus Had the Most Amazing-Looking Charcuterie Spread at Her Wedding
The Summer House alum called the spread at her June 27 celebration "the best food at a wedding ever."
"Wedding Cocktail Hour Grazing Table for [Lauren Wirkus]," Silverlake Socialite, a company specializing in artisan charcuterie boards and grazing tables, captioned an Instagram photo featuring a wide variety of fruits, cheeses, meats, and bread. Clearly the edible arrangement was as delicious as it was stunning, as the Summer House alum responded in the comments: "It was AMAZING."
For the rest of the special occasion, guests noshed on food from Food First Events & Catering. As seen in an Instagram post from the company, food for the day included a tuna and rice appetizer as well as sliders. Although the company didn't note the specifics of the dishes in the post, according to the sample menu on their website, it offers spicy tuna with crispy rice, Japanese negi, and citrus ponzu as well as short rib sliders served with horseradish cream, crispy shallots, and apple that appear to be what Lauren and David selected for their big day. Additionally, the company served guests steak and fish options for entrées.
"I’m biased but the best food at a wedding ever," Lauren wrote in the comments section of the post. "That tuna though."
In an Instagram post announcing the happy news, Lauren shared several photos from the big day. One of the sweet snaps, originally shared exclusively with PEOPLE, showed the newlyweds cutting their wedding cake, a two-tier confection with white icing.
The ceremony took place at St. Monica Catholic Church in front of family, with an intimate reception later held at the home of David's brother and sister-in-law. In her Instagram post, Lauren opened up about planning the wedding of their dreams amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
"When we decided to get married this summer before David’s NFL season begins instead of waiting another whole year the world was a very different place. Planning a wedding in four months during 'normal' times was going to be stressful and we were prepared for that and then a global pandemic struck," she wrote. "In deciding whether to keep our plans in tact we knew we had to focus on one thing and one thing only and that was the outcome to be married no matter what!!"
She added: "Our day did look a lot different than we imagined but one thing is certain love conquers all and we achieved that great outcome we both focused on from the very beginning! Thank you to everyone who made this day happen for the two of us! "