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Palm Springs Wedding :: Estee and Jon

Estee & Jon’s wedding was at her parents’ house, and is the wedding I will point to from now on when people don’t believe they can have a wedding without a sit down meal. Killer dance music, a sweet reception dress, eleven courses of passed appetizers (and very little seating at all), pool-side hanging, a [...]

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San Francisco Wedding :: Cathy & Stephen

Cathy and Stephen’s wedding doubled as a showcase of San Francisco – cable car buses took guests first to the stunning ceremony at the Palace of Fine Arts, and then on a your of the city before depositing them at the Westin St Francis (which has one of the most beautiful ballrooms around) for a [...]

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San Francisco Wedding :: Katie and Scott

Katie and Scott were married at one of my very favorite venues – the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers. It was a cold, rainy, winter day, so the warmth of the greenhouse for their intimate ceremony and extended cocktail hour was especially magical. The reception was simple but amazingly gorgeous, candle filled, and focused on [...]

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San Francisco Wedding :: Samantha & Mark

Samantha and Mark’s wedding had so many of my favorite elements – a colored dress, beautiful ceremony, and restaurant reception. San Francisco City Hall is a venue that’s pretty impossible to beat, and the Beluga Room at Farallon restaurant was a great reception choice.  The couples shares a love of board games, and so instead [...]

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Big Sur Wedding :: Julia & Kerem

I often say that Big Sur is the most magical place on earth, and Ventana is possibly the most magical place in Big Sur. It was threatening rain all day, but we made the decision to risk having the ceremony and cocktail hour outside, and the weather worked with us and the first sprinkles started [...]

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Mendocino Barn Wedding :: Sarah & Ritz

Sarah & Ritz got married in Mendocino, which if you’ve ever been there you know is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and very much worth the drive.  Spring Ranch‘s 170+ year old barn was the perfect venue, and even a generator outage at one point just turned into a candle-lit conga [...]

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Long Beach Wedding :: Liz & Norio

Liz and Norio got married in the middle of a Southern California heatwave that caused us to push the ceremony back to after cocktail hour so that their guests would be out of the sun. They created one of the hands down most personal, meaningful inter-faith ceremonies I’ve had the honor of witnessing, and followed [...]

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Amy & Remy’s Garden Party Wedding

The Allied Arts Guild is one of my favorite venues, and Amy & Remy’s gorgeous daytime lunch wedding was an amazing way to show it off – the gardens there are truly spectacular. After a ceremony that included their fathers playing the guitar together, and a huppah made by Amy’s cousin, guests had an amazing [...]

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Navruz & Greg’s Classic San Francisco Wedding

post by Alyssa Navruz and Greg were married last September at one of my all time favorite, classic San Francisco venues.  The Intercontinental Mark Hopkins is an architectural dream with completely breathtaking views – a perfect setting for a lovely wedding.  These two were high school sweethearts, and spent many years engaged before putting together [...]

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Ellen & Darryl’s Brazil Room Wedding

Ellen and Darryl are one of those couples who can only be described as lovely. Their wedding was focused on family, great food, and lots and lots of fun, all wrapped in the great venue that is Tilden Park’s Brazil Room (one of my favorite venues.) Also – can we take a second to talk [...]

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