Marin Headlands SF Wedding

December 30, 2017

The marin headlands center for the arts is maybe my favorite venue. I’ve been in love with this place since I first learned that they have a fine art residency program. I love that they’ve retained/restored the beauty of an aging architectural structure. If these walls could talk…The caterer Katie Power’s food is also to die for.

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June 5, 2015

I loved these invites made by Press 65, from M+B’s wedding at SF Conservatory of flowers.  I love that it’s simple in terms of the color palette, one ink letter pressed on kraft. And I love the illustration of the Venus fly trap (Dionaea muscipula). The designer & printer did a beautiful job. Susie of Flora Grubb, made the gorgeous boutonniere & supplied me with air plants & other loveliness to style the shots with.

Isn’t this a gorgeous invite suite? To see more photos I shot of Flora Grubb visit here. And here to see more from M+B’s wedding.

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Crissy Field SF Wedding

November 5, 2013

Lacey & Bryan’s wedding was intimate. It celebrated their love for each other and SF. They invited their families from CT, NYC & Kansas City to SF to experience The City and the life they have here. Their families spent a few days enjoying The Bay and getting to know each other.

The ceremony was at Crissy field, on a sunny & windy SF day. They were married by their friend Annie. Lacey and her girls did all the flowers, and it turned out great!

My favorite element was a stick pin Lacey’s sister lent her as something borrowed. A beautiful & delicate heirloom that has always brought her good luck, which Lacey wore on her floral belt.

I love vintage jewelry. Things that have stayed in the family are so special. So was the starburst ring Lacey wore that belonged to her grandmother.

Lacey wore dress by Lela Rose, shoes by Chanel & all the girls wore bracelets by Alexis Bittar.  Bryan wore a Zara suit, super cute Jack Spade tie, hat from Wingtip SF & all the guys wore tie dye socks from their friend Benny Gold.

The reception was at Sociale. The food is really good, especially the pasta!

Lacey & Bryan met at Madrone Art Bar. She noticed his fancy sneakers and said hi. She knew he was the guy for her when he said he had a special little something for her, which turned out to be a tiny block of wood with the words “something”  written across it.  Lacey thought it was clever and it made her laugh. She still keeps it on her nightstand.  At their dinner Lacey surprised Bryan with a cake that was modeled after the little piece of wood written with “something”. How cute!

Hair by Lauren Cameron Klein, who works at my friend Megan Morales’s salon Dreamers And Make Believers.

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