Let’s join these two handsome men, their crew of groomsmaids, some Haunted Mansion references, a whole bunch of gorgeous Halloween-inspired decor, tarot card table themes, and some AMAZING theater references (including the Carrie musical!). This masquerade wedding hurts us so good. Do not miss the ceremony that featured a love spell!
Nicole and Santiago chartered the USS Potomac (Roosevelt’s former White House boat) for their lovely San Francisco Bay wedding. A live brass band kept everyone dancing, even while rain poured down. Thankfully rain = rainbows! When you hear the reason for the boat wedding, your eyes may start leaking.
Ready to see this awesomely sea-worthy wedding?
A traditional tea ceremony, outfit changes, tons of DIY details (from the invitation, centerpieces, personalized gift boxes, programs, place cards, signs, calligraphy, and decor!), this San Francisco wedding is a vision. Don’t miss the Hello Kitty car, the gorgeous views of the sunset skyline of San Francisco as the night went on and of course, the lion dancers!
You’ll definitely get pulled in by the fashion at this urban flavor meets vintage frills wedding, but stick around because that’s not all, folks. Just wait until you see the amazing venues, gorgeous DIYed huge paper flowers, awesome two-day schedule setup, vintage citrus hues, and more beauty than you’ll be able to handle.
The morning of Jake and Mandi’s San Francisco wedding, everyone got ready at the Harbor Court Hotel, a waterfront hotel in the Embarcadero area of San Francisco. After their first look, the wedding party hopped on a classic San Francisco trolley to go to their ceremony in Golden Gate Park.
Don’t miss the super sweet baby’s breath flower crown, the paper-meets-real flower bouquet (with family pictures attached!), the family heirloom watch worn by Mandi from Jake’s family, and some subtle Harry Potter detail magic.
So… who else is now adding “giant squirrel photobomb” to your wedding photography shot list? Because I just did, thanks to our sponsor, San Francisco wedding photographer Ian Chin.
If you think he can make “giant squirrel” work on your wedding day, wait until you see his upside down shots, and his “how did he even capture that” wedding dance photo…