Jayme and Jeremy’s wedding could not have been more magically bohemian, and we’re not just saying that because the maid of honor crafted a dream catcher you could get stuck in.
When the leaves change hues, it's time to dust off your pie recipes and find an idyllic, cozy town for autumnal inspiration. We suggest you put on your boots and pack your Pendleton blanket for Sebastopol, where the peaceful back roads are dotted with farm stands, handpainted signs for pancake breakfasts, and craggy apples trees bursting with fruit.
Lindsey and John’s wedding was a dream come true – a two year plan turned into a beautiful reality. Every last detail of their simple and elegant wedding was a gorgeous reflection of their pure and inspiring passion for one another.
Surrounded by family and friends who love them, Bobbie and Ineca tied the knot at the Vine Hill House in Sebastopol. Everywhere guests looked there were lovely details, many of them made by the bride and groom. Flowers were in abundance from the delicate petals that were tossed following the vows to the gorgeous cake toppers that adorned the three wedding cakes. As the sun sank down behind the hills, lanterns lit the night and provided the perfect atmosphere for guests to hit the dance floor. A beautiful ceremony, delicious food, plenty of jokes, and dancing under the stars made for an unforgettable day.
SF Street Style: Local Jewelry Designers Spotted in Simple Pieces + Great Shoes at New Berkeley Boutique, Viv&Ingrid at Oxford Hall
Jewelry designers, Vivian Wang and Ingrid Chen, of Viv&Ingrid, were rocking some killer flats at a launch party last week for their new Berkeley gift shop, Viv&Ingrid at Oxford Hall. The darling boutique is full of dreamy, whimsical decor and full of pretty, witty little things -- just as every great gift shop should be.
Now, designer are typically known for dressing very casually and Viv&Ingrid were no exception. They did however, step up their shoe game -- love! I really like the detailing on both pairs of flats -- the rhinestone cut-outs on the Vivian's yellow flats, and the asymmetrical line and d'Orsay cut on Ingrid's black pointies.