Tyler Brooks & Shawn Nohr decided they wanted a summer wedding. From the Bay Area originally, Tyler's grandfather was a member of the Contra Costa Country Club and when he passed, they planted a tree in his honor.
For Lindsay and Doug, the most important part of their wedding was keeping it intimate, inviting only family and very close friends. Knowing San Francisco summer weather always consists of fog and biting wind, they opted for a fall wedding, hoping the typical Indian Summer would prevail.
After meeting in High School, Joe and Jaclyn kept in touch and eventually started dating during college. They both envisioned an elegant yet soft, romantic wedding.
MyLisa and Tim got married in December. The photographer met them at the Hyatt Regency as they got ready with their two kids and a couple friends, and then they headed out towards the Embarcadero for a few shots with the city skyline behind them.
Laureen & Bill met at work, and their office romance has blossomed over the years. They tied the knot at the Marines Memorial Center in a regal and rich celebration.
The beautiful dress, with its cathedral veil is a lovely mix of classic and modern.
A late spring wedding took place in the verdant rolling hills of Sonoma County. Kate and Phil were wed at Trentadue Winery, accompanied by poetry readings from the guests. A heirloom family handkerchief with "M" embroidered on it was her "something old," a small blue heart painted on her toenail was her "something blue," and yes--the bride had a sixpence hidden in her shoe! Tender and sweet, this couple tied the knot in the midst of friends, family, incredible food, and lovely wine country views.
When it came time for Jeni, who works at Pandora, and Mark, who's in a band called the Hustler Van Band, to decide on a wedding location, they opted for San Francisco's oldest historic night club venue that fit their eclectic taste and love for music: The Great American Music Hall.
They had planned on a wedding in Golden Gate in October, but IT expert Greg Janess had wanted to honor his late father by having it on his birthday, March 18th. So he and his wife-to-be, Mel, picked a spot, Pier 14, scaled down the wedding to 3 people per side, found a good Sunday brunch spot (Ironside), and did it. The cake was Miette– it was rich but so good!
Check out their adorable wedding video below:
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