Mark and Thomas met on Myspace about 10 years ago (that's a story within itself), and began planning their San Francisco Bay-inspired wedding before Prop 8 was even overturned.
Mark, being the perfectionist, documented every last detail of their wedding in an Excel spreadsheet. With every floral petal, pressed table cloth, and guest acccounted for, Mark and Thomas were sure to have a beautiful seascape event.
Once upon a time, a couple of toddlers shared a piece of cake at an engagement party in Vietnam. Twenty years later and all grown up, they shared their very own wedding cake.
Is there anything in the world as magical as a wedding ceremony that takes place in the middle of the redwoods?
Want your wedding to feel more like summer camp than a formal affair? Take a leaf from Ben and Lauren, whose DIY wedding in scenic Holman Ranch set the stage for a lifetime of adventures together.
If the goal was a September wedding with a sweet rustic vibe, then this gorgeous couple nailed it.
If getting married at Burning Man was just a little too kooky, diehard burners Christina and Ephraim would recreate the experience in their own unique way, blending their loves of adventure and nature.
Meagan, Robert, and their English bulldog Gibson could not have found a more wonderfully bucolic spot to tie the knot than Sonoma County's Dawn Ranch Lodge.
Kathy and Dave met at pharmaceutical school in Florida and currently live in Detroit, but the pair chose beautiful Carmel Valley as their destination to tie the knot.
All eyes were on the San Francisco Giants as they were fighting off the Kansas City Royals in game three of the World Series. Meanwhile, in the sleepy town of Tiburon, a much more restrained excitement was in the air. Michelle and David, who had both been married before, marked a new beginning with an intimate wedding.
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