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Top 10 Wedding Fair Questions, Answered

Top 10 Wedding Fair Questions, Answered

You want your wedding to have it all: elegance, creativity, and fun. But the planning that goes into such an event has you stalled before you start down the aisle. Connie Kearns, a wedding planner and founder of San Francisco Wedding Fair (happening Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.), suggests that a visit to a wedding fair is just the thing to jumpstart preparations for the big event.

Are you a wedding fair neophyte? Fear not, Kearns has the answers to questions from the uninitiated.

Join the Cal Academy of Sciences' LoveLife Photo Competition!

One of our favorite places to get lost in the city is the California Academy of Sciences deep in Golden Gate Park, because sometimes we need to be reminded there's a whole world out there beyond all the concrete and automobiles. Inspired by their committment to opening the public's eyes to life on Earth beyond our immediate micro 'hoods, they're kicking off their second annual LoveLife photo competition, in which they ask you to submit your best photos of the Academy and the natural world for judging by top photo experts.

SkinSpirit Skincare Clinic & Spa's 7 Anti-Aging Tips

Bay Area ladies have long been loyal to SkinSpirit Skincare Clinic & Spa, which has three thriving locales in our region: Just steps away from Stanford University in the heart of Palo Alto, the Mercer, in Walnut Creek’s thriving downtown, and the delightful Strawberry Village in Mill Valley, all offering products and services with integrity. Even with such a lofty reputation, the kind folks at SkinSpirit are still game to share their secrets and tips on how to take the best possible care of your skin.

Kick Off 2012 and Indulge in Yountville's Third Annual Moveable Feast Celebration

We can't think of a better way to hit the reset button this 2012 than with a fresh start in Napa Valley's beautiful Yountville. From now until February 29, the town's third annual Moveable Feast offers visitors and locals alike amazing opportunities to experience its world-class selection of eateries and wineries at unbeatable values. This means indulgent prix-fixe menus, wine tastings and luxury travel packages are waiting for you right now across the Golden Gate Bridge in the culinary capital of Napa Valley.

7x7's Wine Buying Guide: Kamen Estate Wines

Celebrate the season with California’s best wines and food pairings.

KAMEN's 2008 ESTATE CABERNET SAUVIGNON

Ripe Fruit. Low Yields. High Quality. Terroir driven, low production Cabernet Sauvignon organically and biodynamically grown in the Southern Mayacamas Mountains. Our 2008 Cabernet is lush, full-bodied & elegant making it the perfect 
companion to an array of savory holiday dishes.

We invite 7x7 readers to join us for a complimentary tasting. Mention 7x7 when scheduling your visit.

21692 8th Street East, Suite 300, Sonoma, CA 95476, 707-933-1700, open for tastings by appointment.

Chef Ron Siegel Brings His 20 Years of Bay Area Experience to Parallel 37

We've brought you a ton of details on Parallel 37, The Ritz-Carlton's new upscale eatery in Nob Hill. Now, it's time to learn a little more about the man behind the cuisine, Chef Ron Siegel.

7x7's Wine Buying Guide

Celebrate California’s best wines and food pairings.

JCB by Jean-Charles Boisset

Tell Us Your Engagement Story to Win a Prize (Hint: Make it Creative and Cry-Worthy)

When it comes to proposal stories, it seems like we’ve heard it all—everything from presenting the ring on a fake hand hidden in a pumpkin to messages written in the sand. But the ingenuity of love is always surprising—and our annual contest is your chance to show your romantic stuff.

Holiday Wine Buying Guide: Avia Hotel, Flora Springs, Michael Mondavi, Venge Vineyards and Hall Wines

Celebrate the season with California’s best wines and food pairings.

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