A "Glamping" Themed Wedding at a Lake Tahoe Estate
Because Nick and Hannah both love backpacking, and Hannah loves glitter and sparkle, this couple decided that "glamping" would set the tone of their August wedding. From the miniature tent that topped the cake to the gold glitter washi tape that secured the trail mix, they tried to implement equal parts glamour and camping into the theme.
Planning the wedding was an exercise in Google documentation and the involvement of family and friends, since Nick and Hannah were living 500 miles apart during the entire process: He here in the city and Hannah in San Diego, with Nick's parents and now sister-in-law. The flowers were done perfectly by the couple's friend Pat Hayes, and mutual friend Owen Cunningham and an iPad officiated the ceremony. Hannah's parents tracked down and transported vintage blue and clear Mason jars from Portland and made the runners for the tables.
Despite getting married at a private estate on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, Nick and Hannah wanted to use as many San Francisco vendors as they could, so Hannah's gorgeous dress, the desserts, the chocolates for the s'mores and the groomsmen's pants were all made locally.
The couple hosted a 3-ish mile "Fun Run" along the lake the morning after the wedding in lieu of a more traditional brunch, to atone for the previous night's shot-skis and as a nod to Nick and Hannah's love for running (and mid-run engagement under the Golden Gate Bridge).