Sometimes we get the best brides, the kind who are open to being creative and daring, Trinh was one of those brides. She came to us with a vision of bold colors, moodiness and the most gorgeous and unique venue – The Headlands Center for the Arts. It was so fun to work with someone who was so adventurous and thought outside the box. We were so excited for her and Phuong’s big day and it did not disappoint! I’m so excited to share it with you today, and also have it featured on Green Wedding Shoes.
Captured beautifully by Teri Bocko
The beautiful invites were created by Three Little Words. They set the tone for the event with the moody details and also a gorgeous map of the best places for guests to visit while in San Francisco.
Ampersand was responsible for the gorgeous flowers. When Trinh came to me with her desire to have moody fall colors in the summer I was thrilled. Don’t get me wrong, I love a pretty green, white and blush wedding like anyone, but to do something different is so invigorating! Ampersand’s whimsical and unique touch on florals was the perfect fit with the whole design of the wedding.
The beautiful velvet ribbon tied around the bouquet is from Party Crush Studios, you’ll see their pretty runners at the reception and ceremony space!
Now that’s one happy bride!!! Trinh’s hair and makeup was done by The Glamourist, she is so talented and knows just how to make each bride shine on their big day.
For signage we used the talented Chasing Linen, we decided to go with acrylic and it turned out so beautiful. The blush color behind the white writing was so pretty and subtle with the bold florals.
And now for the ceremony space… It’s unique and different than anything else we’ve ever done, and I love it. We used the prettiest fabric from Party Crush Studio and draped it behind the alter while Ampersand decked it out with their gorgeous floral wreaths. Then they lined the aisles with even more prettiness and my heart skipped a beat!
And this cute signage on either side of the bleacher seating by Chasing Linen is the sweetest…
Pretty Please Bakeshop created these gorgeous cakes and they were as yummy as they looked!
After dinner and dessert the Boba Guys came to serve all the guests, and it was definitely a hit!!