Micaela and Sage had such a gorgeous wedding at TJ Farms! Micaela chose grey and yellow as her colors for her November wedding and it worked beautifully! Her bouquet was so bright and cheerful and was wrapped in burlap – it was darling! We were also really excited that she and Sage were up for posing in the second story of the barn which made for really epic pics.
Christy and Mike are so cute together and they LOVE to laugh! Dusty had a blast tossing jokes back and forth with the two of them in between shooting locations, it was hilarious! We absolutely love weeping willows, so we were super excited when we found one to use for pics!
Theresa and Brian made some super cute personal touches to their wedding! For example, Brian wore this fantastic blue and white seersucker suit for the big day, and Theresa chose for herself a vintage inspired wedding gown that went perfectly with Brian’s suit. Then at the reception, instead of a large cake, they gave their guests a delightfully colored array of cake pops. For their first dance, Theresa and Brian changed outfits completely and danced a fantastically choreographed number featuring aviator shades and some hilarious dance moves!
Ceremony: Treasure Island Chapel
Reception: Pavilion By the Bay
Florist: Katharina Stuart
Cake: Vy Passetti Cake Pops
Catering: Wine Valley Catering
Hair: Ricky Sarmiento
DJ: Franco Fin Freestyle Entertainment
Rentals: Hartmann Rentals
Lighting: Allegra Entertainment
Photobooth: Snap Fiesta
Dress: Melissa Sweet
Tuxes: Banana Republic
Stephanie pretty much loves all things lace! She and Grant showed up to the session with their car full of outfits and quilts that Stephanie’s mom had ironed and put on hangers or wrapped in tissue paper! She was definitely one of our most prepared brides ever!
Stevie and Tim brought so much fun and color to their engagement session! We absolutely loved Stevie’s navy blue American Outfitters dress. It really popped in the pics! We started off their engagement session at Fisherman’s Wharf where we did some pics with the trolley’s and fun brick buildings. Then we headed across the bridge to Cavallo Point to finish off their session with our favorite rusty old bunkers!