June 27, 2019
City Hall is iconic for a reason. It is a beautiful building with stunning architecture. No wonder so many people decide to have a San Francisco City Hall Wedding! Every time I have the opportunity to walk through those columns and see that epic staircase, I have to take an extra breath. It is a remarkable sight!
When my friend Amy from Gather Design Company was going to be in town for a few days, I knew we had to put together a little something special at City Hall. We found the cutest couple – oh, hi Vanessa and Travis – and pulled together an amazing team for this elegant city hall elopement inspiration.
Amy had a vision for a black and white bouquet. Amy is constantly thinking outside of the box, so of course I trusted her vision completely – she has never let me down! She used hellebore, astrantia, silene, anemones, garden roses, and calla lilies to complete her vision. But, when she asked if I wanted a colorful bouquet as well, of course I had to say yes! Those coral charm peonies are too incredible to pass up.
I’ve had my eye on a the Patsy jumpsuit from Rime Arodaky for a few months now – and thankfully – Amy brought on The Dress Theory to fulfill all of my dreams! Those elegant lace details with the skirt overlay – it is such a statement piece without being over the top! If I could have my own San Francisco City Hall wedding – this would be it!
Vanessa wore her hair down in loose waves. Her flawless, fresh makeup was done by Fiona with Urban Beauty Loft. I love how radiant this couple is – their joy is contagious. Just thinking about them puts a smile on my face! Vanessa wore an elegant Erstwhile engagement ring.
A huge thank you to this team! I know this vision came together quickly, but I’m so grateful for all of your efforts! This was truly the San Francisco City Hall wedding of my dreams!
Floral & Design: Gather Design Company // Hair and Makeup: Fiona with Urban Beauty Loft // Bridal Boutique: The Dress Theory // Jumpsuit Designer: Rime Arodaky // Ring: Erstwhile Jewelry // Shoes: Sam Edelman // Groom’s attire: Bonobos // Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab //