Coffee lovers rejoice! Today I’m sharing this lovely vintage styled shoot from The Majestic Vision set at a coffee house. If you have been searching for that perfect and unique location, this is sure to inspire! Captured by Elizabeth Haase, this shoot at Anodyne Coffee Walker’s Point is styled with the sweetest details and 1930’s flair. How gorgeous are the paper goods? And I love the cute coffee themed ideas too.
Photography | Elizabeth Haase Photography | Venue | Anodyne Coffee Walker’s Point | Event Planner and Styling | The Majestic Vision | Videography | Sikora Films | Floral | La Tulipe Design | Rentals | Relics Vintage Rentals | Cake | The Cake Lady | Paper Goods | Chirp Paperie | Hand Stamped Spoons | For Such a Time Designs | Gown | Miss Ruby Bridal Boutique | Headpiece | Jaxie Bridal | Suit | Harley’s: The Store for Men | Hair Stylist | Bethany Mog | Make-Up | Kelly Kuster
Get ready for color with this gorgeous and unique San Francisco wedding captured by Jerry Yoon Photographers. Filled with tons of amazing details lovingly handmade by Chestnut and Vine, there is too much inspiration to miss. Everything is so fun and festive! And did I mention they got married in a street? Such an original idea!
Over the years, we spent a lot of time in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco -especially at Bix on Gold street. When it was time to get married we tried to find special places in Golden Gate Park, cool little chapels, and interesting rooftops downtown. In the end, we realized Gold Street alley, a street we passed everyday on our commute to work, and too often stopped at for a cocktail on our way home, was the place to wed. It is odd, maybe a bit to SF, but also charming in a way, and where we fell in love.
My favorite moment was exchanging our vows as we both cried and found ourselves again, for a brief moment, alone in the alley where we fell in love.
It was exceptionally fun and simple to plan. Many of our vendors were our talented friends, like Sixth Course, who make the most gorgeous chocolates and desserts. Our friends at Cigar Bar chose the menu, wine, cocktails, and all that other stuff people worry about. The food and dessert were perfect–the best part was we didn’t choose a thing. Our friends chose it for us.
We both love flowers, and when we met Svenja of Chesnut and Vine, her eye for styling gave our ideas life. She made the day a lot prettier! An hour with her, and a few months later there were flowers falling from ceilings, in the fountains– the ceremony and reception space looked absolutely amazing.
The fact that the result was perfect, while being perfectly simple, still astounds us. Good friends, great vendors, make all the difference.
Photography | Jerry Yoon Photographers | Ceremony Location | Gold Street in San Francisco | Reception Venue and Catering | Cigar Bar and Grill | Design and Florals | Chestnut and Vine | Desserts | Sixth Course | Rentals | Classic Party Rentals and Hartman Studios | DJ and Lighting | love in the mix | Gown | Judd Waddell from Glamour Closet | Shoes | Jimmy Choo | Hair and Makeup | Katie Nash Beauty | Suit | Ralph Lauren
Ending the week off with this adorable farm engagement session from Elevate Photography. The Frog Belly Farm was the perfect location for this cute couple. I absolutely love the shots of them holding the chickens! It looks like such a fun day to spend together.