I wanted to share one more fabulous indoor affair that the oh-so-talented Erin Beach sent me. And this one, is all about the venue. By choosing a venue that was already rich in style and ambiance, they needed very little in the way of decor to make it fabulous. Just a few great centerpieces and a showstoppingly gorgeous flower arrangement, by none other than our Little Black Book’s Waterlily Pond, made the space seem warm and completely inviting…
Loving. Every. Bit. From the gorgeous pops of color in the flowers to the ultra-cool vibe of the restaurant, this wedding is ALL chic.
The details from Erin…
Lindsay Bierbrauer and Nick Stipinovich were married June 7, 2008. This wedding was very simple but Natasha, of Waterlily Pond, helped make it elegant and completely unique. The 10 minute ceremony was held at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, so minimal decor was needed for that space. They had none of the usual wedding rituals, no cake or first dance. The couple just wanted a small dinner (50 guests) to celebrate. They rented out the uber-urban Globe restaurant in downtown San Francisco where the two are regulars.
And a bit more from Natasha…
I complemented simple but tasteful decor of the restaurant with bright exotic multicolored flowers including peonies, gloriosa lilies and orchids, and multitude of candles. Creating personal to the couple look for this warm and intimate reception with friends and family. Lindsey had so much fun, laughing as she posed for the pictures with the red motorcycle outside of the restaurant.