San Francisco Wedding at the Asian Art Museum by Angie Silvy Photography + Gloria Wong Design
A bold, contemporary aesthetic intermingled with the dreamy details of what looks to be a modern day fairytale is proving to be crazy gorgeous. It's the Royal Wedding meets a crisp, clean, beautiful a...
A bold, contemporary aesthetic intermingled with the dreamy details of what looks to be a modern day fairytale is proving to be crazy gorgeous. It's the Royal Wedding meets a crisp, clean, beautiful affair crafted by a whole team of beauty experts including Gloria Wong Design, Jubilee Lau Events as well as HUNTlittlefield whipping up a sea of monochromatic blooms. Think grandiose with a side of San Francisco chic and your on the right track. Angie Silvy Photography snapped away and we have all her beautiful images in the full gallery. See them here!
From Gloria of Gloria Wong Design... Soomin is a curator at a private gallery in Korea. Chung's parents reside in the Bay Area. The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco seemed like a natural choice for the wedding. Soomin's favorite color is navy blue. Every time I had met with her, she wore navy blue. Navy was a must for the wedding. We asked Hartmann Studios to reupholster their Deco chairs in a lush, navy blue velvet. We dressed all the dinner tables in navy linens. We wrapped vases in custom-printed navy and white geometric fabric. The stark contrast between navy and white was crisp, bold, and stunning inside the stone walls of the museum.
Soomin's style is sleek and modern. So we decided to keep all the details clean and streamlined. The centerpieces consisted of groupings of mono-flower arrangements. Only calla lilies. Only orchids. Only hydrangea. Only tulips. All in white. All in clean cylindrical glass vases. The escort card display was composed of neat rows of chocolates. Each piece of chocolate featured a custom-printed geometric pattern and a number for guests to find their respective tables. The dessert display consisted of sweet treats resting on top of calla lilies that were encased in acrylic cubes. The whole spread laid on top of illuminated acrylic pedestals. Soomin's Oscar de la Renta ruffled gown was the inspiration for the wedding cake. The photo of her dress sweeping across the floor of the museum behind the wedding cake is one of my favorites of all time. She was absolutely radiant that day. She beamed as she slowly moved across the room to take in all the decor.
Wedding Photography: Angie Silvy Photography / Wedding Venue: Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, California / Event Design: Gloria Wong Design / Event Planning + Production: Jubilee Lau Events / Floral Design: HUNTlittlefield / Catering: Componere Fine Catering / Wedding Cake: Studio Cake / Paper Goods: Amy Hayson / Letterpress: Accucolor / Printing: Fong Brothers Printing, Inc. / Calligraphy: Tracy Joe Calligraphy / Lighting + Draping: Enhanced Lighting and Sound / Linens: La Tavola / Custom Chairs: Hartmann Studios / Custom Printed Fabric for Props + Acrylic Pedestals for Dessert Bar: Blueprint Studio / Tabletop Rentals: Classic Party Rentals / String Quartet: Golden Gate Strings / DJ: Ron Grandia / Transportation: Bauer’s Intelligent Tranportation / Custom Printed "Escort" Chocolates: Rogue Confections / Wedding Dress: Oscar de la Renta / Hair + Makeup: Myung Jin Kim from Korea
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