Classic and traditional yet with this couples' very own little twist, this San Francisco wedding at the De Young Museum captured by Augie Chang Photography is one to pay attention to. With a bit of a modern vibe and elegant down to the very last detail, Jubilee Lau Events made sure every moment of this city fête was memorable. See it all here.
From Jubilee Lau Events...Mary-Alex and Thomas visited San Francisco a few years back and fell in love with this dynamic city. Naturally, when the beautiful couple from Wichita Falls, Texas got engaged, they decided to host a destination wedding in the heart of San Francisco to share their love of this city with their closest friends and families.
Everyone traveled, near and far, to experience a weekend full of festivities in the Bay Area. Beneath a round chandelier with white chiffon fabric and a floral chandelier, the couple exchanged their intimate vows at the beautiful Sculpture Garden in the modern De Young Museum. Following that, guests enjoyed a 360 degree magnificent view from the Hamon Tower at the museum, in between delicious hors d’oeuvres and libations by Componere Fine Catering.
To fulfill their dream of an untraditional wedding that would allow guests to move around and mingle all evening, Wilsey Court was set for a cocktail style reception for the rest of the evening. A mix of furniture vignettes and gorgeous tables draped with floral garlands provided seating for guests as they hopped between creatively engaging food stations that include rolled to order sushi, short ribs, mac and cheese, and more. Live music performed by Lucky Devil’s band encouraged guests to hit the dance floor early.
Mary-Alex and Thomas each had their own cake, displayed prominently next to one another at the museum. The wedding cake was a dreamy 5 tier cake with ombre petals. Thomas’ groom’s cake was an amazing replica of the Grand Teton, a Wyoming landscape that was reflective of his fond childhood memories.