After seeing the gorgeous rehearsal dinner, we just knew that this wedding was going to be amazing. And you better believe we were right. Not only gorgeous, this wedding is also proof of one major conclusion - there are absolutely NO rules on the size of your bridal party. This couple included a whopping 34 people in their VIP crew... and the results are game changing. That's not all we love about this beautiful bay-side affair, captured by Lacie Hansen and planned by Jenny Schneider Events. Take a look at all this day has to offer, and don't miss out on the sweetest film by Weddings On Film at the end!
Introduced by a mutual friend over text message, Lauren and David moved to San Francisco together and fell in love with the city by the bay. For their wedding, the bride from Kansas City and the groom from Houston, wanted their guests (mostly out-of-towners) to experience all the San Francisco Bay offers.
The wedding weekend was held over Fleet Week, with the Blue Angels flying overhead. Guests were transported to the rehearsal dinner on private water taxis from the Golden Gate Bridge to the San Francisco Ferry Building, one of the city’s iconic venues.
Wanting a classically elegant wedding, Lauren and David were married in the property’s chapel with 17 bridesmaids and 17 groomsmen by their sides! All eyes were on the blushing bride looking gorgeous in a classic Peter Langner gown.
Guests enjoyed cocktails al fresco while a live painter, Jennie Lou Art, captured the setting. The painting, along with a custom-made cross for the ceremony alter, monogrammed pillows and napkins, are decor elements designed for the wedding that the couple will enjoy for years to come!
The event design reflected a relaxed yet refined aesthetic to welcome all the wedding guests to the weekend festivities. Kathleen Deery Design brought Lauren's floral vision to life with beautiful arrangements full of white ranunculus, roses, hydrangea and eucalyptus.