Jonah and Larry had one of the smoothest weddings I’ve ever attended, and they pulled this off all while planning all the way over in San Francisco. The very lovely Emilie of Pink Orchid Weddings appeared to be everywhere at once on their wedding day to make sure everything ran smoothly, she sent me a very detailed Excel schedule beforehand… overall, she made the day just THAT much better!
I was so excited to finally collaborate with Pink Orchid Weddings on a wedding. Make sure you’ve already checked out part one of this modern eco-chic wedding
It was only fitting that Jonah and Larry’s wedding save the date and invitation featured a theme of travel and their love for their home city, San Francisco.
After the ceremony, Jonah and Larry had some time to themselves, and after the large group photo I took them back to the grounds for tons of relaxed portraits with the two of them.
One of the first things I noticed about Larry’s band was how its color reminded me of all the pictures of guns he admires and puts online. It’s a titanium ring. Jonah is so so cute. I loved the personal touches she placed into her attire, including a purple crinoline that peeked out from under her dress
Meticulous details included DIY decor around the mason jars that held the fresh flowers, embossed detail on the menu cards. The favors were little jars filled with homemade Boston cream pie that Jonah and a couple others baked right before the wedding. I had one the next morning – delicious! Dessert included a cupcake display. Other details shown here include the bouquets, the mothers’ corsages, and the exit ribbon wands.
The escort card table was set up on an overlay of postcards. Each table was named after a destination that Jonah and Larry had traveled to. The guestbook was also made up of postcards that guests could sign. (top photo of postcards taken by Sue Cee Photography). Jonah made a modern sign that was draped over the wheel to reflect her modern aesthetic.