I have a fabulous alternative wedding to share today. One with not only a unique story, but also a great offbeat vibe and plenty of quirky styling. So without further adieu, let me share with you this awesome couple’s story:
Once upon a time there were two creative spirits destined to fall in love. Kim, an artist and floral designer, who grew up in St Helena and lived in San Francisco and David, a technology entrepreneur, who travelled back and forth regularly to San Fran all the way from his hometown of Adelaide in South Australia. The pair were friends for 3 and a half years before David moved permanently to San Francisco. That is when they finally succumbed to their beating hearts and let themselves fall in love. The lovebirds planned a barn wedding in the Napa vineyards for September 2011, however were soon forced to speed things up to keep immigration at bay. So they married at San Francisco City Hall in February instead. Once September came, they got to celebrate their wedding once more with friends and family from all over the globe over a feast of succulent roast lamb. A couple of days later Kim and David were lucky enough to experience getting married a third time! They decided to retrace their steps to City Hall and beyond, whilst Harper Point Photography captured the story in a wonderful styled shoot.
Well, you couldn’t ask for a better tale and we couldn’t ask for anymore than these awesome images. Oh! and BTW… the gorgeous couple lived happily ever after!
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Photography: Harper Point Photography / Floral Designer: Chestnut & Vine Floral Design / Ceremony: San Francisco City Hall / Wedding Dress: Amy Kuschel / Groom’s Outfit: Ted Baker / Submitted via Two Bright Lights