Erin and Mike got married on a May 14 in Mill Valley, a small city just across the Golden Gate Bride. The weather was a little touch and go for a bit and quite overcast which is normal for the San Francisco area, but the rain held out until later in the evening. I loved everything about this wedding. The venues, the details, and of course the people. The vintage touch that went along with The Outdoor Art Club was perfect! I loved the little details that went into the guest book sign in table. The antique typewriter was perfect for the table and the guests wrote notes to the couple on vintage postcards. How cute is that? The vintage blue suitcase was the finishing touch on an already awesome table. The ceremony was held in an amazing church, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, across the street from the reception site. The church is a dome building with stained glass everywhere. Just gorgeous! The only issue is that when the main doors close it is a cave! So dark and no flash was allowed which was a bummer but we worked with what we had and rocked it! My second shooter for the day was Katie Elmer. We have a blast shooting weddings together and I love having her there. I can’t thank her enough for all her help at this wedding! I always say this but I seriously love my job and the wonderful friends I have made in this business.
If this wedding looks familiar, it may be because you saw her inspiration board a few months back! Click here to see it. All vendor information for this wedding is at the end of the post. 🙂
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Photographer – White Daisy Photography
Second photographer – Katie of Katie Elmer Photography
Ceremony Venue: Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Mill Valley
Reception Venue: The Outdoor Art Club, Mill Valley
Caterer’s : A Pampered Palate, Pleasanton
Coordinator: Sunna Yassin 650.315.3737
Hair and makeup – Mivali
Flowers: Mill Valley Flowers
Dj: DJ Goyo
Wedding Dress: Allure
Bridesmaids Dress: David’s Bridal
Groom’s suits: Men’s Wearhouse
Rings: Partita Custom Design Jewelry, San Francisco
Cake: Cake Delight, Livermore
Table numbers: Bride made! – I bought wooden block numbers, stained them and glued them to a base so they would be free standing.