Courtnie & Sean’s Wedding | Old St. Mary’s Cathedral & Julia Morgan Ballroom

by erin

Courtnie and Sean are a fun-loving, amazing couple who planned their wedding to take place over the span of a few locations in San Francisco. They started out getting ready at the Omni Hotel where the bride and groom each took some getting shots and their individual portraits.  Courtnie looked stunning in her gown from Priscilla of Boston and was gorgeous! Sean was equally handsome in his tuxedo and they both got ready for their big “first look” moment down at the pier near the San Francisco Ferry Building. Once at the pier, they waited to see each other, and shared a very special first look moment. What a gorgeous day and amazing weather as well!   They were stunning and had onlookers from all around watching them take their photos.  What an exciting day!

They then headed to the chapel at Old St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco and had a gorgeous ceremony.  Their accents of navy, oranges, creams, and pinks were truly gorgeous and perfect for the fall weather.  The church was stunning and the guests were moved by the marriage of this couple and we could feel it throughout the day.Once the ceremony was complete, everyone headed over to the Julia Morgan Ballroom and enjoyed a luxurious evening that was precisely planned by the bride and groom. Gorgeous centerpieces and decorative accents personalized the space to Sean and Courtnie’s style as a couple.  They then celebrated the rest of the evening on the dance floor!

Congratulations to Courtnie & Sean!  We are so happy for you both and wish you all of the best for New Year ahead as a newly married couple!

Ceremony | Old Saint Mary’s Cathedral

Reception | Julia Morgan Ballroom

Dress | Vineyard Collection From Priscilla of Boston

Florist | Leighsa Montrose From Branch Out Floral & Event Design

Hair & Makeup | Monica From L Salon

Caterer | Union Street Catering

Cake | Creative International

Band/DJ | Notorious

Lighting | Got Light

 

 

 

 


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