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Real Wedding: San Francisco


Shannon and Pratap both work at Google, and for their San Francisco wedding they did an amazing job of blending traditional American and Indian wedding elements! The Foreign Cinema served as the venue for the event, and all of the vintage film equipment proved to be perfect props for some wedding images. My favorite weddings are always those where you feel like you get to know a couple by looking at their photos, and this is certainly one of those instances. The beautiful images were taken by Sara of onelove photography and the rest of the vendors are listed below (plus, you can see more images on the onelove photography blog):


Florist: Natalie Bowen | www.nataliebowendesigns.com
Wedding Dress: Priscilla of Boston | www.priscillaofboston.com
Shoes: Christian Louboutin | www.christianlouboutin.com
Wedding Hair: Bara Krejcikova | www.baramakeupartist.com
Wedding Makeup: Bara Krejcikova | www.baramakeupartist.com
Bridal Jewelry: Mangatrai | www.mangatrai.com
Menswear: Z Zegna | www.zegna.com
Caterer: Foreign Cinema | www.foreigncinema.com
Cake/Cupcakes: Foreign Cinema | www.foreigncinema.com
Invitations: Tiny Prints | www.tinyprints.com
DJ/Entertainment: Aim 2 Pleez | www.aim2pleez.com
Bridal Veil: True Blue Bridal | www.truebluebridal.com
Officiant: Leland Kim | www.lelandkim.com


4 comments:

Hindsight Bride said...

The colors are fantastic! And I am totally impressed with the pared down, modern table settings. While I am personally a fan of flowers, it's nice to see that they are a choice, and you can still have beautiful tables without them. That, and the donation favors take center stage on these tables. A big, big plus!

Thanks for sharing this beautiful wedding!

Full Circle Eventi said...

Love the entire spread! Very natural look and a great blended ceremony.
I would have loved to see more pictures of the wedding party though.

Lizzie said...

What a great wedding! So colorful and creative. i love the way their photo booth prints turned out!

Emmanuel@Outdoor Weddings said...

What a great wedding! I love the blending of the cultures of the couple with the reception and the venue. :D