Hayley and Sandy had a tiny 20 person family wedding in Bolinas. It was a fluid and harmonious collaborative affair. The ceremony and reception location was changed the morning of the wedding. Fortunately, by the time I arrived for getting ready pics in the early afternoon, everything was sorted out. A new location had been decided upon and vendors alerted.
Hayley and I talked about the flow of the day and timeline while she was doing her makeup. Once we arrived at the house where the wedding was going to happen, Hayley and I walked around the property and figured out the best spot for the ceremony. The best spot close to the house happened to be in the middle of a small street with an epic vista.
The ceremony was brief and beautiful. Katie Powers (one of my favorite caterers) was took the last minute changes in stride. Her flawless locally sourced, absurdly good, real food was a hit. Desserts by The Bovine Bakery (another favorite of mine) were excellent. The wind and the sea air added to the sensory feast of the day. The Town Howlers, a local bluegrass band, provided excellent background music. At the end of the day, though not exactly as originally planned, this tiny Bolinas wedding worked out perfectly.