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Golden Gate Club Wedding Party in San Francisco

Shira and Spencer Golden Gate Club wedding was off the chain. They have been together for a good bit of time (10 years or so). What a rockin’ party wedding. There were pre ceremony libations, an extended cocktail hour, and finger food dinner with no formal sit down meal. Their goal was to ensure their

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New York Dairy Farm Wedding

There is nothing quite like a good New York farm wedding… especially if your family owns the farm.  On a moody, partially cloudy day a group of happy people partied it up to celebrate Rachel and Kevin at her family farm in Litchfield, NY (outside of Utica in the middle of New York State).  Corn

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Private Estate Wedding In Bolinas

Meredith and Mike married each other at their friend’s private estate in beautiful, Bolinas, CA. Meredith surprised Mike with an evening fire dance performance.  Fog kissed this wedding just enough.  There was ice cream local to the couple’s neighborhood, friends and family with great stories, beer bong madness, and a rockin’ dance floor.  Anaviv Catering

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Triple S Ranch Wedding in Calistoga

Chelsea and Daniel’s celebrated life and love at their Triple S Ranch wedding. The Triple S Ranch is a rad venue. I shot a super fun Jewish / Indian wedding there in 2016. This year the hills looked a little different. The wedding was set against a background of mature nut trees and beautiful Victorian

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Jewish Wedding at the Temescal Beach House in Oakland

Norma lost her husband and Henry his wife, but through the marvels of modern day technology (JDate.com), Norma and Henry found love again.  Their sweet intimate ceremony at the Temescal Beach House in Oakland was heartfelt, and full of laughter. They focused on their love, and honored the love they had for their previous spouses. 

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Wine Lovers Wedding at Ru’s Farm in Healdsburg

New Traditions. Weddings can be many things, and people hold these celebrations for different reasons.  Many of the people I work with have been living together for several years.  At least around here, in Northern California, most people forgo wedding traditions that feel do resonate with them. The evocative traditions continue to be used.  I

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