Lauren and David decided to tie the knot in one of San Francisco’s most iconic art museums, the Legion of Honor. In a place that is already so majestic on it’s own, you have to be precise in planning florals and design that accentuate its elegance. In choosing garden-style floral arrangements and a neutral color palette, we were able effortlessly dress up the clean lines and historic charm of the venue.
The ceremony took place outdoors on the main lawn with a gorgeous view of the Golden Gate Bridge. Clouds of baby’s breath-lined the aisle that led to a remarkable chuppah constructed of four oversized trees overflowing with eucalyptus. Touches of twine and floating rose buds completed the enchanted garden look.
Family-style tables in the reception area were lavishly appointed with tall garden-like centerpieces and thin taper candles that created a soft and romantic ambiance. Clear acrylic seating seamlessly blended into the setting, leaving the focus entirely on the flowers.
Take a peak at all of the beautiful details, including Lauren’s incredible Lily of the Valley bridal bouquet, captured by Jessica Claire Photography!
Floral Design: Butterfly Floral and Event Design
Planning: Kate Carlson Events
Photography: Jessica Claire Photography
Venue: Legion of HonorLegion of Honor, outdoor ceremony, San Francisco Wedding, Wedding Design, Wedding Flowers, Wedding Trees, White and Green wedding