Fancy food, a beautiful location, nice clothes, great music, yummy drink, and pretty details certainly make for a good looking wedding. Grace and Carl’s wedding at Headlands Center for the Arts had all those things and more, but most importantly, they had great people at their celebration. Inviting fun loving folks to your wedding is really the best way to insure a fun party and great memories. Grace wore a jump suit instead of a dress. Their friend Bri from Lover Bee Botany did the fun flower/ foliage arrangements. I set up a self serve photo studio for guests. The Dexter Lake Club Band flew out from New York and rocked the dance party. At the end of the night Gillibus brought in a fleet of tricked out party busses to bring guests to the after party. This was an epic event with no lack of great people.
Post Category: Wedding
When Ashley and Dan told me that Dan had considered being shot out of a cannon for their wedding and that they were trying to figure out if a clear dance floor over the pool was doable, I knew these were the folks for me. While neither of these dreams came to fruition, their costume encouraged wedding was a blast non the less.
The Headlands Center for the Arts in Marin seems to inspire creativity. From the food, to the wall coverings, to the co-ed bathroom, so many aspects of this place are touched with beauty. The first of two weddings that I shot here in July, Rachael and Josh’s was a delightfully California wedding. Katie Powers Catering, as usual, put out an amazing spread of local culinary delights with fried chicken as the main course for dinner. A kickin’ Fleetwood Mac cover band aptly called Fleetwood Mask rocked the dance party.