One night, in a small borough of San Fransisco, Brittany and Boone met for their first date at Brittany’s favorite vegan sushi restaurant. Little did she know at the time, Boone was not a fan of sushi – or the vegan cuisine at all! But somewhere in between the seaweed salads and ahi tuna, the two bonded over things like pie, hiking, camping, and wine – which would one day stem into a love like no other.
During a hiking trip through the hills of Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley, California, Boone proposed to Brittany in a secluded alcove overlooking the cities below. After sharing the exciting news with friends and family, Boone and Brittany celebrated by enjoying a romantic dinner at Khai, in San Fransisco.
When I met Brittany and Boone, I immediately picked up on the love they share and I got to see what a fun couple they are! I have a feeling you’ll see through their photos how each of their personalities were incorporated in all aspects of their wedding at The Mansion at Natirar. Here are some of my favorites from the beautiful day:
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Brittany said yes to the dress when she purchased her gown by Provonias at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City.
Something old, something new: the bride wore her great grandmother’s necklace which was passed down through many generations, first to her grandmother who is pictured holding the necklace below.
The most perfect moments to capture are the imperfect ones – like when you’re poppin’ the bubbly and the champagne is just about to over flow! Don’t worry Janice, you’re still an awesome bridesmaid!
Brittany hand-made these gorgeous necklaces for her bridesmaids to wear – it perfectly matched the girls’ dresses and flowers and pulled the little pops of yellow throughout all the wedding details. You KNOW I’m a fan of yellow so I was totally in my glory!
Three generations of love: The bride, her mother, and grandmother join hands to admire their rings.
The groom gets ready to tie the knot.
I don’t pick favorites, but how can’t I with these gorgeous flowers? The greenery, succulants and all things sunflower yellow were incorporated in the bride’s beautiful bouquet.
Boys will be boys! The groom assembled Legos before the nuptials.
Both Brittany and Boone were all smiles for the first look!
After snowing nearly 10 inches just days prior, the sun shined on the Calhoun’s “spring” wedding day.
Grooming the groom: Boone gets his beard touched up before seeing his bride walk down the isle.
As a self proclaimed ‘crazy plant lady’ I was lovin’ this instillation by Jardiniere with all the air plants! They really made the mansion at Natirar look magical and it suited the venue just perfectly!
The Mansion at Natirar is the perfect setting for I Do’s.
How beautiful is this back drop? The Mansion at Natirar is filled with a rustic charm that perfectly fit the vision Brittany and Boone had for their wedding day.
Complete with uplighting and candles, the room featured an intimate, but elegant look.
The Mansion at Natirar really is the perfect spot for a beautiful wedding in any season.
The head table was beautifully decorated with candles, flowers, and love for the bride and groom.
The live band made sure guests were dancing all night!
Wedding Venue // The Mansion at Natirar
Wedding Dress // Kleinfeld Bridal // Designer: Provonias // Style: Druida
Tux // Mens Wearhouse
Music // Craig Scott Entertainment, Escapade
Officiant // Abigail O’Brien
Flowers // Jardiniere Fine Flowers