Pat and Tony have an unusual story and one that I find enthusiastically filled with adventure, love, and above all, friendship. They began as coworkers for close to thirty years, but when a few years after Tony was widowed, he and Pat molded their longstanding friendship into a romantic one. Today, they are both retired and love to travel endlessly, with Australia and Fiji already checked off their lists and trips to Buenos Aires and Antarctica coming up. I chided Pat when she originally reached out that there was “romantic hope for me yet” as it was her first marriage, which led to a conversation about how difficult it is to give up a lifetime of independence for shared compromise. That being said, it would appear that despite the battle for compromise, these two are going to spend the rest of their lives together in grand adventures.
Andrea's grandparents held a Notre Dame des Victoires wedding, so when they decided to have a destination elopement in San Francisco, it seemed like the perfect location, complete with a reception at the Mill Rose Inn in Half Moon Bay, CA.
Kelli and Lucas came to me by way of another one of my favorite couples, Sara and Will. In fact, Lucas is standing in half [...]
This could also be titled: the Sutro Baths Engagement Session that almost wasn't. Carolyn, Robert and I met for some delicious cocktails and apps at [...]
All weddings should have farm tables. All weddings should have relaxed planners and coordinators as amazing as the gals at Posh & Folk. All weddings [...]