Mount Tam San Francisco Styled Shoot
Just north of San Francisco’s famous Golden Gate Bridge is Mount Tamalpais. This styled shoot took place at a nearby estate, nestled on the edge of the gorgeous state park. The couple, fiercely beautiful in classic attire, incorporate bold accessories that fuel the passionate experience.
The alabaster exterior coupled with the dark wooden beams of the venue lent itself to quite the timeless vision. The bride and groom quietly and softly explores and embarks on their intimate surroundings, shutting out the world around them.
An array of wedding gowns fit the personality of this shoot. From a long-sleeve lace gown with an illusion neckline and lace cuffs, to a deep V-neck A-line gown, and finally, a short-sleeved dream featuring keyhole accents and embellished neckline, this bride looks exquisite with every turn.
The groom's look is a cool reminder that the classic black tuxedo and black bowtie are always in style. From the area’s spectacular view, he sees the sweet sunset through a suave pair of shades.
The confidently colored flowers are breathtakingly beautiful. Deep red ranunculus, pink cymbidium orchids, and lots of greenery create a magnificent and striking floral display. It pairs perfectly with the couple’s classic looks.
With this gorgeous couple strolling a well-maintained property and then traversing a rocky natural terrain, quite the juxtaposition is presented. All the while, the bride and groom wear peaceful and happy expressions in the low evening light.
This styled shoot is a refreshing representation of wedding polish, safely and gently overlooking the edges of trendy and traditional.
Featured in our Summer-Fall 2015 issue!
Photography - Mariel Hannah Creative Direction + Design - Rebekah Carey A&B Creative Couple - Paige Ricks and Azikiwe Aboagye Hair and Makeup - Katie Nash Beauty Floral Design - The Bloomery Co. Cake - The Whole Cake Veil - I Do! Bridal Ring - Trumpet and Horn Dress 1 - Claire Pettibone - Ariel Gown Dress 2 - Jean Ralph Thurin - Topaz Gown Location- Mount Tam in San Francisco,California