Gina and Sebastian’s San Francisco elopement ceremony is all the proof you need that even the smallest of weddings can be special and stunning. Exchanging vows at Gray Whale Cove, followed by a lovely dinner in their own dining room, these two have redefined the modern elopement.
Gina didn’t refuse the chance to look like a classic bride. She wore a long sleeve lace wedding gown, pearl earrings, and a sleek updo
She joined Sebastian, who was clad in a gray suit, at the top of a cliff overlooking the sea.
They exchanged vows, rings, and laughs before taking some sunset photos on the beach.
Gina even put in a classic veil for an extra bridal look.
Their celebration continued back at home with a dinner for two. The dining room was transformed with beautiful flower arrangements, bursting swags of greenery, and white candles.
Place settings and décor were all from the bride’s mother’s, grandmother’s, and great-grandmother’s personal collections.
Even though it was just the two of them, the wedding day of Gina and Sebastian was memorable, classic, and sentimental. It’s not the number of guests that make the wedding; it’s experiencing the feelings and creating the memories for which you've dreamed that make the plans, small or large, worthwhile.
Featured in our Winter-Spring 2016 issue.
Photographer: Michele Beckwith Florist: Mandolin Flowers Dinner Venue: Our home in San Francisco Ceremony Venue: Gray Whale Cove, Half Moon Bay, California Decor (China, Crystal and Silver): bride's mother, grandmother and great-grandmother's collections Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo Cake: Susie Cakes Bakery Pastor: Jeff Reed Private Chef: Chef John Griffiths