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Luxurious Palace Of Fine Arts Wedding Full Of Style

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We used candles, white flowers, greenery, and crystal vases. We wanted to keep it clean, and eliminate any clutter or colors that took from the venues…we wished to enhance what was already there.

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We chose the Palace Of Fine Arts for our ceremony because Scott’s great, great grandfather was the architect. We knew we always wanted classic/formal.. and this was just the place! We chose for our wedding party to be in black and keep flowers white with greenery as it went nicely with the stone of the rotunda.

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I am obsessed with the holidays. The family time, the decorations, the trees! I love it all. Scott took me to NYC for a week as my boss kept telling me I needed to use my PTO. I had never seen the tree at Rockefeller or the light show at Saks 5th Avenue… and I am a planner, so we had an agenda while we were there. He canceled our dinner reservations the first night so we could get some Christmas spirit in at the beginning of our trip. As we wrapped around the light show to the tree, he got down on one knee… he had a photographer and had been chatting with my closest friends about the ring, and I was in the dark! I felt like I was in a movie, and for a guy who claims to hate planning… he KILLED it!

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I had two gowns! I wanted classic and elegant for my ceremony gown. Marriage means a lot to me, and coming from a traditional family, I wanted something timeless. It had a high neck, long sleeves, and buttons down the train. For the party, I went for the other side of me. FULL glam with sparkly feathers to dance the night away.

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Food and drinks were the catering team from the Fairmont San Francisco. They had an open bar & their signature cocktails were a Skinny Spicy Margarita and Old Fashion. Menu items included:

Baked Rolls with Butter starter

Vine-ripe Tomato Salad, Ciliegine Mozzarella, Pesto Vinaigrette, Aged Balsamic, Cheese Straw


Seared Salmon, Cauliflower Puree, Herb Gnocchi, Mushrooms, Lemon Butter

Ravioli, Mushroom Ravioli, Mixed Mushrooms, Bellwether Farms Ricotta, Marinara

Seared Fillet, Creamy Horseradish Whipped Potatoes, Roasted Asparagus, Grilled Maitake Mushroom, Peppercorn Sauce


Lemon Wedding Cake

Coffee & Tea:

Royal Cup Cafe

Sumba Coffee & Decaffeinated Coffee

Fairmont Teas with Milk, Honey & Lemon

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The florals were white and romantic. The bridal bouquet consisted of roses, peonies, and cascading greenery.

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Kelly at Inticing Creations made the cake – it was a 4 layer lemon wedding cake!

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We LOVED our venues and our BAND! Lucky Devils Band 10 piece – would recommend it to anyone and everyone! Music is a huge part of our lives and we are so pleased with how they brought up the energy and kept the dance floor full all night!

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Photography: Apollo Fotografie | Floral Design: Floramor | Cake: Inticing Creations | Wedding Venue: Palace Of Fine Arts | Accomodations: Fairmont San Francisco | Beauty: Danielle Dentoni Artistry | Live Music: Lucky Devils Band

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