Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Julie and Michael's Wedding Part One

We are getting close to the holidays and we plan on celebrating by posting images from Julie and Micheal's wedding this entire week! You might remember them from the engagement photos Aurora posted a few months ago, see them all over again here.
Let's start right away with Part One, and join us as bride and groom get ready for their big day.

Julie and Michael are artists themselves and have an amazing studio space which we adorned with lights and potted lavender and olive plants which could be planted on their property after the event. Sadie helped them take care of all the little details needed for a beautiful wedding.

Choosing environmentally sound jewelry was a priority, so  Julie and Michael picked their rings at D & H Sustainable Jewelers in San Francisco. This is one of our favorite places, as Shawn and Lindsay are deeply committed to changing their industry. You can read more about them here.

Here are the guys getting ready. Gorgeous sunny day for a wedding!

The couple's garden provided the flower girls with all the petals they needed. And the ring bearer helped them fill out their baskets.

Julie and Michael decided not to see each other before the wedding. You will have to wait to see Julie as well, check back tomorrow for Part Two of the wedding!

Locally Grown Weddings Members:

Event Planning: Sadie Waddington
Catering: Chef Stephanie
Photography: Aurora Meneghello
Flowers and Design: Madeline Trait
Wedding Desserts: Pei-Yee Woo

Venue: Private Residence

Locally Grown Weddings Partners:

Jewelry: D&H Sustainable Jewelers
Rentals: Hartmann Studios


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  2. Thank you! Make sure to check out part two and three for more wedding tips and photos!
    The LGW Team

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