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A Modern Bayside Wedding in San Francisco, CA

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Jenn & Caleb in San Francisco, CA
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The guys’ lapels got texture from succulents and fiddlehead ferns.
A Simple Ceremony
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Succulents brought color to the girls’ gray looks.
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Jenn’s cousin’s daughter wore a halo crown of succulents.
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Large cylinder vases filled with seashells decorated the waterside ceremony.
South End Rowing Club
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Since they both frequent the San Francisco Bay as members of the South End rowing Club, it only made sense for Jenn and Caleb to get married there.
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White and red hydrangeas were displayed loosely
in eclectic containers.
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Each table was labeled with a different sea creature to tie into the ocean theme.
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A basket of towels was on deck for the late-night postceremony bay swim.
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Guests partied to a local psychedelic bluegrass band (that also had played classical numbers at the ceremony).
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Jenn & Caleb in San Francisco, CA

The Bride Jennifer (Jenn) Yao, 28, contract furniture account executive at One Workplace The Groom Caleb Lawson, 28, producer at IGN.com The Date October 1 To play up their historic bayside venue, Jenn and Caleb opted for an ocean theme, using a base palette of gray, greens and muted blues. Pops of red were incorporated to honor Jenn’s Chinese heritage (it also happens to be the club’s signature hue).
- Susan Waits
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  • A Simple Ceremony
  • Hartmann Studios
  • Jugtown Pirates

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