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Alli & Jeff: A Modern Wedding in San Francisco, CA

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Alli & Jeff in San Francisco, CA
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Small black bud 
vases filled with fiddlehead ferns, coxscomb and cherries added color to the cocktail tables.
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The couple didn’t have a cake -- they instead opted for a candy bar and dessert station that served treats like mini chocolate cakes with chocolate buttercream and coffee mousse.
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Though Alli didn’t change out of 
her Pronovias gown for the reception, she did switch her hairstyle -- and shoes. To match Jeff, she slipped on a pair of white Vans sneakers.
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Alli and Jeff took to the dance floor for the first time as a married couple to "Bless the Broken Road," by Rascal Flatts.

Alli & Jeff in San Francisco, CA

Alli and Jeff met in high school, but it wasn’t until college when they connected. Their romance began when Alli was studying at San Diego State and Jeff was in town visiting a mutual friend for Fourth of July weekend. After hanging out that weekend, it didn’t take long for the two to become a couple. The Bride Alli Paris, 24, hairstylist The Groom Jeff Dunnam, 24, financial analyst The Date July 12 They dated through college, and Jeff proposed just before Valentine’s Day during their senior year. The couple finished up their last semester and started to plan a dream wedding at the Clift Hotel in San Francisco. With some help from her sister, a wedding planner, Alli spiced up her black-and-white color combo by adding feather accents to everything from her bouquet to her reception hairstyle.
- Christa Vagnozzi
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