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An Outdoor Wedding in Glen Allen, CA

  • Sara Remington/Anna Kuperberg Photography, San Francisco
    Michelle Chen Miyairi, Bliss’d, Sunnyvale
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Alexis & Sean in Glen Allen, CA
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Alexis’ earth-toned bouquet of dried bunny tails, black bearded wheat, and lavender complemented her dress.
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Alexis and Sean’s ceremony was held on a raised platform, giving guests a better view of the surrounding oak trees, vineyard, and rolling hills.
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Every aisle chair was decorated with dried grain bound with twine. They shared a similar rustic look with the bride’s bouquet.
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Apple-shaped wine charms hung from a corkboard next to the glasses. They were personalized with each guest’s name to help keep their drinks straight.
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Chef Jon Sears, San Mateo
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The couple chose four flavors of mini cupcakes. Instead of cutting into a small cake, the newlyweds sliced a large chocolate cupcake at the top
Sibby’s Cupcakery, San Mateo
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Alexis & Sean in Glen Allen, CA

The best friend of Alexis worked in the same lab as Sean, so the two would always run into each other. He had a crush on her and made the first move by walking Alexis to her car and kissing her on the cheek. Nearly three years later, the couple visited New York City for Alexis’ birthday. She had a nasty cold, so Sean struggled to find the perfect moment to propose. When a carriage ride in Central Park didn’t go as planned, he improvised. The Bride Alexis Ross, 27, a digital film restorer The Groom Sean Gallaher, 34, a post-doctoral researcher The Date July 26 That night, at the top of Rockefeller Center, Sean showed her a ring. Shocked, Alexis asked which finger it was for. When he pointed to her left hand, it finally clicked and she said yes!
- Patricia Bryan
Their Ingredients
  • Sara Remington/Anna Kuperberg Photography, San Francisco
  • Michelle Chen Miyairi, Bliss’d, Sunnyvale
  • B.R. Cohn Winery
  • Chef Jon Sears, San Mateo
  • Sibby’s Cupcakery, San Mateo

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