A Classic Wedding at Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California

Talk about a room with a view! The space inside Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California, revealed gorgeous water and hilly landscape views throug

Talk about a room with a view! The space inside Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California, revealed gorgeous water and hilly landscape views through its large windows, winning over Brooke Thompson (29 and a teacher) and Clayton Thompson (30 and a computer programer) for their intimate, classic wedding. They wanted bright colors to accent the day, so they combined vibrant pinks and oranges with neutral colors of gray, brown and white to create the ideal balance. The day began with the ceremony, which took place at the white chapel, where Brooke and Clayton placed letters, vows and a small bottle of champagne inside a box to open on their five-year anniversary. The bridesmaids dressed in bright pink floor-length dresses and the groomsmen sported light gray suits, standing on both sides of Brooke and Clayton as they shared their first kiss. The party moved to the reception hall, where guests found their dining tables draped with burlap runners and flag numbers. Vibrant pops of colors came from orange and pink centerpieces, filled with blooming dahlias, roses and chrysanthemums. We absolutely loved the delicate white wedding cake, with round layers decorated in fresh blooms that embodied the vibrant, airy feel Brooke and Clayton envisioned. See more of these classic details, with colorful accents seen throughout the day, below.

Brooke held a round bouquet filled with pastel-colored peonies, roses and hydrangeas, plus a green succulent or two. Similar arrangements decorated the day, from the altar arrangements to the dining table centerpieces.
Guests received square kraft paper invitations with a white and blue design that gave off a nautical feel. The stationery reflected the reception location, which took place on the hills of Tiburon, California, overlooking the distance waters.
After trying on only a few other dresses, Brooke put on a strapless white dress with a ruffled skirt and sweetheart neckline. She fell in love with the dotted tulle pattern and simple bodice, embodying an elegant look for the classic occasion.
Brooke picked out a pair of white Betsey Johnson heels, with crystal-accented bows topping the toes for a glamorous touch. She also loved the shoes'  blue bottoms.
The bridesmaids wore one-shoulder dresses in a shade of bright pink that draped down to the floor, flowing elegantly with every movement. The gowns complemented the wedding colors and added pops of brightness, just as Brooke and Clayton wanted.
The ceremony took place inside Old St. Hilary's church, spotted from the window at Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California. "The ceremony was very special to us, since we wanted something intimate that included our family and friends," Brooke says. "The chapel was so quaint and beautiful inside, with the wooden walls and high ceiling that needed very little flowers."
As guests entered the ceremony space, they received white programs with purple and pink text that listed the wedding party. The classic stationery incorporated subtle touches of color, which tied into the wedding's colors.
Brooke and Clayton shared their first kiss at the altar inside Old St. Hilary's church, bordered by two flower arrangements perched on top of pillars. During the ceremony, Brooke and Clayton placed letters they wrote, letters their parents wrote and a small bottle of champagne inside a box, which they planned to open on their five-year anniversary.
Brooke and Clayton's first date was in San Francisco, California; six years later, they got married in the same area. Clayton proposed to Brooke with a round-cut diamond ring in an embellished halo setting, which inspired the design of her ring.
Brooke and Clayton stood outside with their wedding party, all wearing pink accents. The bridesmaids wore one shoulder floor-length dresses in bright pink, while the groomsmen wore ties in the same shade of pink under their light gray suits.
The bridesmaids held an orange round bouquet, filled with dahlias and roses (with the occasional pink flower thrown into the mix). The flower arrangement blended nicely with the bright pink floor-length bridesmaid dresses.
At the reception, guests sat around dining tables covered in white linens. Orange and white flower arrangements decorated the tables, marked with burlap flags that matched the burlap runners draped down the middle.
Burlap flag numbers marked each dining table at the reception at Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California, matching the burlap runners. The flags stuck out from flower centerpieces, filled with bright orange, pink and green flowers.
Brooke and Clayton walked along the waterfront dock near Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California, where their wedding took place. Clayton rocked a classic look with his light gray suit, plus a light pink tie that added a nice touch of color.
Gray stationery with white and pink text displayed a thank-you message for friends and family. Pink napkins bordered the cards, and the display sat on top of elegant gold charger plates.
The three-tier white cake sat on top of a simple white stand, displaying the delicious-looking dessert for all to admire. White and orange blooms accented the surface of the cake with a draping design, topped with a burlap flag decoration.
Brooke and Clayton swayed to their first dance on the wooden dance floor inside Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California, with white linens and twinkling string lights draped from above. They chose the location because of the gorgeous views that showcased the charm of San Francisco, where Brooke and Clayton went on their first date.