A Vintage-Inspired Wedding at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco

Pamela (Pam) Bosh (30 and a product operations analyst) and William (Will) Hubbard (30 and a general manager at Escape Campervans) exchanged vows at Saint Ignatius on the campus of the University of San Francisco, the bride’s alma mater. "We both knew we had to be married in San Francisco, a city that means so much to both of us,” Pam says. “We kept the ceremony design simple and clean." Fresh spring blooms, including lily of the valley, roses, ranunculus, peonies and hydrangeas, filled the historic chapel. In true San Fran fashion, guests traveled to and from the event in motorized SF cable cars, eventually arriving at the marble courtyard in the center of the Legion of Honor. The newlyweds welcomed loved ones to a tent covered in string lights, inspired by the 1954 film "Sabrina." Pam and Will danced to "Till There Was You” from "The Music Man," an ode to Pam's love of old musicals. For dessert, Pam requested a replica of her parents’ wedding cake, a French croquembouche, while Will wanted his 100-year-old Grandma Moo's caramel cake, which the bakery thoughtfully re-created.