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Gorgeous San Francisco Wedding Featuring Blue and Yellow Wedding Decor

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On Friday I had the honor of having a client’s wedding featured on the new California-dedicated page of Style Me Pretty!  My client had such clear and beautiful vision of what she wanted on her wedding day and incorporated many personal touches — much of her family participated or were involved in the wedding (hunting for the salmon served that night, making the wedding cake, and bringing cheese from Wisconsin for fondue)!  Natasha donned her grandmother’s wedding dress (over 50 years old) and her veil was one that her husband’s grandmother wore on her wedding day! I wrote a blog post several months ago that includes some other fun pictures from Nick and Natasha’s wedding — take a look for more inspiration from this lovely San Francisco wedding. Be sure to check out her stock certificate and map inspired wedding invitations — they’re incredibly unique.

The day was punctuated by a fresh blue and yellow color scheme, including lovely flowers by Branch Out Floral Design. Natasha and I both share a love of ribbons, and you can see she adorned them on her tables and throughout the reception.  Also impressive was the beer pairings she and Nick planned for each course during the reception.

Thank you Nick and Natasha for letting Style Me Pretty share your wedding day! Be sure to check out Natasha’s blog where she writes about life in Hong Kong.

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