Kenny and Chris married at The Presidio Chapel held their reception at The University Club. Kenny and friends made the centerpieces out of old apothecary bottles found at antique shops, chandelier pieces gathered from here and there, wood slices from michaels, mason jars, bleached peacock feathers, and anemones. Oh, and the masks for the photo booth are from Eskay.

new years wedding

Congratulations to Chris and Kenny! We wish you two a lifetime a happiness and love.

Photography by Nancy Neil


Comments (7)

Happy Nappy Bride | Reply

Man, that dress is beautiful…so airy.

Megan | Reply

This wedding just looks like so much fun!

Marija | Reply

I love the bride’s and groom’s clothes – so chic!
Lovely lovely wedding!

Lindsay MacDonald | Reply

This wedding is so spectacularly different- it’s stylish, but not stuffy. It’s whimsical, and doesn’t take itself too seriously, but it’s wonderfully pulled together. His suit is fantastic, the Eskay masks are just the right combination of Venice and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Thank you so much for sharing this inspiration!

April?weddings | Reply

Love the “Just Married” sign. The couple kissing right above it looking sweet and romantic…how nice it is to be in LOVE!!!!

Lex Cut | Reply

Oh I need more photos from this wedding! It really looks nice! The bride’s dress was really stunning!

Purse Pixie | Reply

What a great idea to do the photo booth with the masks. I might try that at my next New Year’s party!

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