Let me first say what an honor it was being a part of Jordan and David's wedding.. two amazing people with the most perfect wedding. They are perfect for each other, this is what weddings are all about. From the beginning, Jordan and David had the choice of hundreds of photographers, and I'm honored they chose me and my team.
Big thanks to the wedding coordinator: F. Duncan Reyes Events and his wonderful team, the look on Jordan's face when she saw the Bentley Reserve was priceless.
Complete vendor list
Ceremony Location: The Bentley Reserve
Getting ready: Fairmont San Francisco
Photography: Clane Gessel and team
Wedding planner and event design guru: F. Duncan Reyes Events by Design
Florist: Tanjeeryn Designs
Linens: Napa Valley Linens
Lighting: Got Light
Invitations: Paper on Pine
Videographer: AVR Films
Wedding Day Stationary: Mercurio Brothers
Caterer: Jane Hammond Events
Cake: Cake Coquette
Cake pops: Sweet Lauren Cakes
Reception Band: Dick Bright Orchestra
Transportation: Classic Cable Car
Ceremony Music: Golden Gate Music
Gown Desitner: Mark Zunino
Veil: Mark Zunino
Bridal jewelry: Douglas Jewelers
Bridal Shoes: Manolo Blahnik
Hair and Makeup: Sherrie Long
Honeymoon: The Resort at Pedregal
Bridesmaids dresses: Monique Lhuliller
Groom's formalwear: Hugo Boss - Bloomingdale's
Thank you to all involved, wishing the very best for Jordan and David's life in love together.
A bit from the beautiful bride:
"It is easiest for me to think of our wedding in segments: getting ready, ceremony, and reception. For each of those I have a favorite memory. In the beginning of the day I was most excited to see my groom – we had a romantic first look that took place on the top of the staircase that afterwards led us down the stars to our wedding party and close family and friends. Our ceremony music and décor we had thought about extensively. Our aisle was lit by candles, the strings were playing “At Last” and the double doors opened as my parents and I walked down the aisle. For the reception David and I had left to take our post- ceremony photos and when we returned the room had been “flipped” for dinner. We walked into the room and I was speechless – all the meetings, Pinterest boards, countless hours scouring the internet, and numerous e-mails actually brought what I had in my mind to reality. David and I were given a sampling of appetizers (we had not eaten all day – BRIDES PLEASE EAT!) and walked up the stairs to take a birds eye view of the room before everyone was welcomed into dinner. This moment was also our brief alone time, and the first private moments we shared as husband and wife admiring our wedding reception layout."