Sara and Francisco’s wedding was an unconventional celebration of love. There were no bridesmaids, no groomsmen, the bride didn’t hide away before the ceremony, and it was entirely perfect. In stripping away many of the conventions from their wedding, a beautiful simplicity and sense of intimacy were created that allowed for their personalities and inspiring love to really shine. Coming together in the very charming and delightfully quirky Port Costa, a tiny gem of a town tucked between rolling hills of Martinez and the Carquinez Strait, the ceremony was held in a eucalyptus framed meadow next to an old school house, and the reception down the street at the Bull Valley Roadhouse. From the boho blankets that guests sat on while watching the ceremony to the New Orleans style parade that moved guests from the ceremony to the reception (complete with a trumpet player), Sara and Francisco shared their unique and colorful love and it was nothing short of enchanting.
Special thanks to our wonderful vendor team!
Ceremony Venue: Post Costa School House
Reception Venue: Bull Valley Roadhouse
Flowers: Mother and sister of the bride
Live Music: Tumbledown House
Wood Carving: Planks For The Memories
Photography: Purple Fig Photography
Transportation: Mexican Bus
Hair and Makeup: Whittany Robinson
Additional Photo Venue: Theater of Dreams
And lastly thank you so much to the couple's very helpful friends and family!