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San Francisco Wedding Venues

If you are looking to DIY certain items for your wedding, boutonnieres can be a great place to start. While they might be small items, they are critical in adding on your wedding’s aesthetics and come with a variety of options for customization. And to top it all, learning the basics is very easy.While boutonnieres …

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The Old Homestead

Founded in 1867 in the quaint town of Crockett, The Old Homestead is a beautiful and historic wedding venue with years of experience in event hosting. It features a secluded garden, a charming home and majestic redwoods. These fuse together to form a picturesque setting where one can host intimae wedding receptions and ceremonies, and …

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Swedenborgian Church

Swedenborgian Church is the perfect place for the traditional bride that would like to tie the knot in a stunning chapel for a sacred ceremony. It’s one of those venues that make you feel closer to your significant guests. Right in the center of Pacific Heights, Swedenborgian Church fulfills that craving of having a perfect …

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Hastings House Garden Weddings

Looking to have an elope or even just a smaller, more intimate wedding? The Hasting House Garden offers the perfect setting for you. Located at Half Moon Bay, California, the Hasting House Garden includes a one-of-a-kind garden scenery. Stroll through the colorful bright flowers and trees as you approach your groom to exchange vows. The …

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Stanford Memorial Church

Built back in 1903, Standford Memorial Church is one of the best wedding venues with its stunning architectural design and illuminating atmosphere. With its dramatic walls full of stunning impressive artwork and massive pillars, you can really get a sense of elegance and sophistication. Walk down the bright red aisle as the musician plays romantic …

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