Something old. A small rose gold locket with the date 1937 inscribed on the side. given by Beth’s grandfather and worn by her grandmother.
Something blue. A plastic ring. Seemingly ordinary, yet extraordinary all at once, because Jay used it to ask Beth to be his wife.
Something borrowed. a flowering horseshoe charm from Jay and Beth’s neighbor back home in Perth, Australia.
Something new. Being husband and wife.
I love the way that little somethings tell a great big story.
In this story two Australians decided to pick up and bring their wedding to San Francisco and make it the first stop of an extended trip around the states.
Jay + Beth – your wedding was a dream for me. You made it feel like a holiday.
Riding around on a trolley with you and your guests was so much fun. I loved seeing the city through your eyes – and the hot cocoa we had at Ghirardelli Square was the best I’ve had in a really really long time.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Eliza did such a lovely job with Beth’s hair and makeup… classic and beautiful.
And I am officially obsessed with Crimson Horticulture and their amazing floral design.
A little vintage buffet table from One True Love to hold some tasty snacks for the guests before we hopped on the trolley for our tour of San Francisco.