Conservatory of Flowers San Francisco Wedding

Stefanie and Mark were married in San Francisco at the Conservatory of Flowers. This couple lives just around the corner from this venue in Golden Gate Park and wanted their guests to experience a hidden gem of the city. They looked for a venue setting that was naturally beautiful, and you can’t top the breathtaking tropical galleries inside the conservatory for cocktail hour and Golden Gate Park views during dinner.

This couple wanted their day to feel energizing, joyous and fresh with bright pops of color. We played off of the tropical greenery vibes of the venue and electrified the palette with some vibrant pink tones which cascaded into many shades of pink and peach. Dinner tables were adorned in velvet jade linens to contrast with the beautiful all white building and clean white chairs to keep the design feeling clean. We ended with a beautifully lighthearted yet modern design for this lively and fun loving couple.

Weaving in the greenery of the venue, we opted for tropical inspired stationery with mixed with clear acrylic and colored acrylic to play off the venue’s many glass windows and for a modern and sleek feel. Stef and Mark were married by the bride’s brother, who added lots of fun detail about their relationship, including their worldly travels and sailing adventure to the bahamas which the groom captained. Stefanie had a homage to her grandmother by carrying her vintage beaded purse throughout the day.

They selected a modern copper pipe chuppah which Amanda Vidmar Design adorned in electrifying dahlias and bougainvillea. Guests were welcomed to cocktail hour with the couple’s favorite beverage – margaritas and they enjoyed roaming the conservatories galleries. Inside, all of the acrylic was colored a beautiful pink to pop against the tropical greenery. As guests headed back outside to dinner, they were delighted by the conservatory’s light show which illuminated the white conservatory in lots of brightly lit tones. Our bride and groom kicked off dinner with an explosive pop of a jeroboam of champagne and continued to celebrate throughout the night with a raging dance party and traditional Jewish dances.