SF Dogpatch Sutton Cellars Wedding

The Baker & The Dr, Part II. Yay this got published on Artfully wed! This smart couple split their wedding celebrations into two days.  I think it made each day more manageable tho they were eventful. It's a great way to show your out of town family & friends your city. And since it was both on a week day (Weds + Fri) it was more cost effective. We took one of the wedding packages and broke it in two (why not?), 4 hrs of coverage each day. Kara & Edward did a lot of cool things for their wedding. Like more photo sessions,  ate at two different venues, and they had friends pitch in on some of the food & entertainment. Edward's pastry chef friend made their gorgeous wedding cake. Edward (who made his own colorful pickles) and his chef friends at Piccinos did the beautiful & delicious reception spread & their friend's band played. It was a lot of fun enjoying local wines at Sutton cellars, and eating tasty burgers from Doc's of the bay. Doesn't this wedding make you want to do your wedding exactly the same! It was such a nice S.F experience. Sutton cellars, Dogpatch, Cavallo pt, delicious beautiful food...Yes please!

This is also the first time I worked with Kate of Pieces by Violet twice in one month, and I just adore her. I've totally collected this cute british vintage lover as a friend.


Sutton Cellars


Stacy of 

Wink! Weddings

Vintage rentals:

Pieces by Violet


Tali of 


Food Truck:

Doc's of the Bay


ake: Gift from groom's pastry chef friend at



JuneBride Lettering

 via Etsy

Hair and Makeup: 

Susie Chhuor


Nicole Miller "Tara" via 

The Wedding Party

Short lace dress: 


Kara's shoes: 

Jimmy Choo "Agnes"

Fur jacket: 



Elizabeth Cole


mignonne handmade

 via Etsy

Feather hair accessory: 

Pomp & Plumage

 via Etsy


Proper Suit

Groom's tie: 


Groom's shoes: 

To Boot New York

Bride's band ring: 

Adel Chefridi

Bride's solitaire ring: 

Bario Neal

Groom's ring: 

Jenny Windler