You aced the engagement. Now get involved with extracurriculars designed to make your big day extra special.
We give Midwestern transplant Jessie Stevens of Simply Jessie snaps for her artful and outdoorsy take on traditional wedding photography.
Take a page from the past with one-of-a-kind vintage gowns, as well as bohemian-inspired original designs from Daughters of Simone.
Gather guests in a cozy, rustic hideout with Shelter Co.’s luxury camping tents. Transform one into a creative lounge for the kids or create a secret site for sipping cocktails.
Ditch your textbook definition of dessert. One bite into a buttery, flaky Sweet Lauren Cakes’s Pie Pop (available in an ambitious assortment of seasonal flavors like apple cinnamon and strawberry rhubarb), and you’ll forget all about frosting. We promise.
Marrying major wow factor with sinful-good taste is a tough order, but stageworthy treats from TopChef: Just Desserts alum Yigit Pura and his Tout Sweet Patisserie let you have your cake and eat it, too.
Make your day dairy special with sandwiches from the Grilled Cheese Guy. Michael Davidson dishes melts (veggie and meat options) from his truck, fueling late-night drive-thru fantasies.
Home to the best in Bay Area bridal (Downey Street Events, Lisa Lefkowitz Photography, floral designer Sharla Flock Designs, stationery and craft guru HelloLucky, and makeup and hair artist Meaganne McCandess), Good Company is the one-stop shop for wedding planning and design.
Years ago, spiking the punch scored you detention. Now Rewinery keeps glasses full with an on-the-hour delivery service ready to provide more bottles in case you run out.
Despite honest attempts, you’ve yet to graduate from paint by numbers. Leave the designs — whimsical, ecofriendly bridal stationery — to the professionals at Chewing the Cud.
Ignite sparks among single guests with Weduary, a new app that uses Facebook to add a private social network to your wedding website, where guests can swap interests, stories, and stats.