There’s something about a big green lawn in front of a body of water. It makes you want to get out the lawn bowling equipment, mix up a mint julep, and just watch the ships go by. They are also good spots for weddings. It just so happened that Greg and Amy mixed the two together, and the end result was a damn good time. The only real variable with any outdoor wedding is the weather. Add to the fact that we are in San Francisco, and things can get dicey at times. Not on this day my friend. We had a picture perfect day with blue skies, green grass, and a bartender who knew how to pour. What follows are some of my favorite from the day. Enjoy!
Lots of new things happening. I got a new car. Well, it’s more a van than a car, but it has style. Can you say VW Vanagon? This also means that I got a new mechanic (who I will, unfortunately, get to know all too well.) Jen got assigned to a new school. She’s got some great little students to work with. And Ali and Peter got a new marriage. Bam! Out of all of them, I would say the latter is the best of the three (except I do sort of feel married to my van for some reason – call me old fashion). So it was off to the Golden Gate Club for a wonderful and heartfelt Buddhist inspired wedding. The colors were popping and the views were amazing.
Take a look and see for yourself.
Yep, they're pretty happy.