Berkeley City Club Wedding

The pool at this venue is one of the distinctive features. The California Historic Landmark designation says that Architect Julia Morgan's "Moorish and Gothic elements created a landmark of California design." Since the pool doesn't allow photography when members are swimming we only had a brief window to rush in here to take a photo before the ceremony began but don't worry we followed the rules and didn't run when we were inside the pool area.

This wedding took place at a California Historic Landmark, the Berkeley City Club. The historical society designation says that Architect Julia Morgan’s “Moorish and Gothic elements created a landmark of California design.” Not only was there distinctive architecture but the library, courtyard and pool all added to the elegance of the wedding. The courtyard was...
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Temescal Beach House


This is what an office romance done right looks like. John and Nicole, who met at work, were married in Oakland at the Temescal Beach House. The Beach House has a beautiful view of Lake Temescal and a pair of waterfalls on the property. One of my favorite moments at this event was the bouquet...
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The Outdoor Art Club

  The Outdoor Art Club in Mill Valley was the venue for this beautiful wedding. They had a great cocktail hour and the couple took the time to make a quick jaunt through the redwoods nearby, which I think paid off nicely.