1920s Style San Francisco Wedding || Maureen + Steve

We didn’t even realize it, but we’ve got back-to-back NorCal weddings this week with today’s beautiful 1920s style San Francisco wedding, courtesy of photographer Chrissy Lynn.

1920s Style San Francisco Wedding

That dress! That hair! That handsome couple! Add together the great 1920s style details, the gorgeous church and beautiful venue (Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park) and you’ve got one seriously lovely day…

Event Coordination: Sadie Waddington, One Big Fish Events
Ceremony Venue: St. Agnes Church
Reception Venue: Conservatory of Flowers, Golden Gate Park
Caterer: Chef Stephanie
Dessert: Beaux Gateaux
Florist: Flora Grubb Gardens
Photographer:Chrissy Lynn
Hartmann Studios

Vintage Venue: The Queen Mary

Queen Mary

Vintage Cunard Poster via Art.com

The Queen Mary was born first as a luxury ocean liner (her maiden voyage was in 1936), became a troop ship during World War II, and was a glamorous cruise ship for decades. In 1967 she was sold to the City of Long Beach, and has been open to the public off and on since then. In her current incarnation she hosts events, conferences, and (yes) weddings!

Although there are some sections of the ship that may need a little TLC (like so many treasures of that era), there are so many gorgeous deco details remaining on the Queen Mary, any SoCal bride looking for a vintage wedding venue needs to check her out. I mean… just look… swoon-worthy lighting! Deco murals galore! Gold and mahogany and all that jazz…

(and there’s an Art Deco Festival being held aboard this weekend!)