Jen and Carl picked the Flood Mansion, located in downtown San Francisco, as the venue for their wedding. Our happy couple were putting on the final touches – well, mostly the ladies were perfecting hair and makeup. Our bride looked absolutely stunning…
Before the ceremony, Jen snuck up on Carl for a few quick kisses and a stroll before their wedding.
The Flood Mansion was decked out for the reception, with personal touches and beautiful flowers adorning the tables. The mansion used to be home to the James Leary Flood family in the early 1900′s. The place if full of marble, carved wood, and tons of Victorian charm.
Friends and family were gathered in the garden for the wedding. Our bride’s father happily walked her down the aisle to an anxiously awaiting groom – who looked pretty happy himself. And, the ceremony wen’t perfectly, resulting a newly married couple!
The bride’s father offered big congratulatory hugs, and while waiting for his new wifey during a dress adjustment, our new Mr. had a chance to sample the our de hourves, and the bridesmaids did a perfect job of, well, being bridesmaids!
Our newlyweds took a quick tour of all the unique and quiet corners of the Flood Mansion while guests gathered in the ballroom. There are over 11,000 square feet available to wander through at the Flood Mansion, which are all yours during your wedding and reception.
Our happy couple made their entrance and then we hit the balcony for a few shots before the sun set over the city. The guests go in on the picture action, too…
Then it was time for toasts, first dances, and cake!
Congratulations, Jen and Carl!
Jen and Carl were married at the James Leary Flood Mansion located in San Francisco, California.