A wedding in the Presidio is always filled with beautiful colors and elegance. Morgan and Aaron were married in stylish beauty with amongst their friends and family at the Chapel of Our Lady. That morning they both got dressed and ready with their brides maids and groomsmen at the Inn at the Presidio. Morgan was calm and enjoyed the morning with her girlfriends as they all helped each other get dressed for the day. She wore a stunning Ponovia dress that was a gorgeous silhouette with a breath taking train.

When it was time we lead Morgan down to where the light beautifully poured through the trees under the awning of the inn. Aaron stood Anxiously waiting for his bride to be where they shared first look followed by an epic walk through the trees of the Lover’s Lane. The Two danced among the trees and shared a kiss in the soft light. Their wedding ceremony was filled with laughter and tears as the couple exchanged their vows to one another surrounded by the beautiful stained glass windows in the boutique chapel. Their backdrop was aligned with the beautiful eucalyptus trees and it photographed so beautifully. When the ceremony ended all their guests and friends poured out of the church for a group photo and video moment!

The reception was at the Presidio Officer’s Club right next door to the chapel and the Inn. We were quite pleased to learn at the reception that Morgan and Aaron were quite the amazing dancing pair. They were so light on their feet and danced to the sounds of swing. With the reception being just a short walk the inn guests were able to bounce back to the Inn to relax at anytime. I love the beautiful Officers Club. The lounge and bar are exquisite and high class creating a sexy area for people to warm by the fire.

Mandy Scott of Mandy Scott Events created the florals for the wedding and perfectly designed the wedding table decor to produce a charming and inviting atmosphere. For the desert the couple enjoyed a donut bar and sweets that caught the attention of all their guests. It was a sweet day indeed.