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"I always say, keep a diary and someday it'll keep you" - Mae West

 

A monthly journal of love and marriage

You Say Goodbye and I Say Hello!

Goodbye to 2019 and hello to 2020! As they say in Hollywood, “that’s a wrap.” We have officially finished our 2019 roster and now’s the time to take a well needed break. Well, sort of … We’re already well into working on 2020 events but wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of…
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“House Truebeck” Holiday Party

“Winter Has Come.” For those of you who watched “Game of Thrones”, I’m sure you knew the connection immediately. This was the theme for Truebeck Construction’s annual year end party. I don’t know if I’ve ever seen that many men in fur capes. The party included winter/G.O.T. themed decor, a living wall with a custom.designed…
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Samantha & Peter

Even though Samantha & Peter do not call San Francisco home, both have a strong connection to the City so it was only natural to host their wedding there. Samantha describe the feel they were going for as “rustic chic” and the Presidio Log Cabin seemed to be the perfect venue to achieve this. Along…
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Michelle & Rodrigo

Nestled in the UC Botanical Garden’s Redwood Grove, Michelle and Rodrigo’s wedding felt like they were welcoming guests to a forest. The couple made sure their children were part of the special day by giving them the important roles of best man and maid of honor as well as including them as part of the…
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Laura & Timothy

The power of music is strong. While we’re not implying that it was solely Tim’s keytar playing that won over Laura’s heart, it probably didn’t hurt. Friends, family, and band mates joined the couple for their rustic barn wedding in Woodside. The couple let their creative juices flow when it came to their DIY decor,…
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Kristin & William

How do you mix old and new? Kristin and Will did it by holding their contemporary event at the historic San Francisco Mint. The couple chose the venue in large part because both are local to the City (the bride’s father actually worked across the street for over a dozen years). They played up the…
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