Modern Minimalism + Architecture Inspired this Creative Wedding in San Francisco

Modern Minimal SF Wedding

Monica + Jeffrey love modern minimalism, architecture, elegance, their neighborhood in San Francisco, and of course, each other. When it came to planning their big day, they requested the help of Ashley Smith from Buzzworthy Events. Ashley shares They really wanted to keep the location of their wedding close to home and for them that is the eastern corner of the Mission District in SF. The NewBlk was a huge marker in the process because Jeff is an architect and they are both inspired by historical and architecturally beautiful spaces. The NewBLK is also a historical site in SF where they used to make all of the street signs decades ago, and now its a designer art & furniture gallery. The use of black became a mailable influence in the design, while keeping it feeling warm and not too dark.

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