There’s a lot of backstory to this wedding, of which I’ll try to condense for the sake of you, my over-caffeinated reader.
Mark is my friend. Mark and another guy, who I will mysteriously refer to as “Max”, own Borrowlenses.com
Borrowlenses.com is basically the coolest gear rental company in existence. If you use the coupon code BIRD_SONG when you checkout, you’ll get discounts.
See? Pretty cool.
Eva and Mark had a traditional Jewish ceremony on the roof of the San Francisco Art Institute a little over a year ago. Why am I just now blogging it? I don’t know. Why am I abnormally sexy? I don’t know that either.
The weather was overcast and perfect, the views were amazing, and the entire wedding from start to finish was beautiful. One of the coolest things I’ve seen done with a bridal bouquet happened during this wedding. Eva had decided that instead of only one person getting to catch a bouquet, there should be at least 5 people getting that chance. So, her bridal bouquet was actually 5 small bouquets wrapped together, and came apart mid-air when she threw them. It was awesome.
And I just said bouquet a lot. Weird.
Anywho, the final shot on this blog is (most of) the entire Borrowlenses crew, whom I have harassed repeatedly over the years. Great bunch of people. Yes, even Max.
Sincere thanks to Tiffany Coker of Avant Images for shooting this wedding with me.