Their Sunday Streets wedding ceremony took place in front of their home with hundreds of local neighbors being part of the celebration.
K & D’s Sunday Streets eco parklet wedding has already gotten publicity in the Huffington Post and The Bold Italic! The couple had a pre-wedding bike party ride through Golden Gate park near the Conservatory of Flowers, then an intimate dinner at Plant Organic, followed by dancing along the Embarcadero. Their eco wedding was held the next day in front of their Valencia Street home to coincide with the Sunday Streets Mission neighborhood, and the public all informally invited to be part of their celebration. The couple made their driveway into a “parklet”where the public can sit in in their lovely garden. The just-married bride and groom had a grand wedding exit leaving on a rickshaw bike, and hundreds of well wishers on bicycles and rollerskates shouted their congratulations.
The Sunday Street’s crowds make way for the bride walking down the Valencia Street isle.
The wedding ceremony took place in front of their home in the Mission.
The bride and groom make a grand exhit on their eco-friendly rickshaw bicycle “Trike-asaurus”
Their wedding photographer looks like she’s falling off her perch (thank you to my second shooter for this one!)
Just Married! Riding on the rickshaw serenaded by bubbles.
Congratulations Kimberly and Deep!
Wedding Planner Christine Koenig, Ribbon and Tie
Wedding cake Kara’s Cupcakes
Brides’ hair and make up Belle by Marine
Wedding invitations Lark Press
Wedding videographer Claudia Escobar from Mission Local
Wedding rehearsal dinner The Plant Organic Cafe
San Francisco wedding photojournalism by Melissa Mermin