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Bartlett Hall Wedding Photography

Matt & Ricky’s 

We got engaged in June of 2014.

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The rings are from Tiffany. Both are migraine style. Matt’s is all platinum to match back to his watch. Ricky’s is gold and platinum to match back to his watch.

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Ricky decided that he wanted to wear a navy tux for the wedding. Matt ended up wearing the exact same tux, but in the more traditional black.

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For the wedding party we wanted to keep it clean and classic with a classic black color theme for both the dresses and suits.

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We both took the style/fashion factor up a notch through our accessories, Lanvin cuff links, our Rolex engagement watches, and Christian Louboutin shoes.

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The girls were gifted Christian Louboutin red nail polish and Kate Spade “tux” clutches to complete their look.

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The ceremony was at San Francisco City Hall on the Mayors Balcony. It is a gorgeous location in the city, very impressive, classic and timeless. A place we can always go back to visit and it will never change.

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Champagne toast was with Domaine Carneros… where Matt proposed to Ricky. Matt & Ricky toasted with a 2008 Le Reve Rose, from the year that they met.

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Flowers were done by Ricky’s mother, Patricia. We wanted her involved in something where she could put her special touch on. We chose simple, rustic flowers like garden dahlias to skew more masculine.

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We bought out a restaurant in Union Square called Bartlett Hall. We chose the restaurant for its clean rustic/industrial chic design aesthetic. We did not have to do much of anything to decorate or transform the space for our cocktail reception.

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Our cake was red velvet… Matt’s fav. Promised not to smash into each others face… And yet we did smash… Quite enthusiastically!

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The things that you argue most about tend to be the small things that don’t matter in the long run, whether you are talking about planning a wedding, or building a life. Let those small things go, focus on the things that matter, and enjoy each other.

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DJ: DJ Russ Rich. Ceremony: San Francisco City Hall Venue: Bartlett Hall Cordinator: Simone Price Officiant :Erin Oliveri Tuxedos: J.Crew. Shoes: Christian Louboutin

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We got engaged in June of 2014. During all the award shows that season there were a lot of navy blue tuxedos being worn. Ricky decided that he also wanted to wear a navy tux for the wedding. Matt ended up wearing the exact same tux, but in the more traditional black. We both took the style/fashion factor up a notch through our accessories, Lanvin cuff links, our Rolex engagement watches, and Christian Louboutin shoes.

For the wedding party we wanted to keep it clean and classic with a classic black color theme for both the dresses and suits. The girls each got to choose the dress that suited them best, and the guys all had custom made suits. The girls were gifted Christian Louboutin red nail polish and Kate Spade “tux” clutches to complete their look, while the guys received cuff links and ties from Banana Republic to coordinate.

Flowers were done by Ricky’s mother, Patricia. We wanted her involved in something where she could put her special touch on. We chose simple, rustic flowers like garden dahlias to skew more masculine. For a special touch for the mothers, they wore orchids that were from Columbia.

The ceremony was at San Francisco City Hall on the Mayors Balcony. It is a gorgeous location in the city, very impressive, classic and timeless. A place we can always go back to visit and it will never change.

We bought out a restaurant in Union Square called Bartlett Hall. We chose the restaurant for its clean rustic/industrial chic design aesthetic. We did not have to do much of anything to decorate or transform the space for our cocktail reception. We had a few flower arraignments sprinkled throughout the restaurant and nothing more. We did had a photo booth for fun.

We had a small color story of Navy Blue carried throughout the wedding, from the invitations, to Ricky’s tux, the table cloths, and the monogram on the cake. The restaurant was already designed with a rustic/industrial chic type atmosphere, so we wanted to keep everything simple to play off that more masculine aesthetic instead of letting things get too fussy.

Our main goal for the cocktail reception was to throw a party for everyone. For our friends and family to meet each other and mingle and have a great time. We had a friend who is also a well known DJ spin at the reception, and had a little fun with novelty party glasses and light up foam sticks that were personalized with our hashtag #mattricky.

Out first song was “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheehan.

100% cotton stationary, letter pressed. cake was red velvet… matts fav. promised not to smash into each others face… and yet we did smash… quite enthusiastically!

Champagne toast was with Domaine Carneros… where Matt proposed to Ricky. Matt & Ricky toasted with a 2008 Le Reve Rose, from the year that they met.

The rings are from Tiffany. Both are migraine style. Matt’s is all platinum to match back to his watch. Ricky’s is gold and platinum to match back to his watch.

Party. Best friends. Have fun. Enjoy company of each other, friends and family. Lots of love. Collaborative and compromise.

The things that you argue most about tend to be the small things that don’t matter in the long run, whether you are talking about planning a wedding, or building a life. Let those small things go, focus on the things that matter, and enjoy each other.

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