Racquel and Marc's wedding may have been pushed back and downsized due to COVID-19 restrictions, but nevertheless, the ceremony was just as beautiful and enchanting as their original plans. The couple initially planned a spring wedding in May 2020, but ended up having to move it to November 12 -- which incidentally was their 10 year dating anniversary -- after their church greenlit the ceremony just five weeks prior to their new wedding date. Not wanting to lose the romantic spring vibe that they originally fell in love with, Racquel and Marc used sage green and peach coupled hints of with grey, ivory, and white to pay homage to their initial plans. This soft color palette truly captured the spring garden atmosphere perfectly, despite the ceremony taking place in the fall. For the decor, ash gray lanterns, candles, eucalyptus, and gray and white frames where placed along reception tables to bring together the theme of elegant florals and garden-scapes. The florals from Floramore Studios matched the color scheme perfectly and the bouquets for the bridesmaids and bride were even repurposed for table decor at the reception. The bride's showstopping gown also incorporated the floral theme as it was embellished with delicate flowers in a classic silhouette. With the ceremony taking place in a stunning cathedral with majestic architecture, the couple truely could not have chosen a more striking place to be married. Lastly, no San Fransisco wedding would be complete without photos alongside the breaktaking Golden Gate Bridge, which were perfectly captured by Corinna Rose Photography. Even after Racquel and Marc were thrown many hurdles when trying to make their wedding happen, they overcame every obstacle and created a magical evening surrounded by their friends and family. They can't wait to celebrate their one year anniversary this fall with the rest of their loved ones!