Drew Tuma and Joey Hersh’s wedding was all about creating unforgettable memories with their loved ones, and it succeeded through flowing drinks, contagious laughter and tireless dancing. The couple exchanged vows at the majestic San Francisco City Hall, with its magnificent marble architecture and grand staircases. Clad in matching black-and-charcoal suits and sporting unique hellebore boutonnieres, Joey and Drew were joined in marriage in an intimate ceremony. After, the highly anticipated reception kicked off at Art Attack SF, in the heart of the newlyweds’ favorite neighborhood, the Castro. The gallery provided the ideal canvas for the celebration, with its spacious white walls and sleek cement floors transformed into a mid-century modern space with florals and details that had a cool, organic twist with coral accents. The stylish party included personalized touches, such as a neon sign displaying the couple’s names nestled into a custom greenery-adorned wall. However, the true centerpiece of the reception was an incredible 12-tiered croquembouche. The towering dessert, made to feed 125 people, offered two different profiteroles: the classic Bavarian cream–filled version and a hazelnut-cream-filled variation coated in a glass-like caramel shell. Drew and Joey’s dream of a lively celebration filled with dancing, laughter and a healthy dose of Rihanna’s music came to fruition without missing a beat.
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