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A Bolinas Wedding | Sabrina + Tyler

A Bolinas Wedding. When Sabrina told me about her day, the highlights included a small wedding with 100 guests in a sleep beach town, her fiance was a photographer, their tagline for the day would be “best mothf***ing day ever", they’d be giving out mini joints at the end of the evening and most importantly, there’d be a dog. Their whole goal was a classy day then collided with their inherently weird selves. This meant skipping the worn out trend of kimono robes for bikini tee shirts & opting for shotgunning beers in the morning rather than relaxed glasses of whiskey. To cut to the chase, Sabrina & Tyler are badass New Yorkers who know exactly how cool they are and they didn’t hesitate to let that be their theme of their whole day.

VENDORS
Coordinator: Christina Lucero
Video: Shark Pig - Wade Koch
Venue: The Peace Barn
Hair/Makeup: Drea Costigan
Florist: Aubriana Kasper
DJ: Scott "DJ CAMS"
Catering: Michelle Bourne
Dress: Yolan Cris
Suit: Suit Supply

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