January 7, 2015

VIVIAN + DERRICK'S WEDDING AT ASIAN ART MUSEUM

Vivian and Derrick's beautiful wedding at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco was on a rainy day in March, but nothing could dampen their joy in marrying each other. The excitement in their eyes when they had their first look inside the lobby of the Ritz Carlton hotel was contagious, and really set the tone for the rest of the day.




They exchanged beautiful, personal vows inside the gorgeous Samsung Hall at Asian Art Museum in front of their closest friends and families. Afterwards, guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in the Loggia while we flipped Samsung Hall to become the reception space.





During the wedding planning, we had conspired with the bride on the coolest surprise for everyone. Even the groom was kept out of the loop. To spice up the evening a bit, we arranged for San Francisco Flash Mob to kick start the dance floor after dinner! Towards the end of dinner, members of the flash mob trickled into Samsung Hall, disguised as servers. Then, on cue with DJ Jason Mitchell, the flash mob started their dance on the dance floor and immediately got everyone cheering in shock and amazement. It was so much fun!!



Needless to say, the dance floor remained full for the rest of the night. We love the energy that surprises bring to a wedding! 





As always, we worked with a great team to help bring our clients' vision to life! 

Event Planning + Production: Jubilee Lau Events
Venue: Asian Art Museum
Catering: Taste Catering
Floral Design: Chestnut & Vine
Photography: Cliff Brunk
DJ: Jason Mitchell
Lighting/Draping: Enhanced Lighting
Makeup/Hair: JBeautique
Transportation: Classic Cable Car and Pure Luxury

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