Felecia & Jim dance and flirt in front of Grace Cathedral.
Felecia and Jim are a sparkling, passionate pair. The couple’s wedding aesthetic reflected their fascination with old-Hollywood glamor and the magic of early American cinema. Felecia designed her own wedding dress, and Jim had his white dinner jacket especially tailored in the fashion of Humphrey Bogart. The couple brought on ever-wonderful Jean Marks and brilliant Gloria Wong to ensure their vision was flawlessly carried throughout the celebration. From personalized stamps, a classic vintage Packard, and a cake with edible black-and-white feathers, this charming celebration was truly epic.
Just check out those cowboy boots – a gallant flourish.
The moody skies and twinkling Golden Gate contrast with Felecia’s billowing gown and Jim’s white dinner jacket.
Feathers show up not only in Jim’s boutineer, but as accents throughout this old-Hollywood-styled wedding.
Felecia actually designed her magnificent wedding gown herself – with the assistance of Randy Fenoli of Kleinfeld.
As evidenced above, Felecia and Jim love to get down on the dance floor.
Just look at the bedroom eyes that she’s giving him!
Black-and-white glitz-and-glam convey the feel of old-Hollywood, keeping with the theme of the evening.
The couple get close in front of the classic vintage Packard that whisked them away!
A fresh take on the guest book: lush photographs of old-Hollywood stars.
Guests could choose their favorite actress and sign on her page!
Feathers offered a flouncy, whimsical touch to Felecia’s and Jim’s affair to remember.
A special thanks to all the incredible vendors:
Wedding Coordinator, Jean Marks | Designer, Gloria Wong Design | Florist, Nancy Liu Chin | Photographer, Catherine Hall Studios | Lighting Design, John Woods of Enhanced Lighting | Cake, Perfect Endings | Catering, Wine Valley Catering | Hotel, Nob Hill Intercontinental Mark Hopkins | Hair & Makeup, Sherrie Long | Wedding Gown, Designed by Bride and Randy Fenoli of Kleinfeld in New York | Tuxedo, Selix Formalwear