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What a wonderful wedding this one was! Jessica wore a stunning dress by Augusta Jones with a six pence from her mother’s wedding day sewn into her dress as she walked down the aisle at St. Ignatius Church. Their ceremony was a mix of Catholic and Sri Lankan traditions. The groom’s father performed the ceremony of the pinky tying with holy water poured over their tied fingers. The bride and groom exited the church with their guests waving streamers as they stepped into a vintage Rolls Royce. They arrived at the Westin St. Francis in downtown San Francisco to join the cocktail hour serenaded by the sound of steel drums played by Derek Smith. Table place cards were luggage tags hung next to a map documenting the couple’s extensive travels throughout the world. As the doors opened to the majestic dining room detailed by Lauren and Emily of Downey Street Events, you could hear gasps of amazement. Exquisite flowers by by Craig Brown adorned every table. Favor boxes delicately wrapped in playful patterns sat on guest plates, containing a piece of Sri Lankan wedding cake. And across the dance floor, covered with pink rose petals in the shape of a W, was a gorgeous 3 tier masterpiece from Butterfly Cakes. Dj Sam Isaac kept everyone dancing late into the evening.







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