Whitney and Jason went on many of their first dates at Cavallo Point, so it seemed natural, despite settling in Texas, to host their wedding at the Lodge. They chose to put roots down in Marin, in a different way- by starting their married life here. Even more symbolically, they donated a Monterey Cypress tree, which our wonderful landscaping team planted for them, right next to the chapel where they hosted their wedding ceremony. A Monterey Cypress can live a hundred years, and grow as many feet tall, so it is a perfect symbol for Whitney and Jason to return to each anniversary.
The wedding itself, designed by Julie Nunn Martin and Molly Hale of I Do! Wedding and Event Design and captured by Enluce Photography was one steeped in traditional loveliness with silver and black linens, and jewel toned flowers by Loop Event Arts in antique silver vessels. Dramatic olive trees softened the space, and silver uplighting bathed the room in a soft glow. The child attendees were at the forefront of Whitney and Jason’s priorities, and the photos, filled with laughter, dancing and play demonstrate how much fun all of the guests had- young and old alike. The evening was finished with a candy station, and homemade array of desserts- cupcakes, chocolate covered strawberries and cheesecake bites- from the Cavallo pastry department.