Peep This Couple's Pin-Worthy, Rustic-Glam Nuptials

Believing that weddings ought not bring out the bridezilla in each of us, Stone Fox Bride — a high-fashion boutique in Manhattan — was founded on the principle that planning a wedding is also a process of self-discovery. Molly Guy, creative director at SFB, is our source for the nontraditional bride.
Jon was a friend of a co-worker, and said co-worker has a lovely husband, so I wanted to meet his friends. When I first met Jon I thought he looked a bit nerdy! But, after chatting for a long time, it was his wit and thoughtfulness that won me over, along with his cute freckles.
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I knew he was the one our first Christmas together in his native city of Houston. Being a Californian in Texas was awkward, and having lots of new family time was a challenge, but Jon was so sweet and made me feel so welcome.
Click through to see beautiful moments from the artsy, San Francisco wedding.
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Photo: Courtesy of Lane Dittoe.
"We had been together for a year and a half when we started talking about a ring I used to wear and that led to a marriage chat. It all came very naturally."
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"I went to art school and have my BFA, so I treated our wedding like a huge art project. I made everything I could by hand."
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"My husband was hands-on, too; he brews beer so he created two special brews for the reception. The ceremony, dinner, and reception were held at Flora Grubb in San Francisco."
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"We had 150 guests, and since it was June in San Francisco, it was a chilly night!"
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"My uncle played the bag pipes as my dad walked me down the aisle."
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"There was lots of dancing to classic soul records and then an after party at the W hotel lobby bar. Overall it was an amazing day and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves!"
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