Designed in the Beaux Arts style by San Francisco architect William Merchant, and completed in 1934, the Pulgas Water Temple marks the terminus of an aqueduct that brings water from the Sierra Nevada mountains to the Bay Area. It also marked the wedding celebration of Leslie and Najib (AJ)!
With an intimate gathering of friends and family, the couple exchanged vows and rings, and were unified with a hand-fasting cord fashioned from hands and hearts of friends. We were pleased to have provided them with our services. Leslie shared with us:
"Our wedding day went just as it should, and the Tans made it that way! My husband and I chose one of the most picturesque settings to limit the need for decorating, but it was such a tight schedule. There was only 2 hours for set up, wedding ceremony, and break down. Rick and Jennifer put all the key details together. I felt like the most beautiful bride and I did not need to worry about anything else."
Thank you, Leslie and Najib, for the honor of being a part of your special day. Like the Pulgas Water Temple, may your marriage be a beacon of steadfastness, hope, and delight!
Rick and Jennifer Tan
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