Real Weddings

Navy and Coral Wedding at Tom Ham’s Lighthouse

If you want to plan a quintessential San Diego wedding and show off the beauty that is our city, selecting Tom Ham’s Lighthouse Restaurant as your venue is a fantastic choice. For Casey and Greg’s wedding, the weather was perfect, as was the view of the Bay and our skyline.

Isari Flower Studio created stunning bouquets and centerpieces to complement the navy blue and coral color theme.tom hams wedding-507tom hams wedding-80tom%20hams%20wedding-299-L

The wedding party walked down the aisle to music played by Caprice Strings.tom%20hams%20wedding2-34-L

The cocktail hour decor was all San Diego featuring sea stars and porcelain urchins.tom hams wedding2-16

The reception centerpieces included a variety of pinks and neutrals that added pops of color to the navy and white linens.tom hams wedding2-17 tom%20hams%20wedding2-10-L

After dinner, guests were encouraged to change into San Diego-style footwear and dance the night away.tom hams wedding2-19 The cupcake tower by Baby Cakes was a hit with wedding guests.tom hams wedding-579

And of course, all of these stunning images were captured by the talented Heather Elise Photography. Congratulations Casey and Greg!tom hams wedding-604   Vendors:
Stylist and Planner: Stephanie Rose Events
Photographer: Heather Elise Photography
Hair & Makeup: Bijou Beautiful
Flowers: Isari Flower Studio
Ceremony Music: Caprice Strings
Officiant: Jason Nathan
DJ: San Diego DJ & Video
Cake/Cupcakes: Baby Cakes
Photo Booth: Just A Memory Photo Booth
Transportation: Elite Image Limousine
Venue: Tom Ham’s Lighthouse

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