With Natalie & Brian
What a truly romantic Mount Tamalpais Wedding. This bride and groom chose this mountain because it was the place that Brian proposed to Natalie. They felt a special connection to the top of the earth here and its vast views.
It began as a foggy day, on the drive up. Although once high enough (since Mount Tamalpais has an elevation of 2,579) you will end up above the fog. When getting close to the summit it becomes very sunny and bright on the mountain top. This was exactly Brian & Natalie’s intentions.
They had originally planned a bigger wedding in Geyserville but due to the regulations after the Pandemic, decided on a small intimate wedding with just a few close family and friends gathered.
I would recommend any couple that loves the mountains to think about having a Mount Tamalpais wedding especially if you are from the Bay Area due to it being just a hop, skip and a jump from there. The ceremony was held on a trailhead of the west peak. The views were magnificent, the weather was dreamy and of course they were so thrilled to be finally getting married.
Mount Tamalpais is located a little over an hour from San Francisco. Mount Tamalpais enjoys the unique distinction of having once had the world’s crookedest railroad ascend its southern slope. Built in 1896, the Mill Valley and Mount Tamalpais Scenic Railroad negotiated 281 hairpin curves on its eight-mile way to the summit. What an amazing place to visit or even better, say I do above the clouds!
So as you can see Mount Tamalpais makes a romantic, rustic, extraordinary wedding venue for the adventurist couples.