The Golden Gate Bridge is such an iconic spot in the United States — let alone a Bay Area icon. What San Francisco couple wouldn't want their nuptials to boast views of the stunning bridge? If you're planning to get hitched in San Francisco, here are five wedding locales that come with Instagram-worthy Golden Gate Bridge views.
The James Leary Flood Mansion (Above)
Your guests will swoon when they walk into the Flood Mansion's Grand Hall beautifully-appointed with Italian marble floors. But, don't expect them to stay in their seats for very long. Guests will flock to the bow-windowed Belvedere at the end of the room to savor the pretty views of the bridge, bay, and beyond. Read real brides' reviews!
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Choose the Legion of Honor's Balustrade Lawn as your ceremony space and your guests will love Instagramming views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands at sundown. Then take the party inside the Beaux-arts museum's Rodin Galleries for dinner and dancing. Read real brides' reviews!
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Take over this 1949-built Spanish Colonial Revival building —complete with a ballroom and courtyard—and make it your own wedding oasis for the day. The space offers sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and the Presidio Forest from every room. Read real brides' reviews!
Photo: Courtesy of Cavallo Point
Make it official in Cavallo Point's lush Mission Blue Lawn with awe-inspiring vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Headlands in the backdrop. The reception can unfold inside the venue adorned with hardwood floors and stained glass windows. Read real brides' reviews!
Photo: Courtesy of Hamlin Mansion
Nestled in Pacific Heights, this 1901-built Italian Baroque mansion will impress your guests with its grand entry way flanked by towering white columns and lion statues. But, it's the mansion's airy, light-filled solarium boasting sweeping views of the Golden Gate icon and the Bay that they'll be raving about for years to come.