Meet Megan and Jason Mullins.

Twin Peaks wedding group portrait

On September 29, 2013, Megan and Jason had a Twin Peaks themed wedding with the help of wedding planner Celia Rose. Celia sent us the photos courtesy of Faith Lucille Photography and it seemed like a damn fine wedding indeed!

It all starts with the perfect underwear…

Twin Peaks wedding underwear

…and the right location: The Presidio’s Log Cabin in San Francisco, CA.

Twin Peaks wedding: Presidio log cabin

The beautiful venue offered the feel of the Great Northern Hotel, a San Francisco City View and a cozy intimate setting for both our ceremony and reception.

twin-peaks-wedding-mug

Prior to the start of the ceremony, guests were asked to help themselves to donuts and coffee. The coffee cups were also part of the guests’ favors and had been hand decorated to feature the Double RR Diner logo, the couple’s names, date of the wedding and the Owl Cave Symbol.

Twin Peaks wedding favors

Twin Peaks wedding playing card: Queen

Twin Peaks wedding accessories

Blue roses

During the Twin Peaks themed wedding ceremony, there were plenty of references to the show. Here’s an excellent example:

Now, Jason, I must remind you of what Deputy Hawk shared with us once,

“One woman can make you fly like an eagle, another can give you the strength of a lion, but only one in the cycle of life can fill your heart with wonder and the wisdom that you have known a singular joy.”
So, basically, don’t screw this up.

I am now proud to say,

“I have no idea where this will lead us. But I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange.” (Dale Cooper)
You are now husband and wife!

Miss Twin Peaks

After the ceremony, guests were encouraged to snap a pic in front of two photo opportunity scenes! The Black Lodge backdrop featured a cardboard cutout of the Venus de Milo statue and a chalkboard backdrop was decorated to look similar to the Miss Twin Peaks competition.

 

Miss Twin Peaks

Mister Twin Peaks

Kissing Venus de Milo in the Black Lodge

When your guests end up falling in love with a log and group kissing Venus de Milo in the Black Lodge, you’re looking at the perfect Twin Peaks wedding!

Check out the short video below and the Flickr set for more photos.

And congratulations to Megan and Jason, of course! May the wind be always at your back… and may the Giant be with you!