Colorful Contemporary at San Francisco Design Center

Posted Apr 1, 2013 by Rachel Shapiro


Lights. Design. Galleria.

The San Francisco Design Center is an amazing place to experience! As one of the world-renowned Bay Area’s hot spots, the Galleria inside this amazing building presents a pretty spectacular space for your wedding celebration! With a four-story atrium (it even includes a retractable skylight that opens up to the stars above), this wedding venue is perfect if you desire a contemporary chic, art gallery feel. With modern lines and an impressive clean atmosphere — including a gorgeous hardwood floor and performance stage that doubles for your ceremony and dance floor — this modern space is mixed in with a splash of hip flair offered from San Francisco’s design district!



Look at how the Galleria transforms from a naturally lit ceremony to fantastic reception!



Large Weddings Welcome

Have a big family? No need to fret. The SFDC can easily accommodate large weddings in a beautiful open (yet not overwhelming) space. The Galleria is transformed (like captured above) from ceremony to reception, while you and your guests enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres on the second floor balcony.


Photography by Guru Khalsa


Planner 411 with Duncan Reyes 

“Mohana and Jason’s wedding was a cultural collage of Sri Langkan and Jewish traditions, with a blend of western flair replete with fine dining, beautiful music and stunning ambience.  These stunning images were captured by their amazing ‘Photographer Extraordinnaire’ Guru Khalsa”


Do Venues wants to recognize the talented team of wedding professionals who helped to make this bride’s dream a reality: Wedding Venue – San Francisco Design Center; Photographer – Guru Khalsa; Wedding Design & Coordination – Duncan Reyes; Floral Design – Jeeryn Dang of Tanjeeryn Designs; Cake – Chef Bala Subrahmanyam of The Cakemaker; Catering (Bar and Beverage) – Perry’s; Catering (Hors d’Oeuvres & Dinner Reception) – Melons Catering; Event and Tablescape Rentals – Classic Party Rentals; Lighting Design – Atmosphere Lighting; Lighting Gobo Design (Elephants) – Phoebus Lighting






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