They met the day before it opened 10 years ago, and were married underneath the bridge.
On Friday night, Rachel, 30, and Eric, 35, were making another memory at the bridge with their daughters
Thousands of spectators crowded the north end of the bridge, which was closed, to watch the performance.
"It's a big turnout, we couldn't find a seat because we came late,"
That didn't stop Azalea from buzzing about with excitement, asking her mother when the show would begin.
Others noticed the massive audience.
"We're amazed at the turnout," said
The midday heat had subsided by twilight, when Bandaloop began performing. The troupe designed the choreography and lighting to match dusk, said
She said certain areas were closed to the public around the bridge for the safety of the public and the dancers, whose ropes hung to the ground.
But, because up to 4,000 people were expected to show, she dropped off her car early in a nice spot at the
She said they were looking forward to the "aerial ballet," though they also came to see full moons, Think Pink and other events at the bridge.
The bridge, designed by world-renowned architect
She and her friend,
"We're a little nervous," Plunk said. "But we can check that off our bucket list."
The Bandaloop troupe will perform another show Saturday night at
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