Shadieh and George’s Wedding

by | Oct 16, 2009 | Weddings | 16 comments

Wow! How do you describe a wedding spanning 12+ hours with hundreds of wedding guests and enough celebration to possibly fill up a whole week? That’s exactly what happened for Shadieh and George’s big day and we were stoked to be there to capture it.

The ceremony took place at the gorgeous Mission Dolores in San Francisco and their grand reception was at the Hyatt Regency in Burlingame. The reception was filled with so many performances and so much dancing through the night that it felt like we were at a music concert. Some favorites from their day:

Bridal preparations

Shadieh's portrait

Mood-setting image during preparations

There was much celebrating even before the ceremony at Mission Dolores:

Celebration outside Mission Dolores before the wedding

Musicians outside Mission Dolores

This church is spectacular:

Church ceremony photo at Mission Dolores in San Francisco

We loved witnessing this series at the start of the ceremony:

Moments during the ceremony

Shadieh and George were riding in style on this day:

Bride and groom photo next to a Rolls Royce

Portrait next to Church

Bridal Portrait

Photo of bride inside Hyatt in Burlingame

Groom and bride in Hyatt

The Hyatt Burlingame wedding reception looked amazing:

Reception Details inside the Grand Hyatt in Burlingame

Dancing and musical performance at wedding reception

Cultural performance at wedding

Bride and Groom dancing

Wedding reception first dance

Watching the performances was fascinating:

Cultural performances at Hyatt

Cultural performance

Dancing and celebration at wedding reception

Dancing and celebrating

Dancing at Hyatt

Airborne groom!

Groom is up in the air

It was AWESOME to see our past clients Angelica and Yuriy! Shadieh was Angelica’s maid-of-honor and this time Angelica was the matron of honor:

Angelica and Yuriy

Groom on shoulders

Congratulations to Shadieh and George!! We loved being with you on this important day. Thank you for inviting us to capture it for you.