About a week ago we had the pleasure of shooting Julie and Brian’s San Francisco City Hall wedding photos. Their family and close friends joined them from around the country for this intimate celebration and we had a great time capturing their wedding photos.
San Francisco City Hall wedding photography usually take place during the weekdays, and Julie and Brian’s wedding was the last ceremony of the day on a warm and sunny Friday afternoon. Arriving in a beautiful white limo, Julie was met by Brian and everyone who had gathered in front of the City Hall. The emotional ceremony was followed by a photo session near the Palace of Fine Arts:
We don’t get to photograph bridal preparations for City Hall weddings often, so we absolutely welcomed this chance. Love this picture of Julie getting ready.
Loved the reaction of Brian’s mom when she first saw him on the day of the wedding.
Julie looked absolutely stunning, she chose to have a veil which yielded for countless photo opportunities!
SF City Hall building never ceases to amaze me – love the architecture of it. It’s amazing how different it looks from different angles: I don’t think I’ve ever seen two photographs of that building that looked the same!
Waiting for the ceremony to start:
Every wedding ceremony in SF City Hall starts in room 168 – the County Clerk’s Office. That’s where Julie and Brian took an oath and signed all the necessary paperwork.
After all the papers were taken care off it was a time to go up the stairs to the Rotunda for the wedding ceremony:
It’s a pleasure to photograph people who are in love and are overwhelmed with happiness – we never have to ask them to smile :)
It is always a treat to photograph portraits inside the City Hall, the light there is absolutely gorgeous!
Congratulations to Julie and Brian!! It was truly a special day and we were happy to be a part of it.