Oh boy, was this a fun day! C & L planned the perfect San Francisco wedding adventure for them and their small intimate wedding of about 25 guests. They kicked the day off with a morning wedding ceremony on the North 4th floor balcony at San Francisco City Hall, my favorite location for weddings within SF City Hall. It was as splendid as ever during their wedding as golden light poured in softly all around them as they exchanged vows. The ceremony started off full of emotion as L burst into tears when he saw his beautiful bride enter, it was so touching that my eyes got a bit damp as well.
After their ceremony, we took photos around the different floors of San Francisco City Hall and as we exited C & L’s guests were waiting outside the doors for them with bubbles! Don’t miss their epic bubble exit!! Next, the whole party boarded a cable car trolley bus for a tour of the sites of San Francisco. We stopped at the Palace of Fine Arts, we crossed the Golden Gate Bridge and took photos on the Marin side of the bridge before turning back to the city and exploring another architectural gem in San Francisco, Fort Point.
As wonderful as all of the places were that we visited, I think that the most fun they had was simply being in the company of their loved ones on the trolley! They laughed and partied, and danced and sang along to their favorite songs– they really made the most of their wedding day. And of course, they finished the day with flair by having the trolley tour drop them off at Trou Normand for their beautiful private dinner on the covered patio. Many congratulations to C & L on an amazing day!
C and L had a successful wedding celebration with the help of these vendors:
Venue: San Francisco City Hall | Planner: Small Shindigs | Dinner Reception: Trou Normand | Florist: Ida Blooms | Baker: Black Jet Baking | String Duo: Ben Snellings | Hair/Makeup: Fox & Doll | Officiant: Cynthia Gregory| Photography: Manali Anne Photography
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