City Hall

Marie & Brett | San Francisco City Hall Wedding

Kindest words from Marie - “I had known I would want Annie to photograph my wedding before an engagement was even in the horizon - and somehow, she managed to exceed all expectations. We had a 20 person wedding in San Francisco City Hall and the pictures capture so beautiful the day and the emotions we all shared. Her quiet attitude makes her unobtrusive to the process, and she was thoughtful when giving guidance to help us be in the best light. The pictures feel honest, elegant and flattering and now the biggest question is picking out which to frame out of many. Our guests were equally pleased, and we received so many private messages of how well the pictures turned out. If you are looking for a photographer who clearly respects the meaning of this important bond and will create images true to you and your relationship - Annie is an all-star.”

Flowers by Ampersand

Lisa & Tim | Intimate San Francisco City Hall & Foreign Cinema Wedding

I've always loved San Francisco City Hall as the backdrop for the usual five person or so wedding where you wait in line alongside seven other couples for your turn to get married. 

But Lisa and Tim reserved the beautiful Mayor's Balcony on the 2nd floor, where 40 of their closest friends and family celebrated their union. After portraits, Lisa and Tim took their guests to Fort Point via a classic San Francisco trolley, then to Foreign Cinema (the Modernism West gallery) for a leisurely dinner and dancing.

Venue: Foreign Cinema (Modernism West)
Florals: Farmgirl Flowers
Hair & Makeup: Clifford Style
Trolley: Events West Tours & Travel

Weiwei & Bernie | San Francisco City Hall Wedding

On October 1, 2015 - a Chinese National holiday - many Chinese couples went to San Francisco City Hall to get married. Among them were Bernie and Weiwei, an adorable and super sweet couple who loved my documentary approach to weddings. 

City Hall weddings are beautiful not just because of the gorgeous building and endless natural light, but I also love the simplest of moments such as waiting in line to sign papers, or giggling at the fact that Bernie signed his name a different way on the document and had to redo it.