Lavish, San Francisco City Hall Nuptials

This is an absolute first for us, and we are overly thrilled, thanks to the amazing lens of Orange Photography, we have the honor to feature a wedding in a venue we have never featured before. So, with utter excitement we travel to San Francisco to the remarkable San Francisco City Hall nuptials of Antonia & Chris. The lovebirds opted for San Francisco City Hall as their wedding venue, since they both consider themselves true San Franciscans & what better way to portray that, than selecting a location that epitomizes everything they love about the gorgeous city. Because, many of their guests traveled to be present for their “I Do’s” the couple wanted them to experience San Francisco at its finest, and this love birds did a marvelous job in doing so by captivating them (and us) with gorgeous architecture and decor.
The beautiful bride shared a few of her favorite “big day” moments with us and we have to concur. One of Antonia’s favorite moments was using the City Hall steps as an aisle to walk down with her parents to meet her future husband. But, when it came down to the “I Do’s” Chris skipped the “I do” and simply shouted “YES!,” which makes our hearts flutter with happiness. This charming couple not only exceeds at first impressions, but also has great sense of style; from the four tiered cake adorned with cascading, ombre toned roses, to the bride’s sweetheart neckline gown accompanied by ravishing, gold Badgley Mischka pumps.

From the bride… “We chose San Francisco City Hall as our location since we both consider ourselves true San Franciscans and this venue really epitomizes what we love about our city.  We were honored that many of our guests traveled to be present on our special day and we wanted them to experience San Francisco at it's finest.  Everyone warned us that it would go by very quickly, and they were right!  I was so glad that we carved out time during dinner where we could sit back and take it all in.  Some of my favorite moments included Chris shouting “YES!” as opposed to “I do” during our ceremony, using the City Hall steps as an aisle and walking down them with my parents to meet Chris for the ceremony, being blown away by how beautifully our vendors decorated the venue with lighting, flowers, draping and decorations (it really looked amazing!), and dancing like crazy with our guests on the dance floor.  The most important takeaway was being surrounded by the people we love and enjoying such a fun and beautiful event with them.”

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