Nilda and Jason were married at the Swedenborgian Church in San Francisco, with the rest of the day’s activities taking place at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. Swedenborgian Church is a wonderful, intimate little place for a ceremony, with lots of wood and warm light covering the room.
A huge thank you as well to the Ritz. They’re known for their impeccable service, and I must say that they really lived up to their reputation. After I mentioned to the manager that “it might be nice” to take photos on a hidden terrace on the hotel he immediately offered to clear it out, and a few hours later all sorts of furniture was gone and we had the beautiful place to ourselves. Here are a few of the details from the day.
A calm and collected Jason watching his best man Jeehun getting ready.
Nilda looked fantastic, and we had a lot of fun with the bridal shoot. The balcony outside of the presidential suite had a beautiful view over the city, and after getting some relaxed portraits there we went downstairs and found some really unique green doors and columns on our cleared out balcony of the Ritz. I love the way the SF wind can add a playful flow to the veil and dress, adding movement and drama to the images.
Nilda and her father share a moment before heading down to the ceremony.
Swedenborgian Church is during the ceremony. The warm light coming through to the all wood interior was really special.
The ring bearers have fun with fish after the ceremony while Nilda and Jason enjoy some time together.
The reception was a quiet but fun dinner, concluding a great wedding day.
A full slideshow from the day is available HERE.