Mike + Nanami: San Francisco City Hall Wedding

If you've been following along, you should know that I don't do much weddings. There are tons of reasons why I don't do it. Major reason is I don't have a second photographer. Finding the right one is challenging especially one whom you can trust. Maybe if I know someone I can get into this business. If it's an intimate wedding like this, I'll definitely jump into it. I love doing it. It is an honor to capture one. 

Two weeks ago, I was invited to be a part of Mike and Nanami's wedding at SF City Hall. If you haven't been to this place, oh my gosh you should definitely visit. It is utterly gorgeous inside. I looove old architectural design, and inside is just rich and full of it. From the marble floors, staircases, ceilings, wide windows, ahh just amazing. I highly recommend that you visit this place. 

The wedding was small, just immediate family, and very intimate. I love seeing families come together and celebrate this memorable occasion. So to be a part of this once in a lifetime event is truly an honor. To the newlyweds, congratulations again and welcome to married-hood!


Talk soon! 

Carol & Chester Wedding: Renewal of Vows

Can I just say, I am blessed to witness this adored couple renew their vows. Even more thrilled to be given the opportunity to photograph this once in a lifetime event. I've known this couple for a couple of years now. Their marriage is one of those that you admire and look up to. 

Every girl dreams their own wedding. When Ate Carol shared her story with me, her desire to have a "real" wedding since they didn't have one 15 years ago, I understood her easily. 15 years ago, it was just the two of them at city hall with few witnesses back in the Philippines. Their reception was celebrated right after with only few relatives and close friends. Life happened, children grew up, Ate Carol's desire to be wed in front of God, families and loved ones grew more even though years have passed. True to His words, "Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.", it happened. God honored and allowed it, and ultimately He was glorified.