Recently, I had the honor of photographing a wedding at the Legion Of Honor Museum in San Francisco, CA. This wedding was absolutely fabulous! Sarah and Eddie’s day was definitely one for the books. They are such a beautiful couple and so deeply in love with one another, it was incredible to witness. They chose this iconic San Francisco venue to exchange their vows, and let me tell you, they couldn’t have made a better choice. I was stunned as soon as I got there, I couldn’t believe how breathtaking everything looked! Every moment of this wedding was picture perfect and filled to the brim with wonderful memories.
The ceremony took place in the museum’s outdoor courtyard, surrounded by blooming flowers. The outdoor setting created a serene and intimate atmosphere, allowing the couple’s closest family and friends to witness their love story unfold. After the heartfelt exchange of vows, it was time for the newlyweds to explore the picturesque museum grounds for their portrait session. Every corner of the museum provided a unique and breathtaking backdrop for their portraits. I personally love the photos of the bridal parties all together, everyone’s smiles were so big and genuine!
Finally, it was time for the reception, which means time to party!! It was decorated so perfectly with stunning floral arrangements and soft lighting. After all of the toasts, the room turned into a dance club! My favorite part was when they brought out the In-N-Out burgers towards the end of the night…everyone LOVED that! The newlyweds snuck outside with some of their closest friends for some really adorable photos together with their cheeseburgers (see the bottom of the gallery). The night came to a close shortly after, and I left feeling so deeply grateful for the opportunity to capture such a spectacular wedding at the Legion Of Honor Museum.
Congratulations Sarah and Eddie!!
Location: Legion Of Honor Museum
“Hiring Amanda and her team to shoot my SF City Hall wedding this past June was the best decision I could have made besides the decision to get married at City Hall in the first place. She knows that City Hall like the back of her hand and every city worker knows her. It was a real pleasure to have her capture the memories of our special day. As someone who really dislikes having my picture taken because I’m supremely unphotogenic, she made this process as painless as possible and even fun! Would recommend this gifted photographer to anyone!” -Jill + Brandon