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Palace of Fine Arts Wedding Portraits: Stephanie & Jeff’s Intimate Ceremony

Stephanie, a San Francisco native, has known since high school that she wanted to haveย San Francisco Palace of Fine Artsย wedding portraits. One day, she would be the one whose photos were being taken with the love of her life, as she had observed so many times before. Who could blame her? It’s one of San Francisco’s most beautiful landmarks. With intricate architectural details, lush greenery, and beautiful water features, it’s a gorgeous choice for wedding photos.

That day wound up being May 12, 2017, to Jeff, an Ohio native. It was a beautiful outside, the skies where clear (no Karl the Fog in sight), with just the slightest breeze. It was perfect for an afternoon of Palace of Fine Arts wedding portraits.

The two met working at the same company 5 years ago and found a common connection through their love of physics when a work conversation changed subjects. Both self-proclaimed nerds wound up having a lot more in common then they initially thought. What grew from that conversation was something I was so happy to capture on camera. They are adorable together, and the looks they exchange tell you just how much they love one another.

Stephanie and Jeff had their official wedding ceremony at San Francisco City Hall, another architecturally stunning building with fantastic lighting.ย  The ceremony was intimate and the love between them was so sweet! Stephanie wore her mother’s wedding dress from 32 years prior, but to modernize it, she de-poofed the sleeves.

Interestingly enough, the SF Chronicle was running a piece on some of the weddings happening that day, 43 total, and Jeff and Stephanie’s was one of the ceremonies featured. Read the feature here.

Thank you Jeff and Stephanie for letting me capture this beautiful day with you. Keep making each other smile, geeking out over physics, and enjoy all the adventures you will go on together.

Bride and groom crossing San Francisco street on their way to Palace of Fine Arts wedding

Bride and groom at Palace of Fine Arts wedding photos by Amy Thompson Photography

Bride and groom black and white portrait at San Francisco City Hall wedding

San Francisco City Hall wedding portrait of bride and groom by Amy Thompson Photography

Bride and groom climbing stairs at San Francisco City Hall wedding

Wedding bouquet close up at San Francisco City Hall wedding

Bride and groom laughing at San Francisco City Hall wedding

San Francisco City Hall wedding ceremony by Amy Thompson Photography

San Francisco City Hall wedding ceremony by Amy Thompson Photography

Bride and groom embrace at San Francisco City Hall wedding by Amy Thompson Photography

 

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Ariel

OMG, you’re so lucky Karl didn’t make an appearance at this intimate San Francisco wedding at the Palace of Fine Arts!! I love SF City Hall, it’s so elegant but still California Cool. This looks like a great small wedding, the bride & groom just radiate love! The metal work glass portrait is my fave – so sweet but cool, I especially love your light!

Cathie Berrey-green

What an awesome wedding at the Palace of Fine Arts. Such an adorable couple and her dress is amazing. Looks like they had the perfect photo session with Amy Thompson photography.

The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco was the perfect place for this couples wedding! It looks so simple and elegant. You captured this couples special day perfectly.

jen

Wow San Franciso is so lucky to have such an amazing wedding photographer!! I can’t even pick a favorite from this session. They picked an amazing date to get married too-my 10 year wedding anniversary ๐Ÿ˜€

The Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco is definitely a scenic wedding portrait location beautifully photographed by Amy Thompson Photography. So many perfect bride and groom moments captured here.

Adrienne

Wedding photos at a palace! These are so stunning. Such a lovely spot in San Fransisco!

Lauren Priori

Unbelievable venue for a wedding! The Palace of Fine Arts is seriously sooo pretty!

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