What started as an online date with a lost wallet, a passport and a few dollars in cash led to this beautiful day at the Flood Mansion. Dan and Colleen met about three and a half years ago on match.com and Dan had lost his wallet the day of their first date. Its funny sometimes what you remember about first dates: random facts, smells, feelings, the insignificance of a lost wallet but then you realize these are the insignificant moments that lead you to the noteworthy ones. I love shooting San Francisco weddings, but even for a San Francisco based photographer they are a rare treat and the Flood Mansion was just that. A treat that sits on top of a hill of granite made out of marble and history. Thank you for having me capture it - I love that you got ready at home Colleen, that you took your guests on a trolley tour of the city in-between the ceremony and reception and that you sang Happy Birthday to your Mom with your wedding cake and mostly that you were just yourselves for this perfect day. Such a true San Francisco day with a bit of sun and fog but most of all love.Thank you to the team of professionals that put this San Francisco Wedding together AND big thank you to Carmen & Emily for shooting with me.
Wedding Venue: Flood Mansion / Ceremony: St. Vincent de Paul, San Francisco / Event Coordinator: Heather Johnson of Adelphi Productions / Floral Design: Angella Floral Arts / Catering: Global Gourmet Catering / Brides Hair/Makeup: Lavish Hair & Makeup / DJ: DJ Cams / Groom, Groomsmen Attire: Black by Vera Wang / Bridesmaid Attire: Bill Levkoff.