Lori & Todd: Presidio Wedding Photography in San Francisco

Presidio Wedding Photography in San Francisco

There aren’t many places where you can have a warm wedding in December. Well not without palm trees, anyway. Lori, Todd and I shot some photos at sunset. Right on the water, we marveled at how great it felt to be outdoors.

Lori and Todd’s San Francisco Presidio wedding photography had the best of both kinds of winter. After shooting on the bluffs, we headed to the Presidio’s Log Cabin for the reception. The entire place twinkled with holiday decorations. They thought of everything. Glowing Christmas trees and a warm fireplace. Even frosty centerpieces! I could hardly believe it wasn’t cold and snowy outside.

After shooting Lori and Todd’s San Francisco engagement photos, I knew their wedding would be a highlight of the holiday season.

Lori and Todd, a big ‘Congratulations’ to you both!

 

Presidio Wedding Photography, bride looking in the mirror.Presidio Wedding Photography, St. Johns Church in San Francisco.First look photograph of the bride and groom, Presidio Wedding Photography.Photograph of the groomsmens' boutionnieres and ties, Presidio Wedding Photography.Presidio Wedding Photography, St. John's church in San Francisco.Groomsman blowing bubbles after the wedding, Presidio Wedding Photography.Presidio Wedding Photography in San Francisco.Presidio Wedding Photography, San Francisco, CA.Photograph of the bride and groom's first dance, Presidio Wedding Photography.Best man making a speech and a toast. Log Cabin Presidio Wedding Photography.Presidio Wedding Photography, Log Cabin in San Francisco.Bride and groom making a speech after the wedding reception toasts, Presidio Wedding Photography.Presidio Wedding Photography, Log Cabin, San Francisco.Wedding guest dancing at the reception, Presidio Wedding Photography.Wedding guest dancing on the dance floor of the reception, Presidio Wedding Photography.Photograph of the wedding reception at the Log Cabin, Presidio Wedding Photography.

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Bride dancing, Presidio Wedding Photography, San Francisco.

Groom dancing to Footloose at his wedding reception, Presidio Wedding Photography.The candy and cake table at the Log Cabin wedding venue.The Bride and her friends dancing at the Log Cabin in San Francisco, Presidio Wedding Photography.Presidio Wedding Photography, San Francisco.Bridesmaid photograph from Presidio Wedding Photography.Photography of dancing and partying, Presidio Wedding Photography.

Photograph of a wedding guest at the Log Cabin, Presidio Wedding Photography.Wedding party after the San Francisco Wedding, Presidio Wedding Photography.Wedding photography portrait with the Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco, Presidio Wedding Photography.

 

Chris Werner is a Lake Tahoe wedding photographer who travels throughout Northern California for weddings. If you made it this far, you should take a look at these

Truckee engagement photos, this PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn wedding, and this outdoor mountain wedding.

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  • Fun couple I particularly like the second one down.ReplyCancel

  • Gary Porter

    Hi Chris, your photo are amazing and so much fun, regards GaryReplyCancel

  • Brilliantly done.ReplyCancel

  • Just looking through your website, awesome work! I love the way you are able to catch all the different expressions from people at the reception.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful lighting! Great shots!ReplyCancel

  • Lori McCormack

    WOW Chris! We are soooo thrilled with the “teaser”. You caught some of our favorite people on the planet in the best light, being exactly who they are.ReplyCancel

  • Wow! The “teaser” shots look great! I especially am in love with the shot of Lo and Todd where Todd has a giant smile and Lo is cracking up. Simply beautiful.ReplyCancel

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