An all-star San Francisco City Hall wedding photographer team ready to capture your intimate elopement ceremony, so you can remember each moment forever.
SF City Hall offers exquisite elegance matched with architectural excellence
Book an Experienced SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL Wedding Photographer
Our experienced San Francisco City Hall wedding photographers are ready to give you the best possible experience at one of the Bay Area’s most treasured and architecturally superb public spaces.
In addition to our signature wedding photography collections, we also offer tailored elopement collections with our San Francisco City Hall wedding photographer team to ensure absolutely anyone can afford a magical wedding photoshoot on their big day.
ELOPEMENT COLLECTION STARTING AT $725 FOR 90 MINUTES
We have collections to accommodate both smaller and larger San Francisco City Hall wedding services including elopements taking place in other locations around the Bay Area.
Ready to book your San Francisco City Hall wedding photographer?
Whether you’re planning a small elopement ceremony or a grandiose affair, San Francisco City Hall offers the perfect setting for our team of SF City Hall wedding photographers to capture your unique love story.
A favorite destination wedding venue for LGBTQ+ couples, San Francisco City Hall truly lives up to its title as the “people’s palace”. Let the sweeping architecture be the enchanting setting for your big day. With polished marble that practically glows in the ample natural light that streams through its stately oversized windows, the magnificently ornate grand staircase, and several ceremony sites, this venue is a favorite among our SF Bay Area wedding photographers.
Exchange your wedding vows where countless other couples have joyously exchanged their nuptials for over a century while our San Francisco City Hall wedding photographers capture every luscious details and touching moment.
With a journalistic storytelling approach, each Apollo couple can expect a superb experience and exquisite collection of photographs celebrating their wedding day.
In order to match & honor the artistic merit of your San Francisco City Hall wedding photographers' work, all couples will have access to preserve their precious memories in an array of fine art wedding albums.
We truly believe an elegantly designed and beautifully printed album is the best presentation for your romantic wedding photos from San Francisco City Hall.
DO YOU HAVE A PRICING GUIDE?
We sure do! We even a special pricing guide that is dedicated to our San Francisco City Hall wedding photographer team. Head to our main contact page, fill out the form there, & the pricing guide will be sent automagically back to the email address you provide!
Yes, here's the website for civil ceremonies at SF City Hall (https://sfgov.org/countyclerk/marriage-civil-ceremony) & here's the website for private ceremonies (http://www.sfcityhallevents.org).
DO WE HAVE TO HAVE OUR WEDDING DATE BOOKED AT SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL BEFORE WE BOOK YOU?
For all rotunda weddings, San Francisco City Hall restricts the guests count to 6 people. For civil ceremonies over 6 guests, you will be placed in their "Ceremony Room" near the County Clerk Office.
HOW MANY GUESTS ARE ALLOWED IN THE ROTUNDA?
We will do our best to get a clear shot on the staircase if you'd like one, but keep in mind that City Hall is a busy place with lots of people taking photos - and getting married 🙂 so the staircase and other popular areas at City Hall are not always clear of people. That being said, we'll do our best to get the shots you're after!
CAN WE SHOOT ON THE STAIRCASE?
Friday afternoons are the busiest times so it is best to avoid that if possible. A general rule of thumb is to book earlier in the week and as early as possible in the morning slots if you want city hall more to yourself.
WHAT IS THE BEST DAY/TIME TO HAVE OUR WEDDING AT SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL?
The 4th floor has the *most* amazing light in city hall!
WE ARE THINKING OF DOING A PRIVATE CEREMONY AT SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL, DO YOU PREFER THE MAYOR'S BALCONY OR THE 4TH FLOOR?