Fitz and Kendra’s San Francisco City Hall elopement was a day to celebrate the significance of what it means to be Black, queer women, who are children of immigrants living our lives openly and authentically.
Wearing their senior year gowns, Brooke and Sunshine celebrated overcoming the challenges that pandemic has posed and their love for one another.
The pandemic canceled wedding plans twice, however third time was a charm. They spent the day exploring San Francisco and ended their day amongst the Redwoods of California sharing intimate vows.
Ellie and Jess are currently dating long-distance, however, they have decided together to commit to their relationship, and gifted each other with promise rings
An impromptu photoshoot between lovers in self-isolation from COVID-19. Hunter and Liv also share with us a little snapshot into their love story, so far…
They had a bigger wedding planned with family and friends later in the year, but wanted to get legally married a touch quicker – so Emily and Susie Eloped in San Francisco.
Initially Frida and Lora thought they could do the whole wedding planning thing themselves, however, just six months from their date they hadn’t planned a thing.
When Vanessa and Gemma returned from their destination wedding in Costa Rica, they opted for an urban city wedding shoot with photographer Marissa Solini.
For Emmalaine and Maddie, love grew over long nights driving around San Francisco together aimlessly. Within six months they’d moved in together and four years, six months after Emmalaine asked Maddie to be her girlfriend, she got down on one knee and proposed. They share their intimate at-home engagement edit.