Bride and groom with Officiant

San Francisco City Hall Weddings

You and your fiancé deserve to have an unforgettable and enchanting wedding ceremony in an iconic, historical, and spectacularly beautiful location.

San Francisco City Hall was built shortly after the 1906 earthquake and is designed in a Neoclassical style. The central dome is higher than the one at the Capitol Building in Washington DC. The Grand Staircase is made from marble and is a breathtaking centerpiece under the rotunda.

Although The City of San Francisco coordinates a staff of volunteers that offer a limited number of civil ceremonies per day on a tightly restricted schedule, a Professional Wedding Officiant can provide you a bit more flexibility than what the city extends. In addition, if you prefer to have some romantic, religious, or cultural elements included in your ceremony, California Wedding Officiant can help with that. Finally, I can help you avoid some of the bureaucratic hassles of local government.

You can choose from various packages that will accommodate your budget and requirements.

  • The two of you will receive a ceremony script that fits your and your finance’s personality and style.
  • I will guide you in finding just the right spot within City Hall for the optimum beautiful backgrounds for your wedding photos.
  • I will advise you in acquiring a marriage license, if necessary, and make sure that it is submitted correctly and on time.

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You will be expertly guided through the process. You will have the magical and memorable wedding you have always dreamed of. Your friends and family will always treasure the memories of the love that was shared on your “Big Day.”

 

You can find more information about reserving a space for a San Francisco City Hall Wedding within City Hall HERE.

San Francisco City Hall

360° Virtual Tours

If you are trying to decide where to hold your ceremony, CLICK HERE to take a look at captivating views of San Francisco City Hall.

Many thanks to San Francisco Photographer Joseph Kohn for sharing these with me. For more spectacular photos take a look at his website HERE