Hy and Frank both really enjoy photographing Camille and Michael. They had fun with the couple during the engagement photo session. They had a blast with the couple and their lively friends and families on the wedding day. Then they really enjoyed being creative with Camille and Michael for the day-after session.
I really like the raw yet artistic composition of this shot. The gown was designed by San Francisco’s own woman entrepreneur designer Amy Kuschel.
I really love the elegant and modern look of Amy Kuschel gown. It fits Camille really well.
The ceremony was hosted at the grand St. Ignatius Catholic Church in San Francisco. Frank took some amazing photos of the location, check out this old post. This following photos shows a different look of the same location. This time, with Camille and Mike in it.
Super fun wedding party ~
I love the photo wall of the Starlight Room.
The flower was done by Briar Rose Flower Atelier in San Francisco.
I love the family photo gallery table!
Sir Francis Drake Hotel Ballroom, love the crystal chandeliers!
Husband and wife posing in front of the 21-foot velvet drapes. Love the bustle too!
Traditional Filipino Dance performed by family members. What a blessing!
The guests joined the fun stick dance.
Bride and groom kept up with the challenge.
Super fun guests!
I look at this following elevator photo at least 20 times now (yeah.. I do spent a lot of time on these photos). But not until now, I just realize, there are multiple reflections of Camille and Michael in this shot. Do you see them too? Sometimes Hy’s photos have depth there that I don’t see at the first glance. Very interesting ..
Last but not least, the ring shot 🙂
BTW, I didn’t show the photo here, but DJ Deymeetrius from I Got your Music did an awesome job in keeping the partying pumping. Hy and Frank were able to capture some fun party shots. The super cute and yummy looking Cupcake Tower was done by the pastry chef of Scala’s Bistro in San Francisco. Check out the slideshow for those photos.
If you enjoy these photos here, you would love the day-after photos! Stay tune ~ 😉