Pete & Esme {Wedding Portrait Session}

The Fairmont + The Palace Hotel { San Francisco }

Meet Pete and Esme!!! you did last summer in this amazing engagement session along the Pacific coast of their dreams.
They’re at it again! Last January we ran around some swank SF hotels for a little post wedding portrait love 😉



Tell us about the original love day and what you did –

We were married on a beautiful, sunny October day at the Swedenborgian Church in San Francisco. The church is absolutely charming and the ceremony was, by far, our favorite part of the day. Our reception was at an art gallery, “cocktail party” style, chock full of amazingly wonderful food, friends, drinks and dancing. It was lovely in every way!




where’d you get that dress? (i think everyone reading the blog will want to know)
I am so in love with my dress! It’s Melissa Sweet, purchased at Priscilla of Boston. The fact that Priscilla is no longer in business makes it even more special to me.
pete – give us a word to describe the color of your suit.
It’s a super awesome Gatsby Grey wool tweed 3-piece I found at Golden Gate Clothiers in SF’s Financial District. It fit like a GLOVE right off the rack & was the last of its kind in the store.


That Bouquet – who made dat?
My bouquet was made by the lovely Natalie of Clementine in Oakland. She was so sweet and fun to work with. I loved it so much more than my original bouquet!




Why in the world do you love each other?
We make each other laugh every day (Esme prefers a made-up showtunes approach, while Pete tends to err on the side of absurdity).



Pete – if you won the lottery – what would you buy Esme
A house on 10 sunny coastal acres of wild California (plenty of room to grow veggies & build a ‘Cribs’-worthy chicken coop) & a storefront in the city for the flower shop she daydreams about.
Esme – if you won the lottery what would you buy Pete
A trip for two around the world, a farm, a Model-T and a unicorn

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