Kristin and Andrew’s Mountain Terrace wedding was chock full and spanned Woodside, to San Francisco, and back to Millbrae. The day began at the Mountain Terrace where Kristin got into her dress with the help of her bridesmaids and enjoyed an early first look with Andrew before the guests arrived. Their ceremony was incredibly warm and touching — Kristin and Andrew both shed tears of joy as they listened to each other recite their heartfelt vows. Kristin and Andrew’s early lunchtime ceremony gave us a lot of time after the formal portraits and a few creative portraits at the Mountain Terrace to head up to San Francisco to mix into some cityscape for their portraits. From there we went to Zen Peninsula for a traditional tea ceremony and their reception. In addition to the more common events such as toasts and special dances, Kristin and Andrew also were put a bit on the spot to partake in some “wedding couple” games like the shoe game, where they answered questions like “Who is the better dresser?” by raising either their own or the other’s shoe in the air. I’m not sure if they were keeping score but I found their reactions pretty great as they tried to figure out what the right (or safe) answer was. After the toasts and games and dances, the dance floor opened up and the party continued into the night! Here are some of my top pic(k)s from Kristin and Andrew’s Mountain Terrace wedding and reception at Zen Peninsula:

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[…] in a while, I find myself in another city doing an engagement session. Back in 2016, I photographed Kristin & Andrew’s Mountain Terrace wedding and Cindy and Eric were among the guests in attendance. Apparently they liked what they saw […]

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