The Best Wedding Vows EVER!
When Brendan tried to contact me to photograph his wedding at Town Hall Restaurant in San Francisco we played phone tag for a while. He is a flight attendant typically has very short layovers and I have phone service thru AT&T :-o When we finally had a chance to talk and I heard their love story I could not wait to photograph their special day.
After tour of San Francisco in a “wheeled” cable car Brendan, Joe and their guests arrived at Town Hall Restaurant in a great moods ready to enjoy some vino and appetizers.
It was my favorite type of party; small, intimate, with great food and focused on spending time with friends and family.
I have to share with you the best part of this wedding, Brendan’s Wedding vows (quote below).
“Since I am a Flight Attendant and both of us have spent lots of time moving and traveling all over the world, I figured that I would present my vows in the best way that I know how.
So, ladies and gentlemen please make sure your seat backs and tray tables are in the full upright and locked position as I’d like to review the important features of our relationship!
I am proud to be your partner and promise to be honest and communicate – just like a safety information card – clear concise and with little pictures if necessary!
Also, I will turn off and stow ALL portable electronic devices and give you 100% of my attention WHENEVER you need it.
Joe, If we encounter any turbulence I promise to be your seatbelt and hold onto you with undying love and support.
I love you, I trust you and I respect you. I always have. I want you to know that I will always be there for you – just like a life vest underneath your seat.
Our journey on this flight through life has given us such wonderful memories. You have always made me happy. Thank you for being the love of my life. I am fortunate to have you by my side and I look forward to making more memories in our future together.
I just want to point out to you that you have one last chance before all of this is finalized and that there are exits there, there, there and there.”