Jenny and Kiet pose for a stunning portrait outside of the San Jose City Hall after their wedding ceremony.
Jenny and Kiet had planned a double wedding with the bride’s sister and her fiance. It was originally scheduled for May of 2020, but the pandemic quickly changed their plans. Once the California governor allowed weddings inside churches, the couple planned a private ceremony at a San Jose church.
The bride talks with her excited flower girls in the lobby of the church before Mass begins.
The bride and groom walk down the aisle together in order to begin their ceremony.
This detail shot of the priest’s personal hand sanitizer and face mask highlights the realities of getting married during a global pandemic.
COVID wedding photo of The ring bearer watching in awe as the rings are blessed at a San Jose church
The ring bearer watches in awe as the wedding rings are blessed by the priest.
The couple exchange wedding rings with smiles on their faces.
The priest celebrates the wedding mass in front of the couple.
Wearing masks and social distancing inside the church, the guests take a moment to bless the newlywed couple.
San Jose wedding portraits inside the church during COVID of The bride and groom with their family members
The bride and groom take a formal portrait with their family members, all of whom are wearing face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.