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Rikki Ward Photography

Wedding Photographer
Main Office Location:
By Appointment Only
San Francisco, California 94110

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Service Area:

Greater Bay Area and also available for travel worldwide.

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Vendor Type { Photographer }
Company Founded { 2008 }

Clients who book through Here Comes The Guide will receive a complimentary print package valued at $200.

Services Offered

Rikki’s brides tell us that of all their wedding photos, none of the images felt “posed” or “contrived.” Rikki Ward knows how to capture the essence of the moment and the spirit of each couple she works with. She does an amazing job photographing weddings from not only a wide view, but also down to the tiniest detail.

Packages start at $2000.

Rikki Ward Photography Covers These Areas:

Northern California
  - East Bay
  - Lake Tahoe
  - Monterey and Carmel
  - Napa and Sonoma Wine Country
  - North Bay / Marin
  - North Coast / Mendocino
  - Peninsula
  - Sacramento and Central Valley
  - San Francisco
  - Santa Cruz
  - Solano County
  - South Bay / San Jose
  - Tri-Valley and Livermore Wine Country
  - Yosemite / Gold Country / Sierra
  - And other areas by special arrangement.

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Verified Reviews from Real Brides & Grooms

“I chose Rikki because the pictures on her website were candid and conveyed the crisp, raw, and real emotions of excitement and happiness. I did not want too many posed portraits—I wanted to be able to look back at the pictures and see family and friends laughing, dancing, etc. Her pictures are truly ‘worth a thousand words’ for this reason.”

“Her pictures transport me back to getting ready, walking down the aisle, the first dance, etc.”

“I truly must say that our photos are absolutely gorgeous. She captured some extravagant moments.”

“Her presence was incredibly warm and calming and her love for wedding photography truly showed throughout the entire process.”

“She is a delightful person to be around, and her work truly speaks for itself.”

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