Obviously the main event at any wedding celebration is the actual ceremony. At city hall the ceremonies are very short and pretty much follow a standard script. The average nuptial ceremony is 3 minutes long. It includes a brief statement by the officiant followed by the vows and then the ring exchange. It is all sealed with the first kiss. This particular wedding ceremony was officiated by one of the best Marriage Commissioners at SF city hall. We have worked with him for years and he really is great. He treats each wedding like it is the only wedding he has ever done. He keeps it very real, but also is upbeat and positive. We love him!