Jonathan Moscone, a son of slain San Francisco Mayor George Moscone, married Darryl Carbonaro on Friday in a ceremony held at San Francisco City Hall.

The mayor and Harvey Milk, the city's first openly gay supervisor, were assassinated in San Francisco City Hall in 1978 by Dan White, a disgruntled former supervisor.

Former mayor Willie Brown officiated the ceremony, which took place in the mayor's balcony near a bust of Mayor Moscone, as roughly 80 guests looked on.

“Darryl is beautifully attractive, extremely articulate and well educated and funny,” Moscone told the San Francisco Chronicle. “He never thought I was too intense or too odd. I make total sense to him. That's how I knew – and knew within two hours. Everything I said made him smile. I could be myself with him.”

“I proposed at the bar of the NoMad Hotel in New York in January,” he continued. “It was spur of the moment, and I asked him to marry me by the end of the year.”