Relationships like Johnalyns and PJs are truly rare. To have been together for so long and been through so much together including great distances that meant they were apart for a time means that they know full well they want to be with each other. Their journey lead them to this day, and I’m sure they wouldn’t have changed a thing about it.
Ivy & Rich’s wedding was definitely the joining of two families. From the way in which the women in Rich’s family wore traditional Vietnamese dresses during the earlier tea ceremony to the way in which Ivy’s family got down the dance floor jamming out to the awesome American band they had for nighttime, it truly was a perfect celebration of both sides.
Lily & Hoai are our officially last wedding of the summer, and they were a great way to wrap the summer for us. What we really enjoyed from their wedding was how playful they are with one another. We noticed this especially during the open dancing. They just had a blast with one another, and you could really tell that they were in their own world… dancing like nobody was watching.
Major props to Kim & John–they managed to close on a house all in the middle of wedding planning. And not only that, they finished enough work on it in time to use the wonderfully lit space for morning prep shots and first look. We love shooting in spaces with great light and minimal clutter, and this was exactly that.
Location aside, it was a pleasure to work with Kim & John. They were both great to work with, and we had a blast working alongside other friendors. Congrats again, you two!