Flowers: Nicole Ha Designs
Videography: Vinny, Imperial Video Production
Day off Coordinator: Lorraine Manawil, Beginning Bliss
Linens & Chair rentals: Thomas, First Class Linen productions
Officiant: Mary Alice O'Connor
DJ: Ted Pham
Photobooth: Denon & Doyle
Lighting: Northern Lights
Cake: Thao Huynh
Bridges Golf Course: Alicia Baker
The boy you see on following photo is Tristan, son of the bride and now step son for the groom. (Tristan, about 13 years old...hmmm... must be named after my third favorite Brad Pitt's movie, Legends of the Fall. Yeah..I said it...I like Brad Pitt movies). The image is really tells you pretty much the whole wedding, but not what you think. We did get rained out and had to moved the ceremony inside. I'm pretty sad about it. I didn't get to shoot the Bridges Golf Course the way it was meant to be photographed. Plus, my portrait session got cut to little to VERY little time.
Tristan is the major part of the vows made by the newlyweds that poured the same amount of tears as raindrops you see on this photo. I have to say, if you are ever going to make a vow, might as well make it with such passion as Stephanie and Khai's. Thanks you both for reminding me why I love attending and shooting weddings.
Side story: Tristan looked at me funny everything I asked him to pose for a photo. I'm pretty sure he will endear to me after seeing this only photo blogged for his mom's wedding.
I'm going to sleep now. It's the only photo I can post before I crash after an exhausting day (Hope my grammar and spelling hold up. Hard to think right now). Stay tune.
One of a few portraits we could squeeze in between rain showers.
Can you believe the following group photo was done with one take. Well, I could do a second take due to the extreme time constraint. Look at the gleaming smiles on the entire bridal party...probably assisted from their afternoon liquid desserts.