It was a fine, bright, and beautiful day when our couple, Traci and Grey, got married. I love how everything was illuminated by natural sunlight that it felt like such a lighthearted and joyful wedding. And this vibe and setting matched with the timeless and classic details created such elegance despite the simplicity. One good illustration of this description is the ceremony venue – with it’s great and beautiful layout and the big windows that allowed entry of sunshine – it was definitely a perfect start for the rest of the day. Congratulations Traci and Grey!
This photoshoot is filled with sweet and soft details accented by dark and edgy hints. From the bridal gowns and dresses to the table pieces, everything just screams chic. The outfits’ designs are beautifully feminine but it’s either they’re paired with something that has a touch of black or it is black. The food and table details are in pink and black, which may sound unappetizing but once you look at them, they will be sure to bring out your sweet tooth. Despite the darkness and lack of appeal of the said shade as a traditional wedding palette, when used at good moderation, it can actually make your event classy. Besides, completely soft hues are not really for every bride.
In Linh & Chris wedding day, everything was almost at par with tradition. The ceremony and the reception were elegant and classy but they followed conventional themes. So when our couple had their after-ceremony shoot, they decided to squeeze in a little bit of a modern twist. This bit was such a delight for their photographer as she was provided with a venue, the Naguchi Gardens, that was breathtaking and unique. The couple was able to pose as they like and it set the fun mood for their reception, which we were told was just completely stress-free. Also, look out for the bride’s outfit change because it was a perfect mix of class and sexy!