July 23, 2019
Okay, look. I know this is a long post….but I promise it’s worth it to go all the way to the end. Also, get ready to tear up. There’s nothing harder than watching a groom cry at his wedding, or the bride cry while having a sweet moment with her dad. They followed their Christian ceremony with a traditional Korean ceremony called Paebaek (pronounced “peh-beck”), where the parents throw dates and chestnuts and the bride and groom have to catch them. However many are caught signifies how many children they will have
After the ceremonies, I took Tammy and Sang out to the nearby dock, let them have some quiet moments to reflect on their day so far and got some really stunning photos of these two and their love. Kiana Lodge is such an incredible venue and easily one of my favorites to photograph. Also, the team of vendors for this wedding was unbelievable. Enjoy. And get all the way to the end
This is a wedding for the books.