Oh the big TEN ten TEN! This date only comes once every hundred years so it is definitely something to celebrate – especially when its your wedding day. We were fortunate enough to capture Sarah’s and Paul’s monumental day. This was an epic fourteen-hour day so we have TONS of photographs to share. And while it was a long day, it really didn’t seem that long with all the activities they had going on and made it enjoyable for us through the lens.
Sarah and Paul, congratulations on entering this next chapter of your life. We wish you nothing but the very best and know that your love will just grow as time goes on. We cannot wait to see what the future holds for you both and we thank you for making us a part of your day.
With love ~ Cam & Tracy.
Now on to the details!
Sarah’s gorgeous Pronovias wedding dress
Now her Enzo Angiolini Shoes and her Chinese evening gown.
And there is nothing wrong with being comfortable on your wedding day especially if you are going to be on your feet all day long – gotta love the Chuck Taylors
Time to get ready – make up by Sung Park
Paul getting ready at home and a wedding gift from Sarah’s Dad
The ladies and their gorgeous arrangements by Bea Tran from Flowers by Bea.
Both Sarah and Paul as they anxiously wait to see each other….
Sarah’s and Paul’s family flew from all over – Hong Kong, Hawaii and the east coast to celebrate with them. The day started out with a traditional Chinese tea ceremony at the home of Sarah’s aunt. Before Paul can see Sarah he had to make his way past her Bridesmaid and Maid of Honor to get to her. It’s a good thing that Sarah’s friends were nice and didn’t make him work too hard. He basically had to get on his knees and sing her a song. Even I had to help him out with some of the lyrics to Backstreet Boys’ “I’ll Never Break Your Heart…”
Soon after, we headed down to Paul’s home to welcome Sarah into their family…
So once both tea ceremonies commenced, we had some time to take some quick portraits of this duo on Sarah’s motorcycle since we featured Paul’s on their engagement shoot.
We then headed towards the Cerritos Sculpture Garden, which is located just a few blocks away from their ceremony and reception location. It always works out so well when a couple gives us a ton of time and allows us to do all the portraits before their ceremony. We love that a couple can focus all their attention on the guests instead of squeezing in a quick photo shoot! 😀
The Best Man and Maid of Honor
Now time for the wedding ceremony at Prince Seafood Restaurant
Sarah in her beautiful Chinese gown
Time to toss the bouquet and dance away!
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my fav – the motorcycle one!
A picture says a thousand words. The photographer did a fantastic job of capturing Paul’s and Sarah’s everlasting love. The new “modern” twist of combining the Chinese tradition along with the American is awesome. I love the way the photographer portrayal of the couples’ friendship and sense of humor. Congrats Paul and Sarah! May you both have a 100 years of happiness!!
beautiful wedding!! you guys did a great job!! the shots are so fun & fresh!
great meeting you yesterday Tracy!