Category Archives: Weddings

Yes! it’s been long since I make any entry.  It’s also been long since Huy (aka Mr. Huy Hello) and Linh wedding.  What’s the excuse? Just a long UHHH UHHH 🙂  Even though  it’s been long, their wedding and love was still truly lived in the song L.O.V.E.

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I feel like this entry should’ve been posted on Thanksgiving Day.  Having the honor to be photographing Kiana and Sack’s wedding I feel grateful for all of the traditions I am exposed to.  This was my first time witnessing a mixed of East (Lao, Cambodian and Chinese) and West wedding tradition.  And I have only […]

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One of the best thing about being a wedding photographer is not just witnessing the couple’s happy day; but also listening to the loveliest words and stories they shared.  Most of the times they’re touching stories, this time I was happily jealoused.  This was what I can recalled from Andy’s speech that day: “I am […]

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Honestly, my intention is to write a blog entry that’s more closely related to Martin & Theresa wedding day.  After looking over and over again at the “And they lived happily ever after…” I started to wonder HOW???  To my surprise, there’s a website with the exact same providing a how-to-guide.  If you don’t believe […]

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Hello there! In previous post previous blog you’ve met the young couple Joseph & Tee (J&T).  And now… they’re married.  The begging question is, are they still considered to be young lover?  I don’t know! Take a look for yourself. All I know was that it was a challenge to help the bride completing all […]

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“You became mine…” does not mean I own Katie and/or Tudor.  It was a quote on Katie & Tudor wedding cake and Katie’s ring that I found to be interesting.  Personally, I feel the quote is selfishly sweet.  It is selfish because it is making one being a possession of someone else.  At the same […]

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Since my last blog ’til now, I’ve really proved how much of a writer I am NOT.  If I am a writer, Son and Tiffany’s wedding would have already been posted in January (the month of their wedding).  Taking another attempt at writing blog, I’m going to try to approach it with the KISSS principle […]

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