My first official wedding is finally in the books! After months of stressing, preparing and practicing, the day went by without a hitch. I’m not sure what the best way to describe photographing your first wedding is like, but it’s a huge adrenaline rush throughout the whole day, and once you finish, it’s a huge sigh of relief.
Thanks to Iris and Trueman for letting me capture their special day. Although their engagement happened in December, it only took them about 4 months to prepare for this special day. The day was short, simple, and sweet, which perfectly defines the two of them. They met over maple cookies and animal crackers in the back of the chemistry class and from there, the rest was history.
The day started off at Richmond, Fraserview Church where we did a few portraits before the ceremony. Iris started off in a traditional Chinese red dress for the portraits and later switched into her beautiful wedding dress.
Unlike most weddings, we parted ways after the ceremony, and met up at Neptune Restaurant,
where the traditional tea ceremony took place. Iris, changed into another dress one more time for the evening. Much like the ceremony, the reception was simple, and surrounded by those closest to them.
Congrats, to the two of you! Hope you two had a wonderful time on your honeymoon in Japan!!