Wedding Date: August 8, 2009
Photography by: Lexigraphics Photography
Tell us a little about you and your beloved:
It all started at Sts. Peter and Paul School in San Francisco, where we met in fifth grade. Placed in a group together, we became friends. However, we lost touch in high school but reunited in college. We have been together ever since.
What was the most amazing part of your day?
In Chinese culture, the groom and his groomsmen would arrive at the bride’s house to pick up the bride and the bridesmaids before the ceremony. To enter the house, the groom and groomsmen must complete a variety of task determined by the bridesmaids. One of my favorite tasks was when they had to sing and dance to one of my childhood’s favorite songs.
What else would you like to share about your big day?
Walking down the aisle felt like a dream, I was surrounded by flowers, and I could not see any other faces but my husband’s. My day began and ended with the biggest smile on my face.
Reception Venue: Marriott
Photographer: Lexigraphics Photography
Cake: Copenhegan, Designed by our Florist, Mints Design
Flowers: Mints Design
Favors: homemade chocolate with toffee
Wedding Dress: From Forget-Me-Knots
Bridesmaid Dresses: BCBG
Hair: Rene Belle from Didi Salon
Makeup: Jacque Berg
Invitations: Honey & Bloom
DJ/Entertainment: Impact Sounds
Honeymoon location: Paris, France
Any other vendor you’d like to call out? Concept Designer: Gloria Wong Designs
First Dance Song: “You Are My Lady” by Freddie Jackson
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Photos courtesy of Lexigraphics Photography.
About Lexigraphics (in their own words)
From where we sit, you are one-of-a kind, and our aim in photographing your wedding will be to produce images that are as unique as you are. It’s all about you; we are there for you, to capture your memories, to record your dreams for you to enjoy for years to come.
As for us, we bring many years of experience to your wedding. We started Lexigraphics eight years ago, but Christie and I have been married for many more. You are not just “having a wedding,” you are getting married. Our aim is simple: to capture all the joy and happiness of this most important day. We like to say we photograph every wedding as if it was our own daughter’s wedding, because we do, whether you purchase our smallest package or our largest one.
And check out their online profile on Real Weddings Magazine’s Web site and be sure to check out their other featured real weddings from Real Weddings Magazine:
Alexandra & Jordan – from the Summer/Fall 2009 Real Weddings Magazine
Kara & Robbie – from the Winter/Spring 2009 Real Weddings Magazine
Phuong & Wa La – Online Exclusive – from the Winter/Spring 2009 Real Weddings Magazine