As promised, here is part deux of Nataly + Christian’s wedding. I’ll stop writing here because this wedding needs no introduction, it’s that awesome.
Get ready everyone because this wedding will blow you away with its beautiful details and beautiful people. I hope I did a commendable job capturing all the yummy goodness that Nataly worked so hard on. Big props for making those piñata table numbers. You are just full of talent. Check out her awesome illustration work here!
baaahhhhhh can’t believe these two are married! I had such a fun time shooting their wedding because it really felt like I wasn’t working. In fact I had to remind myself that I was working and tell myself to shoot because angela and jun are just those kinds of people…they put people at ease. I loved all the details from their wedding (maybe because it reminded me of our wedding…which reminds me…i should post those sometime soon). I absolutely love these types of weddings!!!! Did I mention Angela is a super talented illustrator?
So I am in Korea and WHEN in Korea one must eat loads of street food, drink light korean beer and meet hot couples to shoot in awesome places. Sarah and Joe are one of such peeps. They are super duper goofy and (lets not beat around the bush here) HOT!
Check it out.
It seems as though every time I’m at Fields on West Lake the weather is the same. Cold and gloomy…with rain. However! Every time I go there it’s such an awesome wedding with such awesome couples. The outdoors, the decor, the people and LOVE…they are all ingredients to make that awesome wedding. It was personally so sweet because they had some crazy rains during their ceremony which was just like mine! I love weddings like this because it reminds me of my very own crazy backyard wedding. Something about rain that’s very utterly romantic.
I’m so excited to share this shoot with you guys! I’ve known Nain for many years now and I can’t believe it’s time for her to get married now. Feeling so privilege to shoot this gorgeous girl. We met up in Seoul for this special shoot! Shooting in Seoul is so very different from shooting in Toronto. It’s waaaaaay less strict there and you can shoot almost anywhere as long as you’re polite (or speak in english and pretend you don’t understand).