Amy and Michael

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

I love Chinese weddings.  Yes, there’s always lots of good food available and people pushing it on you, but mainly because it’s a full day of celebrations and traditions.  There’s always so much stuff going on making it a rich opportunity for photographs.  From the getting ready, tea ceremony, significant items like fans, umbrellas, and oranges, the challenges the groom must undergo to prove his worth to his future bride, dinner games, and tons of pictures of family, it’s always a lot of fun.  Amy and Michael took on the challenge of combining Western and Chinese traditions a couple of weeks ago, and the results were spectacular.

Here’s a quick slideshow of the highlights from the day with very little processing.  With the help of Amy’s badminton friends taking care of the audio/video setup at the restaurant, I also did a same-day slideshow at the wedding itself, which turned out amazingly well, so I think I’m going to be doing do a lot more of them!  Also many thanks to my brother Simon, who helped second shoot in order to get everything in!

More pictures to come in the future…

 

 

Ceremony: Queen Elizabeth Park Celebration Pavilion, Vancouver

Reception: Dragon View Restaurant, Richmond

Categories:   Weddings
Actions:   E-mail | del.icio.us | Permalink | Comments (0) | Comment RSSRSS comment feed | ShareShare on Facebook
|

Comments

Comments are closed