Jody & Geoff Actual Day Wedding

Jody and Geoff wanted their wedding to be a simple one and as simple as one wedding gets, it does not lack the true meaning of a wedding – the start of a journey where two persons will share and go through together. Jody was one of previous client, Jason’s younger sister and my photographer service was actually a present from Jason to Jody. It is always nice to see familiar faces again and Jody’s family is always heartwarming and welcoming. Geoff, on the other hand, had their family flew here for the wedding ceremony all the way from Philadelphia (if I am not mistaken). They had the chance to experience some of the chinese style wedding like gate crashing ceremony and the tea ceremony.

We had fun shooting for Jody and Geoff. They are always loving and natural in front of the camera. Enough said, here are some of the photos from their actual day wedding,:)

some candids with the parents before Jody changed into her gown.

Wedding ceremony was held at Saujana Hotel, Subang

(left) Prayers before the ceremony started, (right) Geoff’s bro-in-law is one funny guy,:D

You can never expect how the kids would march down the aisle!! Or rather, should I say “run”?

This room in Saujana Hotel is a small one but the architecture is nice like a small chapel,:)

Loved the photo taken by Amelyn with just the little girl hanging,:D

(left) standard photo of the bridesmaids and bride…(right) F.R.E.E.S.T.Y.L.E.!

Not forgetting one dip with the groom! 

A short portrait session with the couple after luncheon…Saujana Hotel has a very nice surroundings with a lake and greeneries.

Inspired by Amelyn…

And not forgetting a lobby with great big window light…

Loved all their loving expressions….

Lovely flower decors from Flores Studio, not forgetting the hand bouquet of the bride and bridesmaids were also from this lovely decorator! 

Thanks again for having us at your small but lovingly warm wedding and congrats once again to Jody and Geoff!:)

Lilian & Dipendra

Lilian and Dipendra’s wedding was a simple traditional Indian ceremony held at Annalaskhmi, Brickfields while their dinner reception on the following day was held at Ciao Ristorante. They were fun to work with and prefer more candid photos of their wedding. Their details for the dinner reception was well prepared, esp. the door gifts for their guests. It was my first time seeing so much variety of door gifts and they were all handpicked and chosen by Lilian and Dipendra.

Here are some of the highlights of both Indian wedding ceremony as well as the dinner reception:-

Loved the henna design with the double happiness sign in Chinese on one hand…

Lovely couple! 

Theme for the dinner reception…

Look at those door gifts! There were different kind of tea and spices…

And every door gift has its own description..

Photobooth area prepared by Lilian’s friends

Most left, Rachel who recommended us to Lilian. Thanks a lot, Rachel! Enjoyed shooting this wedding!:D

Once again, I could not thank both Lilian and Dipendra enough to put their trust in us to photograph their wedding. I loved mixed culture wedding and this is one that I would never forget!:)

Tiffany & Joseph AD Wedding

As I’ve mentioned earlier, we were grateful that all of our couples were lovely and putting their trust in us to capture the moments on their wedding day. When I first met Tiffany and Jo, I know at the moment that it won’t be much a feat to capture their candid photos for they are always smiling, esp Jo. Tiffany, who was a more detailed bride has been corresponding with me via whatapps and sending me photos that she would like to have on her wedding day. Although, to be honest, it did put a slight stress on my part but this actually challenged me to do better, not just on her wedding day but on others as well. For me, it’s important for my couples to like my style of shooting but also, I am also open to what my couples would love to have. After all its their wedding day and a part of an important story in their life. And hence, here is where the story of Tiffany and Joseph unfolds…

Invitation card designed by Tiffany herself…She just love details…

Loved how happy Jo’s father was on that day…

Colourful socks for the groom…and the groomsmen, coming soon…

How handsome is the groom of the day?…

Tiff and the girls…

Lovely, aren’t they all?:Dand fun bunch too!

early champagne toast time! for the girls only!

Presenting the lovely bride of that day, Tiffany…

Loving the flower bouquet…

we had a portrait session with the couple and the bridal entourage before the ceremony started…a lovely nature background at KL Hilton Hotel, near the poolside

The guys with their colourful fun socks!  

loving both photos…

D.I.Y.’s….that’s what I loved about them…couple putting in their effort in the wedding, a simple but personal touch to it!

Worth mentioning, the door gift, if not mistaken,  was a bottle of jam made by the maid of honor, Sarah Jane… 

Loving all the tables’ centerpiece, small, elegant and lovely…

The first dance…

If you notice properly, and paying attention to the photos, Tiffany did not wear her wedding veil during the ceremony. Things went slightly havoc before the ceremony with the guests’ chairs not arriving on time and so we forgotten about the veil. But everything went well after that. We had another portrait session with Tiffany wearing the veil the next day (another dinner reception) and here are some of the photos taken.

Loving their smiles and they were photogenic, making my job easier,:)

We were as always well taken care by the couple and also their friends and families. In a way, we felt that we are also guests on their wedding day and that made everything ran more smoothly and well. Thanks again, Tiffany and Joseph for putting your trust and hiring us on such an important day of your life!:D