Grace are Michael are two amazing people I met a few years ago. I actually met Michael first (either I or my friend Karen almost poked one of his eyes out … by accident!) They are definitely easy to photograph since they always seem to be smiling on the inside.
Grace and Michael opted to not see each other before the ceremony, so I had a lot of Grace-stalking time.
Michael got some royal treatment from his nephew.
The laughing girls.
Impromptu shots of the groomsmen. (Love the mirror behind them!!)
Michael and the brother!
Flower kids always melt me. The little girl seemed to be there for emotional support, but the boy would throw the rose petals with such force. That was in between the spacing out, which happened for most of the walk down the aisle.
Grace explained her laughter to me later with “My father is just so bad at anything girly” (like lifting her veil, apparently).
The lighting at the Glen Island Harbour Club in the ceremony room was gorgeous and Michael and Grace were lit up naturally from the multiple windows facing them.
The mid-ceremony wink.
The ceremony proved to be a little tiring for some : )
For the formals that followed the wedding, we were missing some key participants, so there was a little bit of waiting time… which made time for some cute shots such as this one.
I only had a few minutes with Michael and Grace outside, but I think we got some fun shots.
Speeches and guests.
First dance. Grace changed into a more traditional Chinese dress for this part of the wedding.
A few of the party dancing shots. Grace’s grandmother (top left) was one of the cutest grandmothers I’ve seen in a long while.
Some photojournalist moments from towards the end of the wedding. So so psyched that I got to participate in this special day in your lives. xo