After shooting the family portraits in the vineyards of Veritas we made our way to the top of a hill where in a clearing the couple were married. The ceremony was a fusion of Jewish and Chinese traditions. With the grooms mother serving as officiant it was a very intimate and personal ceremony.
As the sun set behind the mountains the newlyweds and their guests made their way to the Chateau where an amazing reception was awaiting them. The tent was awash in pink as Chinese lanterns hung from the ceiling, tiny white lights lit up the corners, and pink flower arrangements adorned the tables.
Not a single detail was spared as Olivia really worked closely with her planner to make her wedding special and unique. How adorable are these Bride and Groom signs? (Maybe half as adorable at the way Andrew is looking at his new wife!)
As I said before Olivia really worked to make her wedding an intimate affair. Her reception was one of the most original we have experienced here at Richard Ellis Photography. The couples 250 guests were treated to a photo booth, an amazing candy bar, and later in the night an authentic Chinese lion dance with acrobats.
Throughout the night the bride had multiple outfit changes. For the lion dance she wore her mothers traditional Chinese wedding gown, which she was able to fit without any alterations! Later Olivia changed into a pink party dress that matched the decor perfectly.
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