John and Dyan came to me with a vision for their wedding day, they wanted the works, framed prints from their e-session, a guestbook, a video montage of their lives until he proposed, flushmount albums, a photobooth, and a full 16 hour wedding day. It took me a team of four starting at seven in the morning to make this all happen but all the work definitely paid off in the end.
John and Dyan had 2 tea ceremonies for family in the morning followed by their ceremony at Mission San Gabriel, and capped it off with a Chinese Dinner Reception at Mission 261. Despite it being one of the longest wedding days we’ve shot, we had a great time working with everyone. John and Dyan’s choice of food for lunch and dinner were spot on and their reception was one of the liveliest receptions I’ve attended. Every wedding should have as many creative games and events as they did. Keeping your guests entertained is probably the #1 MUST at a wedding, don’t forget to keep the itinerary constantly going! On top of that, the photobooth was a hit and the prints were everywhere.
Thank you for choosing us for your special day J&D. I hope we were able to capture this night forever for you two. Please enjoy!
Here is a gallery link if your interested in seeing more.
Ceremony: San Gabriel Mission
Reception Venue: Mission 261
Videographer: Mike Goulding
Cake: Vans Bakery
Lighting: Terry Ling
Deejay and Emcee: Adrian Ong and DJ Mizo from Lets Make A Memorry
Photo Studio Booth Photos: Justin Element Photo Booth
Photography Team and Assistants: Gaby Manalo, Nick Barcelona. Vidiu Chiu