A Williamsburg Wedding

A few months back we had the pleasure of coordinating the wedding of Da-In Kim and Patrick Fang in Williamsburg. This great couple came to us when their planner had to move to California suddenly and we happily took over the planning role. Da-In was finishing her masters out of state and Patrick is an attorney in New York City, like many of our clients we were honored to help them plan their destination wedding.

Da-in wore a beautiful Priscilla of Boston gown as we walked around the campus of William & Mary (where they first met as Freshman). There is a wives tale at their alma mater that if a couple kisses at the crest of the Crim Dell bridge they will be together forever...so what better of a location for Da-In and Patrick to see each other for the first time on their wedding day...at a location that they shared a kiss early on in their relationship.

Da-In and Patrick were married by their college minister in a church that they attended regularly...and their wedding included many different traditions. They both come from different ethnicities with strong family legacies and they were excited to include them in their wedding festivities.

There were both a Chinese Tea Ceremony and Korean Tea Ceremony held during their cocktail reception and all of our guests were invited to join in. It was a great learning experience and my staff and I loved their amazing costumes...each custom designed for the happy couple.

Finally, I wanted to share a few images of the day that we loved.

This was the moment right before she walked down the aisle with her dad...

and walked back down with her husband. (love this fun image)
Da-In made some great details for their wedding...including table number luminaries and their place cards. She also made their programs and menu cards (i'm not usually a fan of DIY but she did an amazing job!)

oh yes...and their favors flown in from NYC.

I also wanted to mention a few of her amazing vendors...Eleise Theuer (love these pictures? thank eleise!). Bloom (Patrice always does an amazing job!), Roger Cruz with Astro Disc Jockey's kept all 200+ guests dancing all night.

What was our favorite part of the day? This wedding was a lot of fun...so it's hard to narrow down one, but I'd say watching Patrick see his love for the first time on the Crim Dell Bridge was so romantic and amazing! He was more than excited to see her...such elation! Amazing!

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