A July wedding is always beautiful, and the day that Le Hien and Sydney became man and wife was definitely no exception. Although we were greeted by the familiar setting of Vancouver’s rain and grey skies at the start of their wedding ceremony, by the time Le Hien and Sydney got married at the altar, the weather started clearing, the guests beamed, and two people ridiculously in love with each other committed the rest of their lives to one another.
Le Hien and Sydney chose a very traditional venue, Minoru Chapel to have their wedding, one which we haven’t visited for a couple of years but were more than happy to be back to for another wedding! The antique architecture and natural light that fell into the church made for some really beautiful photographs: a perfect setting to serve as the backdrop for the bride and groom’s new beginning. Their portrait session at Minoru Park was followed by a festive outdoor BBQ reception, full of games and merriment for everyone. The relaxed and fun atmosphere was a perfect opportunity for friends and family from both sides of the aisle to really get to know each other, and trade hilarious stories of both the bride and groom! Everywhere we looked there was laughter, which made taking photographs very simple.
We were very impressed to learn that much of the wedding had been organized and created by Le Hien, Sydney, and their friends and family. In fact, the cake, all of the decoration, and even the wedding rings have been lovingly created by their loved ones. Such originality and uniqueness really makes their day personal and special. After all, there is nothing like looking around and realising that the entire day has been made of love.
Le Hien and Sydney, congratulations again on reaching this amazing milestone in your journey together. Wishing you all the best in the years to come!! Oh and thanks again for the Lego tribute!