On a sunny May day, Karen and Chi-Fong were married at the Endicott Estate. They got ready in adjacent rooms, with sisters, parents and friends present. Karen’s mom brought a family heirloom – a lace-edged handkerchief that every bride in the family has carried on her wedding day since 1870. Aren’t family traditions wonderful? I love that sense of connection across generations.
Karen and Chi-Fong met on the shaded porch for their first look, and then family joined them for the formal portraits. We also spent a little time exploring the grounds and creating relaxed portraits of just the two of them. Their ceremony, led by a friend, was full of laughter. And I loved witnessing the proud smiles of their fathers as they walked them down the aisle.
Guests enjoyed cocktails on the back porch before moving into the mansion for dinner, toasts and dancing. Their wedding had such a fun and relaxed vibe, it was a joy to witness and document it for them. Congrats Karen and Chi-Fong!
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