When I shot their incredible New Zealand engagement session in June, Jackie + Corey had not set a wedding date yet. But soon after we returned from their session, Corey received an amazing job opportunity in Singapore and next thing you know, Jackie + Corey had set the date for August 21, 2010 which left them just four weeks to plan their wedding! Everything came wonderfully together and I was so happy to be a part of their special day as both a photographer and a guest. Jackie + Corey did not want me to “work” on their wedding day so I comprised and agreed to just take some portraits for them. I couldn’t help myself and took a “few” more, but I managed to have a lil’ too much fun and enjoyed myself the rest of the evening as a very happy “guest”. They hired David Do to photograph the ceremony and run the super fun (and out of control :)) photo booth. Jackie + Corey had a beautiful wedding day with a small gathering of family + friends. Knowing Jackie for some time now, their wedding was how I always imagined it would be – charming, intimate and tons of fun :). I am so thrilled to have celebrated with my dear friends and wish them all the best in Singapore. I already presented them with the idea of doing a trash the dress session in Singapore :). Who knows – I might have yet another reason to travel!
Corey works in the gaming industry and found some fabulous Lego details! So cute!
Jackie’s gorgeous bouquet was crafted by the talented Helen Tao of Flowers by Helen.
Yes that’s the bath tub :).
L-O-V-E these Lego accessories on the guys’ boutonnieres!
Check out some fantastic & fun photo booth images by David Do, including some embarrassing ones of yours truly :).
The happy king + queen of the night:
The sheep were very popular that night :).
Ceremony + Reception Venue – Chateau Peppertree
Caterer – Seafood World
Cake + Cupcakes – Wish Upon a Cake
Flowers – Flowers by Helen
DJ – Mixterious Force
Table/Chair/Linen Rentals – Signature Party Rentals
Hair & Makeup – All Made Up Team
Photo Booth – David Do
Photography – Kim Le Photography and David Do