I’m a guy, and even I find those shoes sinfully awesome :).
And of course, as it is with 99% of weddings – the men get ready just shortly before heading out the door :).
And of course, no party’s complete without some photobooth fun :).
This is what I get for buying props Made in country-that-shall-not-be named.
Lisa and Kai, thank you so much for sharing your day with us. We wish you two many, many years of love, happiness and more eye-candy (architectural, each other, or both!) than you could ever imagine. We hope you enjoy these images as much as we enjoyed capturing them, and this day wouldn’t have been possible without the help of this AWESOME team that Lisa and Kai assembled for their special day (we HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend each and EVERY SINGLE ONE of them!):
|Ceremony :||: The Foundry in Long Island City|
|Reception :||: The Foundry in Long Island City|
|Gown :||: Veka|
|Jewelry :||: DIY|
|Hair :||: Lucy Fu|
|Make Up :||: Sally Duvall|
|Grooms Attire :||: Hugo Boss|
|Band :||: The Elements|
|Catering :||: Richard Lew|
|Staffing :||: The Butler Did It|
|Rental :||: Broadway Party Rental|
|Taxi/Limo :||: Film Cars|
|Cake :||: Christina Hart|
|Floral :||: Sprout Home|
|Favors :||: DIY Tattoos and Goldfish|
|Stationery :||: DIY|
|Secondary Photography :||: Amandamations|
Lisa and Kai’s awesome fun-filled celebration marked the last wedding Karis shot before her maternity “leave”, which she’s been spending on the mountain of post-processing we’ve piled up this summer. I really do have the most awesome partner in the whole world. As of this writing, Baby #2 still hasn’t made his arrival! Due date is tomorrow. I suppose we can wait one more day :).
Happy Monday ya’ll and stay tuned for more summer wedding fun!
Ben & Karis