Pan Pacific – Tea House wedding celebration
I am not a real estate agent but when it comes to these two places in Vancouver every serious one would scream at you LOCATION :). Both located downtown, with minimum traffic to travel from one to another, simply a paradise for a wedding day. And that is how Mark+Sherry planned it and it was my joy to photograph them. This was such a busy day, instead of single images I decided to post collages from certain parts of the day so you can get a taste how I saw it in. These mini stories are fun to follow and give you idea what can be achieved on a wedding day when planned well.
Getting ready pictures.
Guys are usually very easy during this part of the day. Who would not be, it is fun and usually boost is available at some part of the day 🙂
Reading a letter from your loved one is – treasures and even I feel I should be very far to let the person live it without being watched through the viewfinder. But who would document it then?
First look and bridal party portraits. Now talk about pressure when a man turns around and … Priceless.
Now if you think that was it for the portraits of the day, you are so wrong. These guys planned the whole day about love, romance and captured memories for their family… Mark, you are the man… A horse carriage scenic ride to the ceremony could be possibly one of those most romantic ones a groom can come up with 🙂 just kidding, you should hear where these guys went for honeymoon… secret!
Wow, the horses did a fairly nice and long loop from Rose gardens through city traffic back to the Stanley park and finished at the Prospect point next to Tea House where the ceremony took place. I had run half of that distance in front of them to get these shots. Luckily they liked me a lot so the rest of the ride I could join them to get the shots like these above 🙂 as I said nice guys, haha… love my profession.
The ceremony was held at Prospect point at Stanley park. It was a joy to watch it, how the guests and couple enjoyed in this summer heat wave.
Reception – Tea House Restaurant – Stanley Park. Fun, more fun, great food, amazing people… simply a great night for everyone.
Can you feel it? And imagine the fireworks started at Symphony of fire when the couple was dancing their first dance… How about that?
This was a joy wedding to be part of. Thank you Sherry and Mark for having me celebrate it with you.