November 4, 2011

Fall wedding of Yun Mi & James!

Posted in Weddings tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 10:18 am by JBEvents

It was a beautiful Fall day for the wedding of Yun Mi and James!  What a sweet couple they are.  This was one of those wedding that included the assistance of many friends providing services for the couple that made the day even more special.

The ceremony was held at the couple’s church, Karis Community Fellowship.  The ceremony was a traditional Korean ceremony.  The string ensemble was comprised of friends of the couple.  The bride’s own brother and sister were soloists.  Friends of the bride provided the floral décor for the wedding party, the church and at the first reception.  Six hundred and fifty or so of the couple’s and families closest friends were in attendance at the ceremony.  Immediately following the ceremony, following Korean culture, the bride, groom and both sets of parents bowed/greeted each of the guests as they left the sanctuary to go over to the first reception where they had a dinner of traditional Korean food.  After mingling with the myriad of guests for a while, the couple and many friends and family members departed and headed over to the second reception which was held at 550 Trackside in Lawrenceville.  Since dinner was served at the first reception, the second reception was a dessert party.  There were mini-cupcakes, and Edy’s Ice Cream cart with yummy toppings and a Candy Bar. 

The photographers for the wedding, Craig Obrist Photography, provided a “photo booth” at the second reception which was a huge hit.  The couple provided many options of props in addition to the ones the photographer provided.  Guests certainly had fun taking various photos throughout the evening.

Another friend of the couple provided the DJ services.  And one of the highlights of the evening was having the bride’s brother sing the couples first dance song.  It was not only beautiful but very touching!

One very unique item that was used, was an original art creation made for the couple.  The picture was a tree.  Guests were then provided with two different colored ink pads and were asked to place a finger print as a “leaf” on the tree and then to sign their print.  Not only will this be a lasting memento of the wedding, but a wonderful piece of art to hang in their home.

The couple departed through a path of sparklers as they got into their car and drove away to begin their life together.



We wish Yun Mi and James a lifetime of Happiness!!!  We were so pleased to have been a part of their special day.

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