Refined purple garden wedding with Vietnamese traditions

After Michael planned a surprise offer for Josey at Disneyland in front of Cinderella’s Castle during the evening fireworks, the couple’s wedding must have been just as magical. This wedding, inspired by Midsummer Night’s Dream, was just like that. Purple wedding in the garden with Vietnamese traditions of the bride – can it be even more beautiful?

Their wedding day began with mimosa at the wedding party while their hair and makeup were adjusted. One of the bride’s favorite moments was reading letters to her soon-to-be-groomed groom before they first looked. With a small wedding about 120 of their immediate family and friends, the bride and daughter shared this special moment as they walked down the aisle. Their florist Alba Dhalia Floral created the most bright bouquets for the bride and her daughter with a mix of white and purple flowers. After their promise, the newlyweds were ready to stick out the bottles of Mo√ęt and Hennessy and start dancing! With a rumble, they entered the reception area with a traditional Lion Dance performance. In addition to honoring the bride’s Vietnamese heritage, the bride and groom wore traditional Vietnamese wedding attire. After the first dance, they also served the most delicious traditional Vietnamese food. Their photographer, Chua Lee Photography, captured every moment of their beautiful day so that the couple could look at it for the rest of their lives. See the pictures from their wedding in the purple garden below! Cheers Josey and Michael!

From her favorite memory of the bride: “Only when I saw my vision come to life – I cried when I saw our whole memory. All our hard planning and preparation came to life. It was exactly what I had always imagined as a little girl. Being able to incorporate so much of who I was into our wedding meant so much to me. I am very proud to be Vietnamese, and being able to honor my culture and share it with our friends and family was an absolute dream! We are a mixed family and I wanted to make sure we honored both of us. “

David Berry

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