Pine Room Tacoma Wright Park Wedding
It was a sunny summer day for this beautiful Pine Room Tacoma Wright Park Wedding in the Pacific Northwest.
First of all, I am a big fan of this bride and groom because of their warm spirit. Heather and Jian are an incredible couple, and most noteworthy, they had one incredible wedding day!
Heather’s dress was designed by Wai-Ching. The cheerful, mermaid inspired gown was handmade of 100% silk by Chrissy Wai-Ching Leung.
Heather’s hair and makeup were done by Willow Salon & Spa. Here she is enjoying a little bubbly with her sisters.
Since Heather and Jian were such a fun couple, hence I did my best to encourage playfulness. Whipping her hair back and forth was such a natural thing for her, seems like she may have done this before.
In addition to a beautifully colored wedding dress, these ties perfectly “tie” into the color scheme. Too much? Most of all, we had fun!
I thought Jian looked pretty slick along with all his best friends suited up behind him.
Heather and Jian had their first look at the house that they were getting ready at. Due to the sun shining in all of its glory, we took shelter under this tree in the front yard with a view of the Puget Sound.
Next, we took the wedding party to Tacoma Chinese Reconciliation Park for group photos!
Everyone hid behind the pillars and then ran out for a big group hug!
This photo makes me smile every time I see it, since it captures Heather’s fun spirit. She sells it well!
Sneaking underneath shady trees is scenery that’s always worth exploring.
The ceremony was at W. W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory in Wright Park. Flowers were done by the Heather & Jian’s family and friends.
First time I’ve seen a groom do a Michael Jackson kick after getting married. He’s got skills!
The Pine Room was the perfect setting for their intimate reception.
Paying respect to his parents and homage to his Chinese heritage, Jian and Heather had a touching tea ceremony.
Besides custom building a corn-hole set, a photo booth, a giant Jenga tower, and these Lighted “Love” letters, Jian made pocket knives for his groomsmen and keepsake boxes for his mom, sister, and sister-in-law. Talented guy!
Finally, they danced the night away!