Arianna and Inchul’s wedding at the Aristide Flower Mound was my 2nd to last wedding of the season, and what a great one to end with. They really leaned into the fall season by using orange accents and colorful foliage throughout. The whole wedding was full of life and joy, from the wedding party to the amazing reception.
Arianna and Inchul had a Paebaek, a traditional Korean ceremony. It was truly one of the most wonderful traditions. Each member of the family was highlighted and given a moment to share advice and wisdom. The ceremony was full of color and energy– definitely a highlight of my 2019 weddings!
Since the wedding was in late October, the sun set around 5:30 (curse you daylight savings! or is it daylight savings that we like? I’ve never known…) So by the end of the ceremony it was nearly dark. We ran outside to get just a handful of photos before all our light was gone. Then we moved back indoors to do this rest of their portraits. This is when flash is so SO crucial! Without it would have been simply impossible. I loved the romantic vibe of the indoor portraits.
To Arianna and Inchul
Thank you for having me at your wedding, it was an honor to be there and participate all your beautiful traditions. You both are an absolute joy to be around! I hope married life is treating y’all well! Stay in touch!
Aristide Flower Mound Venue Team
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