Here it is! Part two of Paul and Molly’s Japanese Friendship Garden wedding! We left off last time with some of their to-die-for portraits — some of my very favorite to date! In this post we will be sharing more from their ceremony and reception festivities! Remember we explained the Korean wedding ceremony?!
Wait until you see it!
During the reception, Paul and Molly took part in a traditional Korean wedding ceremony called Pyebaek. During this ceremony, the parents seated across from the newlyweds. The newlyweds bow and offer the cup to the father and the groom offers the cup to the mother. The parents then share some wisdom on marriage from their experience. At the end, the parents threw the Korean dates at the couple, who has to try catching them with Molly’s wedding skirt. The number of dates that Paul and Molly caught symbolize the number of children they will have! It was so fun to watch! EEEK! So much fun!!! So excited to share these with you all!
Venue // Japanese Friendship Garden Balboa Park
Florist // Flora Glamor
Coordinator // Charm Tuazon
Caterer // Personal Touch Dining
Cake // Cute Cakes
Ceremony Musicians // Del Lago Trio
DJ // Extreme DJ
Hair // Jessica (friend)
Makeup // Jessica (friend)
Gown // Arlet Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses // Nordstrom, J. Crew, Macy’s
Groom’s Attire // Nordstrom
Groomsmen Attire // Nordstrom
Stationary // Vistaprint
Photography // Catherine Leanne Photography
Videography // Lloyd Films