My Writings. My Thoughts.
The night before, I was nervously revising the church procedures of the church wedding that is happening the next morning. Lucky thing was we had a rehearsal a day before the actual wedding day at the church together with the whole band (everyone from the wedding organizing team). Earlier in the wee hours of the morning, I got in Perth together with Lee Ling and after some rest and unpacking, we head to the church for rehearsal.
I finally got to meet Michael and Fiona after only chats and Skype calls a couple of months ago. Just want to tell you that I’m so glad to be able to capture all the sweet and memorable moments that both of you are going through. The rehearsal went through alright and after understanding the church rules for photographers, I reminded myself of where are the places that I couldn’t be standing and where I should instead be standing. I would like to thank the Priest of the church for bearing with my endless questions and repeats! Thank you. Big thank you to my cousin and cousin-in-law Eliza and Brian for having me and helping me around Perth. I’m so grateful.
Early morning sun at 5:30am bathed my room and I woke up feeling energetic and anxiously looking forward to Michael’s (groom) place to shoot some portraits of the guys and then proceed to Fiona’s (bridegroom) place for the make up preparation. Here’s some photos to walk through the highlights of the day:
Patuxay Victory Monument in Vientiane