She has a smile that could brighten up a room. I have known her for someone who can easily give you that smile the minute you see her. But today, it was different. I walked in to her suite at the Mandalay Bay and I can tell she was nervous. Who wouldn’t be? Family and friends flew in from different parts of the world to see them tie the knot. No pressure! She was worried. Worried that things might go wrong and their guests won’t have a good time. But I know deep inside, in spite of her worries, she is overjoyed that this day has come. For her, this day signifies the beginning of her life together with her soul mate.
He, on the other hand, had looked calm as ever. Cool and composed. He was in pure cloud nine. A bit anxious but excited to marry the girl of his dreams … to spend the rest of his life with his soul mate. Right there, I knew things are going to be alright.
Grace and Ken, thank you for letting me document this special occasion. The events that occurred that day couldn’t be more perfect. I hope someday these photos will remind you of the stories that happened and will bring out a smile or two … or laugh if you will. I wish you both happiness and contentment of being together for the rest of your lives.
Shout out to Mari for the fabulous hair and make up.
I took this photo of the groom while he recounted how he reassured his bride that everything is going to be alright. Does he have psychic abilities or what? Because everything turned out good. Scratch that… it turned out great! I think he is just awesome like that. He is definitely a keeper.
Kudos to the bride’s aunt for the fantastic bouquets and flower arrangements. I have been to several weddings before and this by far had the most beautiful colors and arrangement.
Fresh off the altar. The new Mr. and Mrs.
After the reception, the bride and groom requested to have a few photos at the Welcome to Las Vegas sign.
See more photos from Grace and Ken’s special day by clicking here.