Handmade paper cranes and a red wedding dress for a barn wedding of two cultures
Jen and Andy created a wedding that combined two cultures. Jen’s heritage lies in Hong Kong and so she wanted to bring this culture into their wedding celebrations. This meant 2 dresses, the collection of the bride and a tea ceremony all to fit into the usual wedding celebrations! It was certainly a full and fun day full of handmade creations. Jen made hundreds of beautiful origami paper cranes for the back drop, but she didn’t stop there! She also origamied the bouquets. button holes and all the table center pieces! Wow!
All fun and games for the collection of the bride. The groom and groomsmen were put through their paces with a series of trials set by the bridesmaids!
This wedding was a while in the making. Andy proposed to Jen during a beautiful trip to see her family in Hong Kong on the water side. Wedding ideas started to flow after they returned home but life had another plan and they found out they were expecting! A few years later they were able to being that planning again and the making!
Jen wore a Rembo Styling dress and a handmade red wedding dress.
A special button hole for Andy and Jen’s little one!
Handmade gifts by the bride for the two special men in her life.