During a business meeting, Mr. Larry (a friend and coworker) asked me to help with the photography for his daughter’s wedding. I was thrilled beyond words and nervous, too. A few weeks later I met with his daughter, LaToya, at a local Starbucks. LaToya is beautiful with a mixed heritage of African American and Asian. She’s also super articulate and composed. She envisioned her wedding to be classical yet low-key, very relaxed. Her fiancee is Jamaican, so there will be plenty of dancing. She told me she loved the concept of an aged love letter, and that was the inspiration she drew upon for her wedding.
Two weeks before the wedding Mr. Larry, Joy (another coworker) and I visited the venue. LaToya had booked the entire building (the ceremony and reception will all take place indoors). We toured every room and got a good idea of what to expect. Mr. Larry would officiate his daughter’s wedding, Joy would do the videography (along with another coworker), and I would be the secondary photographer. This wedding proved to be a very well documented event.
I’ve included the ceremony pictures in this post. If you’d like to view the rest of the album (see how beautiful the bride was and dancing at the reception), click here.
For the rest of the album click here.
All images ©2012 Sriprae P. McDonald