Yesterday on our anniversary, you saw what Noah and I looked like 19 years ago. To mark our 19th year, we posed for studio portraits, but of the coolest kind: tintypes. By Adrian and Loren at Lumiere Tintype. I love how luminous these are and how honest too.
Here we are waiting in line for Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disneyland. We had just started dating and what better way to fill our time than flirting and making out? We certainly annoyed all the other people waiting in line and being in the first thrush of love, we didn’t even notice. Funny to see these images so many years later. Is it possible that I’m wearing cut off jeans? Oh dear!
Offbeat Bride is featuring a white and gold wedding that we photographed in Houston. Suni, the bride, told me that she wanted everything to be white and gold, including having her bridesmaids wearing white and getting henna done that would then look super vibrant against the white dresses. Chris, the groom, is Chinese, so there were gold origami cranes hanging next to the white chandeliers of the ceiling of the all white conservatory. Chris also hit a homerun with his wedding gift to Suni: a vintage Coco Chanel brooch to wear on her column dress from Bhldn. The mehndi was at the quirky and fun Hotel ZaZa, with the girls staying overnight and then getting ready there too. The reception turned into a huge dancefest, with treats by Momofuku Milk Bar, plus fortune cookies and tequila shots.
Event Coordinator and Caterer: Events by Momo
Wedding Gown: Bhldn
Makeup: Pink Palette Artists
Henna: Hina Kahn Mehndi
Desserts: Momofuku Milk Bar