Mona+Daniel | Mrs. K’s Wedding in Rockville, MD
When Daniel inquired, the first time, about his and Mona’s wedding date I was alreday booked and I sent him an email back saying just that and offering help with finding another wedding photographer. He kindly tanked me and I wished him luck with everything. After a few weeks I received another email from him saying that they really want me to be their wedding photographer and that they will work on finding a venue for the dates I am available. It took us a while until we got everything narrowed down, but in the end they found a venue on a date that I was available and I am so glad that was possible.
You see, Mona and Daniel are two of the sweetest souls I ever met. Softly spoken, patient, always smiling and making sure that people around them are taken care of, they are the kind of people that give a lot and do not expect anything in return. Respect to Mona and Daniel is very important and it was seen and felt everywhere during their big day. When a groom, on his wedding day, is so adamant about making sure that my assistant and I are well fed and that we try the Korean cake, which by the way tasted absolutely amazing and was soft like a cloud, for me that says it all. I am so happy to see two people like them, so deeply in love and equally kind to one another, their families and friends and know that their future together will be a fabulous one.
Mona, you looked absolutely gorgeous on your wedding day and Daniel you looked so handsome. I wanted to thank you both for allowing me to be there and document such important events during your wedding. loved being part of your big day and I am so happy that we got the chance to work together. I wish you nothing but the best on this new journey together and hope that our paths will cross again in the near future.
Mona and Daniel are both of Korean descent and besides the religious ceremony in the church they also had the Tea Ceremony. This was my third time covering a Tea Ceremony and I absolutely loved the outfits and the traditions.
After the Koraen Tea Ceremony, they changed, again, and we all went to Mrs. K’s for their reception and some more portraits!