For their wedding Casey and Song kept things simple, clean, and modern, and I think that it really let’s the fun and emotion of their day shine through. I’m really excited to have their wedding on the blog because not only did One Tree Photography shoot the photos, but also the video. It was definitely the video that sold me, I think one of my favorite moments is the first look when Song exclaims “Dammit I am going to cry!” Song, and interior designer, and self described “control freak” did tons of projects for their day including all the paper goods, ceremony, and reception decor. A big thank you to her for sharing all the details of her and Casey’s day, and to Matt of One Tree Photography for his lovely images and video.
Who, What, Where ~ Ceremony and Reception: Studio 2131. Photography/Videography: One Tree Photography. Caterer: Moxie Catering. Flowers: Flowers by Emily. Cake: Icing on the Cake. Limo: Horizon Limousine.
From the bride…
Casey and I met at Kansas State University during my freshman year. We skipped the friendship stage and dove right into a relationship. I guess you can say it was love at first sight. As our relationship progressed, we became best friends and found out how eerily we complement each other. We are the classic goofy couple. After almost six years of dating, Casey popped the question. He took me to our favorite restaurant (Haru’s Steak and Sushi) and when I placed my hands on the table, he tried to sneakily slip the ring on my finger. The funny thing was that he accidentally put the ring on the wrong hand! It was pretty cute and a classic Song and Casey moment.
Anyone who knows me knows that my favorite color scheme is black and green. So it was no surprise that the colors for our wedding would be black and green with an apple theme (Casey’s favorite fruit are granny smith apples). Casey and I also love the urban, lofty aesthetic, which we incorporated through our venue at Studio 2131, and photography sites. We also wanted to include some Korean traditions to pay homage to my culture. A classic Korean wedding picture is of the Bride and Groom sitting very upright with a stoic expression. So we had the entire wedding party and ourselves do this pose.
There really was no one favorite part of our wedding day. The entire day was a blur of emotions, from flutters, excitement, and anything in between. We were blessed to be surrounded by close family and friends who were all genuinely excited for us and helped celebrate our marriage until the venue kicked us out. Casey and I woke up the next day as husband and wife with a ton of memorable stories to share. Our day could not have been any better.