Jeff & Tracy’s “Chinidadian” (Chinese + Trinidadian) wedding was filled with diverse culinary experiences, jokes and lots of dancing. Jeff finds himself marrying into a family of dancers. I thought it was only Tracy, but obviously her father influenced her and her two sisters to appreciate latin-inspired footwork
On top of the willingness to dance by most people at this wedding, we also got another dose of our beloved lion dancers at this event.
Did you guys spot the cake topper with the Chinese characters?
At the end of the reception program, Miller Lash House welcomed the last two vendors of the day: the ice cream truck and the poutine truck. Guests streamed out of the tent to partake in their favourite street food delicacies. Well, not just guests, we did too after our coverage finished!
After another successfully captured story, I’m inspired by the words of Tracy’s sister, Celia: Balloons and confetti!! This might just be a new way for us to express congratulations! We’ll see if it grows on us!
Until the next post!
Jensen Captures Photography
Lourdes Vega, WPICC
Miller Lash House
Adrianna Crawford Makeup
Leaf & Bloom
Sammy Cheng Lion Dance
Mandi Sweet Treats
Santa of Summer
Ryan Walters, the founder and operator of Aperture Lane. Look forward to sharing great stories with you!