Aimee and Virak’s 4th of July bash was a sensational event. It was clear to me when I did their engagement session that their wedding was going to be out of the ordinary. Their different cultures and personalities make them such a unique couple. Like fried ice cream, Virak’s signature dessert, as Aimee’s MOH so aptly put it in her toast! Aimee’s mom Debby put together an amazing ensemble of vendors who created so much joy and beauty for us to capture. Oh, what a night!
-AR and DSS
All the lovely ladies had a blast getting dolled up at the house with Amie Decker and crew!
Flowers by Soo Son at Silver Stems.
Virak is a bit of a DJ himself and had some of his gear pumping some awesome tunes while the guys got ready. Kinda like the juxtaposition of the flowers and the headphones.
Virak’s dad was such a riot! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE his fedora!
Too cool for school. Looking good guys!
Aimee and Virak had their “first sight” on the rooftop deck at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club. We did all of the group shots and a sneak preview of the tables before the guests arrived. We were so grateful for this time since there were so many gorgeous details to record.
Oops! Aimee’s brother’s rental tux shoe came completely apart! So, being his own cobbler, he glued them up!
Poor little flower girl was terrified to walk down the aisle. She was on the verge of crying.
Ok, private joke…think VOGUE supermodels gone bridal!
We were all so captivated by Cambodian dancers who came to honor the bride and groom with special ceremonial dances. They were so incredibly beautiful and graceful. What a treat!
DJ Jason Canaan of Quality Entertainment kept the dance floor rockin’ all night long!
My first Cambodian wedding had a horah, too. Cool!
Cake by Fiona’s Cakes.