These two met 4 years ago and many corny jokes and food experiments later, they decided to tie the knot at the Maynard Buelher House, a beautiful venue designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. All their hard work (and Excel sheets) came together to make a stunning wedding, with West Elm-worthy details made by the bride and groom themselves, from the large mirrored sculpture that reflected the light as it shone through the trees to the ivy-wrapped welcome structure that lit up the night. They honored their cultural traditions with both mothers wearing beautifully made Hanbok - the traditional Korean dress, and details like tteok served at cocktail hour. But most important of all, their day was full of so much love and laughter from their family and friends, who were all so proud and excited to celebrate with them as newlywed husband and wife. Plus you can't go wrong with late night pizza at the end of the night, right?
PHOTOGRAPHY: Lynn Lewis Photography and Design | VENUE: Maynard Buehler House | LOCATION: Orinda, San Francisco Bay Area, CA | DAY OF COORDINATOR: Alice Lai | VIDEOGRAPHER: Mark Ammay | DRESS: BHLDN | HAIR/MAKEUP: Beauty by Leslie Song | BRIDE'S RING: J. Hannah | SUIT: The Black Tux | GROOM'S RING: Ceremony | FLORALS: Janette's Events | CATERING: Native Catering | DESSERTS: SusieCakes, Tate's Bake Shop, Angel Cakes | RENTALS: Unica Party Rentals