Voltaire said, "Love is a canvas furnished by nature and embroidered by imagination."
On August 12, 2012, I was fortunate enough to capture the canvas embroidered by I-Chieh & Chi-Hung. How do an accomplished pianist and brilliant chemist begin their married life together? Simply, elegantly and poetically in the natural setting of the Japanese Garden, part of the scenic Cleveland Botanical Gardens.
I-Chieh & Chi-Hung exchanged their vows with the Japanese garden as their tranquil backdrop, followed by a cocktail celebration in the same setting. Dear friends performed vocal and violin tributes, while the intimate gathering enjoyed the perfect weather and natural setting.
The guests were escorted to a picturesque reception at the Katherine Philipp Geis Terrrace, where the tables were flanked by the beautiful, 74 foot-long William E. Conway Family Reflecting pool. With water lilies floating atop the pool and delightful seasonal plantings in surround, it was not difficult to photograph the happy couple relishing their moment, enveloped by family and close friends.
Congratulations, once again, I-Chieh & Chi-Hung!
Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your memorable day!
You can see all the photos from this beautiful day in the Wang Wedding Photo Gallery or by clicking here.