Tricia and Ruobing had the most amazing wedding. It was full of personal details and events, and especially dancing! They had Chinese lion dancers who performed for the guests before and after the ceremony, a presentation of traditional Filipino dances by the bride’s aunties, and even a Tinikling, or Filipino bamboo stick dance, for their first dance. Many of their guests tried their hands, er, feet at dodging the poles also after the couple, and they did really well!
Every detail was lovingly attended to- Tricia provided the floral design herself, and Ruobing and his guys helped set up the huge flower wall the couple had handcrafted for the event. Ruobing also laser cut tea boxes and labels for every guest- they really put in just a ton of work!
Mostly though, it was so apparent that this couple adores each other, and loves laughing together. They LOVE their dogchild, Siouxie, who was SO HAPPY to see them at the end of the aisle! Tricia and Ruobing’s friends and family are so caring and delightful- their moms had both picked out the same dress for the event and instead of it being a point of contention, they got really excited about it. Sweetness, happiness, fun and beauty- what better way to start your life together?!?
Congratulations again you guys, we wish you nothing but the best! -A&D
Venue- Villa Parker
Wedding Planning and Event Design- Marilee & Grace
Dress- Adrianna Papell
Hair and Make Up- Salon Joa
Floral Design- Bride
Catering- Chow San, Pacific Ocean
DJ- Total Encore
Lion Dancers- Colorado Asian Cultural Heritage Center
Photo Booth- Picture Perfect
Videography- Andy Nease