Eric was traveling through Asia when he was introduced to Mint through a mutual friend. Even from the very beginning, the vast cultural differences never got in the way. Eric knew right away that he would marry her someday, but had some convincing to do! He proposed at the beautiful island, Koh Samet, where they first met.
Eric’s sister-in-law, Elyse, who was pretty much the coordinator and planner of this DIY wedding, contacted me while Eric and Mint were still living in Thailand.
It was a misty, overcast, early morning wedding. Still, a beautiful day.
Eric and Mint decided to do “The First Look” to help with the flow of their wedding day.
This was Mint’s families first time to be in America.
I could tell how much Eric adored his bride. He would help her out without question.
I loved these moments while everyone was waiting for the guests to arrive for the ceremony. Stress was relieved after the first look and the family and wedding party pictures were out of the way!
Eric and Mint were surprised by a horse drawn carriage awaiting them after the ceremony. They were whisked away for a few moments, to relax and enjoy their new life together before they arrived at the reception.
Even though it looked like a there was a constant chance of rain, it never happened. The gloomy weather didn’t spoil this beautiful wedding.
Father of the groom and father of the bride.
Cake | Cooper Street Bakery
Flowers | Kathryn Haubold
Reception Venue | Ball-Eddleman-MacFarland House
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