Christine & Tuan – Houston, Texas

After so much travel this past year, we were pretty happy to end the season “close to home” with Christine & Tuan.  Especially since it turned out to be one of the most rich, festive weddings of 2010 for us. We spent 13 hours documenting Christine & Tuan’s day, which included an emotional tea ceremony, the most amazing red sticky rice, a case of missing car keys (mine, which were mistakenly scooped up!), a lovely ceremony at stunning St. Michael’s, three wardrobe changes, handmade sushi, THE best choreographed first dance, and more toasting than we ever thought was possible.  The missing keys were the only part we could have skipped but thankfully we had most everything we needed, including Amir’s car to jump into. We can’t thank Christine & Tuan and their families enough for taking such good care of us.  I couldn’t resist including a couple images from our engagement session last fall in addition to some favorites from the big day… enjoy!

Poor little guy’s pants fell down while posing for a family picture…
Below image by Amir
Below image by Amir
Below image by Amir
Friends hosted a little table-side toasting game for Tuan…
Below two images by Amir
Below image by Amir


Jenna Shouldice - March 10, 2011 - 6:08 pm

Love this post!!!

kirsten - March 10, 2011 - 5:57 pm

LOVE this wedding Morgan. The use of light, moments, energy . . . all of it. Really beautiful.

Erin Reed - February 28, 2011 - 10:55 pm

that fountain portrait is absolutely perfect! and great catch on the kid’s pants falling down. what a moment.

Dave Getzschman - February 16, 2011 - 12:59 pm

These are gorgeous, Morgan. I think I could take PhotoShop and lighting workshops from you…

Steve Stanton - February 16, 2011 - 9:53 am

You have become a master of lighting Morgan, and have used it to capture some really beautiful moments. I love the boy whose pants fell down!!

Beatrice - February 16, 2011 - 9:31 am

Absolutely stunning captures! xo

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