When you mistake an engagement session for a wedding, and literally have to do a double take to make sure you are indeed wrong – you know you are dealing with a shoot that is on an entirely new level. Let’s just say that’s exactly what’s happened when I took a peek at all the images from U Me Us Studios. I couldn’t even believe something this pretty, this well thought out could possibly be just an e-session. Oh but it is, and it all makes me super excited to see just what they have up their sleeve for their wedding! See it all here!
From U Me Us Studios… Richard grew up in Honolulu and eventually went on to UH. Joanne on the other hand, grew up in South Korea, which was an ocean away from Richard. But fate brought them together a few years ago when they met in San Francisco while they were both working in the Bay Area. However, after being away from family for so long, Joanne really missed home and decided to move back to South Korea to be closer to her family. Richard knew that he had to follow her to Asia; otherwise, he would never see her again. So he requested a transfer with Google, the company that he works at, and now is at their Tokyo, Japan office. OK, they are still not exactly in the same country, but at least now they are only separated by the Sea of Japan and not the entire Pacific Ocean! :)
Joanne and Richard were back in the Bay Area for a week, so they did a “night out in town” engagement session with U Me Us Studios in downtown San Francisco.
Photography: Evonne + Darren Wong of U Me Us Studios / Venue: Omni San Francisco Hotel in San Franciso, California / Event Planning + Styling: Amy Tam of Amy’s Wedding & Events / Floral Design: Diane Katsuyoshi-Phillips of DK Designs / Desserts: Venus Wei of La Vie Douce Design / Hair Accessories: Tessa Kim / Hair + Makeup: Joey Cheung of JBeautique