Real wedding: Miho + Heedae

Wedding photographer Miho Aikawa and her husband Heedae had a beautifully simple Brooklyn wedding that was modern yet soft at the same time.  Its just gorgeous, dont you think?

My husband I got married on May 17th, 2010 and it was a beautiful warm spring day in Brooklyn, NY.  We wanted to have a homey and relaxed wedding and the entire wedding was planned by ourselves and close friends.  I was lucky to have many great photographer friends helping out on our wedding day.  We enjoyed the shooting we had in DUMBO before the ceremony.  My husband I both grew up in Japan, so we wanted to put some essence of Japanese culture in our wedding: We decorated the wedding with Japanese Origami to give the taste of Japan, and our rings were handmade by a Japanese Jewelry Company.  We toasted with Japanese Sake as well.

Vendors:
Photographer : My great friends – Sungwook Kim, C Bay Milin, Jayun Jang (Photos Edited by Miho Aikawa, myself)
Hair Make Up Artists : Yui Salon
Bouquet & Boutonniere‏ : Nicolette Camille
Hotel : NU Hotel
Restaurant : ici Restaurant
Dress : Saja
Ring : NIWAKA

[images by Sungwook Kim, C Bay Milin, Jayun Jang]

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7 Comments to “Real wedding: Miho + Heedae”

  1. sonya at zenobia studios Says:

    Incredible. Really. The colors are some of my very favorite when used together. It looks like such a cozy, warm, happy day. <3

  2. lisa Says:

    I love the large letters! where did you get them? gorgeous wedding!

  3. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) Says:

    How lucky can a couple get, being photographers themselves then having photographer friends record the wedding, too! And that ivory-on-ivory palette for the reception with those graceful tulip arrangements…just so elegant and tasteful!

  4. Sally Says:

    What a beautiful wedding!I really love their wedding bands!

  5. .modern vintage bride Says:

    that venue – wow! and her hair – swoon!

  6. Samuel Burns Says:

    Gorgeous, great colors and styling

  7. Elegant Inspiration Guest Post (And Giveaway) Says:

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