These two beautiful humans got hitched at the beginning of April one early spring evening. I first met the couple back in 2017 when both of them moved to Washington State. One from Louisiana and the other from Indonesia.
The intimate ceremony was held in the English Gardens at Robinswood House in Bellevue in front of family and friends both in Washington and in Indonesia.
The weather blessed them with sunny skies without a rain cloud insight. The groom the night before had prayed for the outdoor wedding to not have rain that day, and clear skies. He was blessed with a gorgeous early spring evening to say his vows.
Dinner was a sit down affair with cuisine from both Louisiana and Indonesia. There was mac n cheese with pork in brown gravy, Indonesia rice and steamed veggies. Yummy!
The wedding cake was a gorgeous simple cake with pastels of white, cream and sky blue that tied in with the wedding colors. The flavor was unexpected, with it being a lemon poppy seed cake. It was like eating lemon poppy seed pound cake with butter cream frosting tasting close to lemon cello. It was divine!
The rest of the night was where the real party was at. I danced the night away all the way up until the send off. I will tell you, I haven’t danced in heels in a long time, and boy did I feel it the next morning. It was worth it to let loose and celebrate these two.