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Hyunbi & Chris

A Walker Homestead Spring Wedding





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With the forecast calling for thunderstorms all day, we really needed to be prepared for anything. Thankfully, the rain cleared out overnight and we ended up with three seasons of weather in one day (everything except winter!). Bee and Chris are incredibly delightful people and nothing about the weather phased them at all. Their joy could not be dampened by forecasts, whether true or not.

They met in 2021. Following a year of pandemic lockdown, Bee wanted to get out and socialize again, but did not want a relationship. “I wasn’t looking to actively date,” she said. “I was looking to dip my toes back into the social world and meet some people. When Chris and I matched just after two days of me being on Tinder, my friends were all telling me to just go and meet him. After our initial date went well, I looked forward to talking to him and getting to see him again.

“After a few months had gone by, I realized that I was craving his company and I really enjoyed my time with him. Chris was also so patient with me and I was able to be completely honest and open about my feelings and thoughts. I felt respected and heard. Chris was ready for a relationship when I wasn’t sure. But his patience, care, and kindness worked its magic into my heart!

“Then I got to meet his family and relatives, and they were so wonderful. I started to imagine what life would be like in the future, with Chris. We had open conversations about so many different topics, about our thoughts and beliefs and values on family, relationships, religion, culture, social settings, etc. I began to feel more like I could actually picture having a future with this person!

“After a little over a year, we started to talk about marriage and our future. I could almost draw out our future and I began to imagine our own future family. We shared so many similar core values and views on life. Now something feels empty when Chris is not here. Going more than a day without being with him makes me feel like something is missing. I can’t imagine my future without Chris. I am so excited to have our own family and build our future together!”

They had a white dress ceremony first on the lawn, followed by a traditional Korean Paebaek ceremony. I’ve been lucky enough to be part of two in the course of my photography career and they are so so wonderful, both meaningful and fun at the same time.

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Photography: Emily Crall Photography

Venue & Food: Walker Homestead

Makeup: Aurora Blush

Hair: Mint Salon

Bridal Gown: Christina Wu from Tamzen’s Bridal

Gown Alterations: Leia’s Dreamworks

Maids’ Gowns: Kennedy Blue

Suits: Men’s Wearhouse

Paebaek Rentals: Oh Happy Day Event

Hanbok: custom-made from Korea

Rings: Betz Jewelers

Invitations & Paper Goods: Zazzle

Videographer: Proper Films

DJ: Avery Karkosh

Cake & Cupcakes: JamieCakes58

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