July 09, 2009

Featured in The Bride & Bloom

Congratulations to Linda and Kevin for their wedding feature on Bride and Bloom Magazine!"An Old Hollywood Romance"
It was one of the grandest weddings I've ever photographed, and certainly one with the most intricate details. Linda Ly of Grand Soirees Event Design & Coordination (yes she's both the bride and event designer) put her creative talents and passion to good use as she hand crafted most of the wedding decor, props, and giveaways. Being a fabulous wedding planner herself and having seen some amazing weddings, Linda had a grand design. "Once the ring was on her finger, Linda begain planning her wedding immediately."
She managed to combined elements from Chinese and Vietnamese cultures, and old Hollywood glamour. You can see the original blog post here and their slideshow here.
That's right, you see FIVE dresses that she wore on her wedding day. "How many opportunities do you have to do as many crazy and zany things as you want?" - Linda
For the complete article, pick up this month's issue of The Bride and Bloom magazine!

Tags: Linda and Kevin's wedding pictures at the Millennium Biltmore in Downtown Los Angeles, Wedding Photographer Greg Bumatay photos featured in Bride and Bloom Magazine, wedding details, decor, cake, centerpieces, Chinese cultural qipao, Vietnamese attire, old Hollywood glamour


joel maus said...

you're awesome, Greg!! Killer shots and congrats on the feature!

Melissa Papaj Photography said...

Hey Greg - I don't think I have ever commented before, but I follow your blog and love your work. You definitely deserve the recognition! CONGRATS!

Rodolfo Arpia said...

Awesome wedding Greg!
Great for you and your couple.


Bernie H Olston said...

Congratulations. You are very good at getting fotos that show story and detail in this wedding.

Jonathan Ruiz said...

Congratulations Greg! Awesome photos as usual! I need to get myself a copy, frame it and get your autograph! It's going to be a collector item in the world of photography.

Wai Reyes Photography said...

Wow, congratulations Greg! When I grow up, I wanna be just like you. Without the facial hair.

Rodolfo Arpia said...

Greg, saw this in print and looks awesome!