On one Sunday afternoon in Autumn, when leaves were starting to turn red in a light breeze, I had the privilege to witness the elopement of Ying Ying & Jun Hang who met back in China, at a alumni dinner.
The couple travelled all the way from China, when we first met I was greeted by Ying Ying's warm smile, carrying a happy and beautiful soul with her, while Jun Hang has been so caring for her every minute. We headed to the Gum Gully farm in Silvan, Victoria. Soon as we arrived we were welcomed by the adorable deers. The couple was caught in surprise they did not need to take these beautiful shots in Nara Japan. After feeding them we made our way up to the little hill top. A story to touch on how they met at the alumni dinner, how they have crossed path in the past before they knew each other. How fate has brought them together through a professor at school. They shared the same value, culture, and compliment each other in many ways.
With the exchange of vows, and then exchange of rings, quietly with just the two of them, the witnesses and myself, Ying Ying & Jun Hang began their new stage of life as husband and wife. The couple has been extremely nice to work with, I am so glad to solemnise their marriage.
Small, short and sweet ceremony solemnised in a beautiful farm, quietly with the essentials. Congratulations Ying Ying & Jun Hang. Wishing you both the very best on the other side of the world.
Celebrant: Ivy Fung
Photography: Le Tao Photography
Video: Tailored Wedding Films
Make up: Unique U Makeovers
Venue: Gum Gully Farm