I met Min during our freshman year at Texas A&M. In our massive undergraduate class, we were neighbors in the same dorm and became fast friends, spending many an hour on the
ratty loved community couch outside our doors. We found out that we drove the same exact car in the same year and color (hers was called Sebastian and mine Jack), shared a love of books and music. One of my fondest memories with Min was buying a whole rotisserie chicken one night and wolfing it down for dinner while watching some TV show on my laptop- I think it was Gray’s Anatomy.
With Andrew, we ended up being in the same 8:00 AM accounting class where our professor would try desperately to wake everyone up. He would often shimmy to get our attention and it worked. Accounting is by far my least favorite subject and I’m glad Andrew got it (he became an accountant!) so I could ask him a million questions later.
I’ve known these two for nearly a decade now and was so honored when they asked me to plan their wedding. These two could not be any more perfect for each other and it was crucial to me that they have an absolutely flawless day.
It’s fitting too that the School was the venue they settled on. Min teaches writing and poetry at Louisiana State University and it just tied everything together nicely. The vintage vibe the school provided was great as well because this couple are old souls at heart, and definitely appreciated the history behind it.
Love this old typewriter at the School, and love even more how Allen Tsai posed the rings.
One of my favorite pictures from the day – the first look.
I’ve always liked seeing the groom’s reaction when the bride walks down the aisle. Priceless =]
I have to admit – I bawled like a baby when I heard Min’s vows. She is so eloquent.
Wedding bells for the exit.
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