Because my portfolio shows many multi-cultural clients, I get inquiries from multi-cultural clients often. Taiwanese-American bride and Jewish groom, Japanese bride and African-American groom, German bride and African groom, New Zealand bride and Jewish groom, Chinese bride and Cambodian groom, Phillipina bride and African-American groom, Euro-American bride and Mexican groom, Phillipina bride and Islaeli groom, Trinidadian bride and African-American groom, Vietnamese bride and Iranian groom, Northern Ireland bride and Euro-American groom, Japanese bride and Italian groom, Euro-American bride and Chinese groom, Euro-American bride and Greek groom, etc, etc. It's been so much pleasure to work for so many people from so many different cultures. I really enjoy knowing different cultures and appreciate each culture very much but what I really love about working with people from different cultures is to find out that we are just people after all. I feel it every day, living in NYC. I just want to say "thank you" to all of my clients. I am thankful for my culture, too, of course!
Lisa and Keisuke is from Japan. The wedding reception took place on a rooftop of Nomad Hotel downtown. I received this job through Jisa, who is a fabulous wedding planner. She has been working as a wedding planner in Caribbean islands and is currently moving her business to NYC. If you are interested, please go to her website here and message her. All the table setting and decoration of the space was just beautiful. Under the warm sunlight with the NYC cityscape, Lisa and Keisuke looked so happy. Congratulations Lisa and Keisuke!!