Jacqueline and Rob's wedding last weekend at Prince George Ballroom was a grand event that brought together two different cultures from different parts of the world. This was our first Korean-Jewish affair, and the different wedding traditions, from the signing of the ketubah to the Korean paebaek ceremony, were honored by the couple and came together beautifully to create an unforgettable evening for the couple and their loved ones.
Photos by Studio Saldana | Flowers & Decor by Ivie Joy
We installed this lush chuppah with curly willow branches, white dendrobium orchids, and white hydrangeas. Pillar candles in cylinders surrounded the base of each post to add a touch of romantic lighting.
In the Korean paebaek ceremony, wooden "wedding ducks" represent peace, fidelity, and lots of children! The paebaek was traditionally held for the bride to pay respects to the groom's parents, but modern couples often have the paebaek to receive blessings from the bride and groom's families.