Today we want to share a story of two people from different parts of the world that found each other in New York City and fell in love. One friday night in September Max went out to dinner with a few friends, who introduced him to Hsin, who was visiting the city from Malaysia. Over a bowl of ramen in the East Village these two shared stories of home and discussed their favorite books and types of food. Max knew his time to spend with Hsin was limited as she had only two more days in New York before returning home. The two spent every moment they could with each other, but as the weekend quickly came to an end, Hsin got on plane and flew home to Malaysia. Their friendship persevered as Max pursued her through many phone calls and Facebook conversations until the day Hsin moved to New York. Their relationship blossomed and they got married on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Brooklyn. Their wedding had friends and family in from all over the world. The event took place at The Green Building, which featured golden chandeliers and exposed brick walls. The building's history expands as far back as 1889 when it was built and used as a brass foundry. This fairytale wedding had a beautiful flower arrangement and Hsin’s blush dress was unique and elegant.
Before we watch the film, I leave you with a special note from the Bride and Groom, “Most of it went by like a happy blur for us which brings us to the advice of enjoying the day and slowing down to soak in the moments as much as possible. Enjoy the preparations together too instead of stressing over what will surely lapse from memory - it is a journey of happiness in anticipation of the big day!”
Music was licensed through The Music Bed.