About a week ago, Alice and Andrew invited us to their rehearsal dinner and told us they were going to spend some time decorating and setting up at their venue, District Millworks. Within seconds of walking through the doors of the venue, we were greeted with warm smiles and open arms. We felt right at home. The next few hours were spent putting up curtains, setting up tables, and hanging air plants throughout the ceiling.

Their venue, district millworks, have never experienced a wedding. During the day, they take old wood, and mold and create furniture. It was merely a workshop but Alice and Andrew took it and transformed it into so much more. After setting up, we wiped our hands off to join their friends and family for dinner at Andrew’s favorite chinese restaurant. It’s such a great feeling knowing that you’re surrounded by people who LOVE to eat. We were satisfied by the third course but the dishes just kept coming. Getting to know their friends and families helped us understand Alice and Andrew so much more. Not only do they love food but they have strong bonds with their families.

By the next morning, we felt like family. Being my first time in California, let alone Los Angeles, we did what any sane person would do. We ate. Everywhere. Beyond the food, the sights, and the weather (yes. because Chicago is freezing!), I can honestly say that the best part of my trip to Los Angeles was attending their celebration. Thank you, for taking time out of your day to have lunch with us, for the boxes of baked goods, for welcoming us into your family and showering us with love and kindness.

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Special thanks to all the vendors who made this wedding possible!

Venue: District Millworks
Photography: Chennergy
Event Planner: Bright Blue Events
Catering: Baby Blues BBQ
Dessert: Frostbites

  • Alice Cheng - Thanks so much, Henry Wu, for capturing all the moments Andrew and I missed, haha…I’ll keep thanking you on every social media platform until it gets tired =).ReplyCancel

  • Marg Lee - Amazing video! So much attention to detail, and I love how he weaved in the ceremony and the prep together! BEAUTIFUL! <3ReplyCancel

  • Bright Blue Events - Amazing Work by Henry Wu on Alice and Andrew’s wedding! I can’t wait to see the full video!ReplyCancel

  • Carole Grogan - I love this teaser from Alice and Andrew’s wedding done by Henry Wu! Super hip wedding in the Los Angeles Artist’s District! We can’t wait to see the final work!ReplyCancel

  • Meghan Seixas - Beautiful!! Thanks for this! Really helps ease the sadness of not being able to be there.ReplyCancel

  • Grace Hong Yoon - alice, your wedding was so beautiful and had your fingerprints and artistry all over it! so happy for you both!ReplyCancel

  • Emily Reuter - beautiful, Alice!!ReplyCancel

  • Grace Hong Yoon - whoa. i just saw that 4 minute video. W-O-W. so .. good…professional… i feel like you and andrew are in a preview for the coolest artsy movie. loved it.ReplyCancel

  • Henry Wu - @[2901290:2048:Alice Cheng] – you’re too kind! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Henry Wu - Grace Hong Yoon – Thanks for the kind words! Glad you enjoyed it!ReplyCancel

  • Henry Wu - Thanks Carole!ReplyCancel

  • Henry Wu - It was a pleasure working with you and your team!ReplyCancel

  • Carole Grogan - Great work Henry!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Henry Wu - Thank you for the kind words Marg! Really glad you enjoyed it. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Martin Yan - I felt like I was actually there! NiceReplyCancel


Phew! It’s been a long weekend! Three day weddings are no joke. Vipra and Harsh made it all worth it though. Being my second indian wedding, I came in with a little knowledge of how the day would go about but not necessarily what everything meant. Luckily, the priest translated everything to us this time around thanks to the request from Vipra and Harsh! Such an awesome addition for the guests who aren’t fluent in the language.

I mention this a lot but you are who you surround yourself with. This cannot be anymore true with Harsh and Vipra because their families and friends were so welcoming and accommodating to us. They made sure we were hydrated throughout the day, that we were able to get to locations without being ran over by family, and even made sure to have a table for us when dinner came around. It’s been a long three days but time flew due to their hospitality. Not only did time fly, the couple decided there was no other way to exit the ceremony other than via helicopter! AND they brought me along! What an experience! Thanks once again for having us Harsh & Vipra! Again, congratulations!

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Special thanks to all the vendors who made this wedding possible!

Venue: Waterford Banquets
Photography: Leo Lee / Fragola Productions

  • Missy Lochmayer - OH MY FREAKING GOSH! this is absolutely beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Missy Lochmayer - Vipra Patel, you bring me to tears with all of your beauty! Ahhhhhh, I LOVE this.ReplyCancel

  • Dhara Patel - Beautiful sisy… you look stunning…. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jose Padilla - This was the highlight of the night for me. This video is awesome.

    Congrats Vipra and Harsh! and thanks for the invite.ReplyCancel

  • Missy Lochmayer - Just got done watching it again 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Beena Vishal Antiya - Congratulations Vipra (Mrs. Gandhi) & Harsh! Beautiful Wedding!ReplyCancel

  • Hina Patel - omg…both of you look so beautiful…you guys make cute couple Vipra….n exit in helicopter….wow…miss wedding but feel good after watching this clip…:)ReplyCancel

  • Jashim Jalal Photography - This is awesome man! Loved the feel of the day and the video!ReplyCancel

  • Tania Padilla - Thank you guys for the opportunity to share such a special day with you. Also, I still can not get over how professional yet artistic this video and the pics are we should definitely buy the crew drinks.ReplyCancel

  • Jaymin - So adorable wedding was super fun and amazing thankes to the hostReplyCancel

  • Vipra Patel - Thank you Missy, we had a blast! everything turned out really well and we had an amazing cinematographer to capture everything 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Terra J Boldt - Amazing video @[32806563:2048:Harsh Gandhi]!!!ReplyCancel

  • Cathy Diotte Scott - Missy…..what a neat video! So…thinking about leaving your big wedding day in a helicopter? that’d be cool….have a pad built in Bang’s Lake…..just an idea 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Missy Lochmayer - Cathy…I like where your heads at! Now if I could only win the lotto!ReplyCancel

  • Henry Wu - Thanks bro! You’re doing it big yourself! Let me know if any of your brides ever need some video love!ReplyCancel


Where do I even start with these two? Elle and Sheong are perfect together. Sometimes you meet a couple and you can tell how much love they share just by the way they talk of one another. Elle notices everything about Sheong, from how often he gazes at socks and cufflinks to knowing that his face gets oily from time to time. Sheong shares his love for her through letters. His love for her goes beyond one page. In fact, he’s written her a ‘hundred or something like it’. Now if that’s not love, I don’t know what is. Take a few minutes and enjoy some highlights of their day. Thanks so much for having me Elle & Sheong! I can’t wait to see how God will work in your lives. :]

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Special thanks to all the vendors who made this wedding possible!

Photography: Resolved Photography
Florist: Asrai Garden
Ceremony: Lakeview Church
Reception: Independence Grove
Coordinator: Allison Wong

  • Nina - That was beautifully done! You truly did an amazing job capturing their love and special day in the two minute clip. Loved it!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks for the kind words Nina! Elle and Sheong really made it easy!ReplyCancel