‘Mad Men’ meets Austin in this retro-style Palm Door wedding. Palm Door on Sabine in Austin is a retro-rustic venue, perfect for a more intimate wedding in Downtown Austin. This is TBT-Throw Back Tuesday. Now and again, I am reminded of weddings we have photographed that I never blogged about, so here’s one for the ‘Mad Men’ fans and Palm Door lovers. It was catered by the Pink Avocado. DELICIOUS! The bride and groom were from out of state, a lovely couple with a great sense of style.
March 14, 2015 Posted in Uncategorized
Portrait photography in Austin can be as diverse and multifaceted as Austin itself has become. In this portrait session, we started at Tamie and Uli’s contemporary hilltop house. It was stunningly and impeccably decorated by these two talented architects, providing the perfect background for our shoot. Next, we tripped on down to Bull Creek for some sublime outdoor shots. Thank you, again, for your continuing patronage, Tamie and Uli. It is always a pleasure working with you.
March 12, 2015 Posted in Engagements
Auditorium Shores and Butler Park are two of our favorite places in Austin for engagement photography. With the sprawling Austin skyline in the background and the lush hills and trees throughout, this outdoor venue is classic Austin. We took Melissa and Robbie there for their engagement photography and just had a blast. These two are fun-loving, natural and clearly so in love! Come back soon to see the blog of their wedding at the Temple Railroad Museum.
Austin is one of the most family friendly cities in the USA! Cho Photography has been happy to be photographing more families in and around Austin these days. Remember these guys? The two on the bottom are Krystal and Mike Ussery. We had the honor of photographing their wedding a few years ago and now we have the pleasure of photographing their growing family. Aren’t they a fun looking bunch?!!! Thank you, Ussery’s! We’ll look forward to seeing you again soon!
Because boys will be boys.
April 30, 2013 Posted in Austin Weddings
The traditional Korean wedding ceremony is called a Paebeck. The couple are dressed in beautiful, traditional Homboks. It is a colorful and fun ceremony marked by a tea ceremony shared with the parents and family of the couple. This includes a whole lot of bowing so the bride usually needs the help of bridesmaids in her heavy Hombok. It also includes the bride and groom catching dates thrown by the parents in an ornate sheet which symbolizes the number of children that the couple will bring into the family. Next the couple shares a date and the grand finale is when the bride hops on the groom’s back and he carries her around the room ‘piggy-back’ style. Sae and I had a Paebeck at our wedding and it is still one of my favorite parts to look back on.