Our One Spring Day
We have to wait until the last frost to plant beautiful roses, to have the best warmth and light from the sun. It perfectly describes the process happening at Sung Jae and Susan's wedding.
It's already an old story nowadays to have a postponed wedding as a result of the pandemic. But just like the proverb "everything happens for a reason", a postponement isn't always bad. Rather, it provides additional time to prepare the best wedding.
Sung Jae is Korean, while Susan is Indonesian. Both of them are well-suited with their humble and sweet personality. They lived in Jakarta, so we had to arrange the wedding through online meetings -- still, we can feel their warm gesture through the screen.
For their wedding, they dream of a warm dinner where they can welcome the guests personally. One simple action to show that was through the welcome snack, tteok -- Korean traditional rice cake. We believed it was a memorable experience for their guests, especially Indonesian guests who had never tried tteok before.
After all the guests had arrived, the main dinner finally started. For the dinner, Sung Jae wore a grey plaid suit which accentuated his manliness. Meanwhile, Susan wore a beautiful blue Hanbok that Sung Jae's mom brought from Korea. They looked astounding even in their simplicity. Such simple yet stunning features were also reflected on the souvenirs for the guests. They prepared customizable leather purses, and the guests could request to add their initials on the purses.
The wedding nuance that day reminded us of flowers that bloom. The whole venue was decorated with blue and white flowers, which often represents a cold atmosphere -- like the winter. However, Sung Jae and Susan's warmth towards the guests thawed that coldness. Like roses that long for spring and finally bloom, the bride and groom could finally hold a cordial and joyful wedding after a long wait. We are glad to have taken part at the beginning of their journey as husband and wife. The wedding is worth the while, and we wish the best for both of them.
"At night I dream that you and I are two plants that grew together, roots entwined." - Pablo Neruda
The Wedding of
Sung Jae Lee & Susan Tjahyono
Groom : Lee Sung Jae
Bride : Susan Tjahyono
Parents of the Groom : Mr. Lee Joon Ho
& Mrs. Kim Young Joo
Parents of the Bride : Mr. Andi Aziz
& Mrs. Liani Waliman
Wedding Organizer: PRIME PROJECT (Sylvie)