Chiangmai wedding at 137 pillars house

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Chiangmai wedding at 137 pillars house

We head off to 137 Pillars House Chiangmai for the wedding of Pam and Kurt. Their special day was captured by wedding photographer LoveDezign.

Do tell us about the couple
Srocha or Pam, the bride is a beautiful Thai lady who met Kurz, the groom during his business trip in Thailand. Kurz is a brand manager for Swarovski in Asia and Pam is a product manager at Ikea furniture in Thailand.

Please tell us a little bit about the day and how it went
We met them a day before to get to know each other and joined the meeting with all team such as wedding organizer (Sabudbob), guests, bridemaids etc. The wedding venue was held at 137 Pillars House in Chiangmai where the resort that Pam and Kurz used to spent their vacation together. They were so impressed with this place and decided to tie a knot here.

The morning started with Thai ceremony. It was Lanna style wedding ( Northern part of Thailand). The guests will bless them good luck while they bind the cotton robe on the bride & groom wrist. It was our belief that the cotton robe will be a love bonding between the couple.

The wedding vow and ring exchange was held under the big tree in the nighttime because Pam worried about the hot weather. The decoration by Sabudbob was so cute in rustic wedding theme. The color palette was white and green. Pam choose lotus and orchid as the main flower because they are the symbolic of Thai flower.

Do tell us a little bit about yourself
I’m happy to see and caption every emotion as if. It’s raw feeling and natural.

How would you describe your photography style?
My photography style is photojournalism. It is so special and be honored to keep the moment forever. I love to capture that “Kodak moment”, non-posed, beautiful and real moments.

What did you love about the day?
I was so impressed by The Lanna Thai wedding in the morning. It was such a precious moment that I will never forget. The decoration was beautiful and I love the history of the wedding venue at 137 Pillars House. It was the old teakwood house that was built from 19th century as part of East Borneo Company Headquarter. The timeless elegance place for a wedding destination in Thailand.

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