Krystle Song and Bradford Lee had two priorities for their wedding: to eat, and to party. Their mantra? "You can find me in da club."
The pair that got engaged over dim sum, at San Francisco's beloved Hong Kong Lounge II, weren't going to do the whole wedding thing like everybody else. They went straight into planning an epic bash.
While, yes, there were still some traditional elements—like the getting-ready photo shoot while sipping Japanese whiskey with their family and friends, first looks, and saying their vows amid glittering towers of florals—Krystie and Bradford aimed at an atypical experience. The venue? SoMa's Vegas-style Grand Nightclub.
The bride arrived in a silver sequined trumpet gown with a sweetheart neckline and suitably mirrored heels; her bouquet had an unexpected tropical touch. The groom wore a simple charcoal suit, oxfords, and a handsome single rose pinned to his lapel.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds played some arcade games at Coin-Op next door before heading back to the big bash where a massive appetizer bar was laden with their favorite Chinese eats (no cake). They danced their way through the night with confetti canons, glow sticks, lasers, and even an appearance from Karl the Fog.
Pre-wedding: AC Hotel
Venue: The Grand Nightclub
Engagement session: Hong Kong Lounge II
Makeup: Beauty by Leslie Song
Floral designer: Farmgirl Flowers
Photographer: Frances Tang Photography
Video: Fusion Moments Media