There is no combination of words I could put on the back of a postcard
No song that I could sing, but I can try for your heart
Our dreams, and they are made out of real things
Like a, shoe box of photographs
With sepia-toned loving
Love is the answer, at least for most of the questions in my heart
Like why are we here? And where do we go?
And how come it's so hard?
It's not always easy and
Sometimes life can be deceiving
I'll tell you one thing, it's always better when we're together

One thing is true; Rex and Rachel belong together.

While doing their engagement session, I noticed that they have a chemistry that not every couple has. When they are together, they are one, they don't even need to try, they just are. The chemistry they have is so unique, I felt I could just sit back and take photos, they didn't need posing, they just automatically knew what to do.

And it was so obvious as they were being united that these two are meant to be together for so much more than the fact that they are so in sync. They are both so passionate about life, about living, and about loving, and that was such a huge part of their day and my greatest wish is that you can see that through these images.

Congratulations Rex and Rachel! All of my best wishes to you for now and always! ✨

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Bride’s Dress – Unknown

Bride’s Shoes – Famous Footwear

Bride’s Jewelry (any to note) – Relatives

Bride's Seamstress – Sophisticated Rose

Groom’s Suit – Jos. A. Bank

Groom’s Shoes – Florsheim Imperial

Groom's Tailor – Oleg Yusufov

Groomsmen’s suspenders/bow ties – Hisdern

Bridesmaid’s gowns –, and unknown

Hair stylist – Roots Salon

Stationery & paper goods – Clark Graphics

Ceremony Venue – Chinese Christian Church of Milwaukee

Reception Venue – Mitchell Park Pavilion

Master of Ceremonies – Mike Chan  

Wedding rings – Eden He (Taipei)

Celebrant/Officiant – Pastor Steven Chu