Happy Chinese New Year and happy wedding!
Can any Chinese style wedding photoshoot get more creative than this? Canada-based photographer Jun Ying is taking wedding photography to another level.
Sharing on Facebook, Jun Ying and his wife Miya, who are both photographers, had the idea of shooting their wedding photos at one of their favourite hotpot restaurants in Vancouver, Canada.
“We both came to Canada in our teenage years, having our childhood immersed in all the cultures, our roots meanta lot to us,” Jun Ying shared.
During their wedding day, they could not have a traditional Chinese ceremony due to the limited time and location constraints. Therefore, they made it up by doing this Chinese themed wedding photoshoot by themselves; even with their own makeup and setup team!
“Blessed to be both photographers…we allowed our freedom to go wild when we found a perfect hotpot place for a selfie project,” said Jun Ying. The photoshoot features many traditional Chinese elements such as the traditional Han Fu costumes. Too cool!
Isn’t this the dream wedding photoshoot place? Totally in love with the vibe!
Not to forget every Asians’ favourite drink, boba tea! Wedding photos with all friends sipping on boba tea? A mood.
The traditional costumes and accessories are also spectacular.
Jun Ying and Miya, together created their photography team based in Vancouver, Canada. JuMi also means “just you and me”, how sweet!
Jun Ying also shared with World Of Buzz that they are both full-time photographers. “It’s what we do,” Jun added. It has been 12 years since they started their journey as photographers and artists.
When asked who inspired the wedding photo concepts, Jun said: “it’s my wife’s idea”. Well, wifey always knows best. They also did a wedding photoshoot at a temple in Taipei, Taiwan!
For the time being, Jun Ying and Miya have to undergo a 2-week quarantine after returning to Canada from Taiwan. When asked about their upcoming plans, Jun Ying said, “Hmmmm no ideas(for future wedding photoshoot) yet, taking a break since we just did like 3 shoots.”.
If my wedding photos are not like this, I don’t want to get married! Kudos to Jun Ying and Miya for these amazing wedding photos and Happy Chinese New Year!