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    Welcome to KaniPark Photography. We’ve been photographing weddings since 2004.

    We are Full-Time wedding photographers. This is what we love and love to do. If your looking for amazing pictures & customer service orientated wedding photographers, look no further. Our goal is for you to say we are your favorite vendor from your wedding day.  We are a husband & wife photography team that cares about your memories. We treat every single wedding like if we were photographing it for our own family. We know how important this day is to you and we want to capture every moment.

    We do a blend of photography: artistic, photojournalistic & traditional. This way you get the most variety of pictures at the end of the day. We understand the importance of Family Pictures, we will make everyone comfortable and get all the pictures you need. We take pride in our work. We spend a lot of time post processing all your pictures. We want to make sure all your pictures are ready to print as soon as you get them. You get all the copyrights to the high-resolution files. You will be able to get them printed at any digital lab of your choice. Your memories are absolutely safe in our hands.

Doubletree Hotel, Orange County Wedding | Youngsun & CJ

Youngsun & CJ met through mutual friends & hit it off instantaneously.  Their ceremony was held at the King of Glory Lutheran Church in Fountain Valley.  They had traditional vows as well as vows they wrote for each other which were sweet & funny.  Thanks Anna & Joel for referring us such a wonderful couple.  =)

Youngsun, you looked absolutely beautiful.  Work it 🙂

I just adore the way they look at each other.  CJ even gave Youngsun a couple winks 😉

I LOVE first glances because you can just see the joy as the couples see each other for the first time <3<3<3



I LOVE this shot Jeff got of Youngsun & her mother walking down the aisle.
The first thing Youngsun & CJ did at the reception was the paebaek ceremony.  Paebaek is a traditional Korean wedding ritual where the groom’s family formally accepts the bride into their home. The ceremony was originally intended as a way for the bride to pay her respects to the groom’s family. Parents as well as relatives take turns sitting in front of a table laden with various edibles and tea, to receive their bow from the couple and offer blessings to the couple.  The parents will throw dates and chestnuts which the bride and groom will attempt to catch with the bride’s apron.  According to legend, the number of dates and chestnuts caught signify how many girls (dates) and boys (chestnuts) they will bear.  As public display of his strength the groom carries his new bride on his back around the table.

I love this moment where the couple switched mother’s for a dance.
Best wishes & all the happiness for you two as you start your life as husband and wife <3<3<3

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Welcome to KaniPark.com :)

A new year, A new blog.  Thanks to my childhood friend Jino, I finally have kanipark.com up and running.  I am so excited to finally have a place to call my own 🙂  I can’t wait to share photos of my life, photos from engagement session & weddings we shoot.  What better way to start the new year than with pictures of my babies with Santa.

To look back on my journey through pregnancy, and the first six months of Jace’s life, go to my Posterous Site.

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