Ryohei and Nate blended their Japanese and American heritage to create a memorable wedding day. The marriers held their ceremony on the green pasture of a Connecticut farm. Ryohei wore a blue jacket with black lapels and black bow tie while Nate wore a traditional black suit with long black tie. The guests, some wearing traditional Japanese attire, sat on wooden benches to watch as the couple exchanged vows.
Charcoal and orange origami place cards were laid out for guests to find their seat as they headed indoors for Nate and Ryohei’s reception. Guests were seated around long tables covered in white linens and orange floral arrangements and accented with charcoal colored napkins wrapped in orange ribbon at each place setting. Ryohei changed his look for the reception, switching into a black and gold jacket before hitting the dance floor with Nate for their first dance as a married couple.
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