The Four Seasons in Beverly Hills is an interesting location. It has the upscale ritz one expects of Beverly Hills, but without the bustle and commotion of Rodeo Drive. Instead, it borders the sleepy residential part of Beverly Hills. Whenever we shoot a wedding here, we are right in the middle of West Los Angeles, but it always feels more calm and relaxing. I guess that’s one of the reasons why they picked this venue. It very much reflects Joanna and Lambert’s personalities… calm and elegant.We see more and more often the blending of two cultures at a wedding, a joining of two families and two wedding traditions. This wedding day included a traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony in an intimate meeting room (immediate families), followed directly by a traditional Korean Ceremony (with flying dates and piggyback rides!). Then we proceeded with a modern, non-denominational ceremony in Wetherly Gardens. One thing that is a definite must is getting photos on the helipad on the roof. It has an amazing view of Downtown Los Angeles straight to Santa Monica!
A huge shout-out to Queenie Lam and her amazing team at Lifetime Creation for coordinating a beautiful and flawless day!!
This is a wedding at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. It includes rooftop wedding photography on the helipad of the hotel.