Thursday, January 9, 2014
Impromptu marriage proposal on stage at Luau Kalamaku at the Kilohana Plantation in the Hawaiian island of Kauaʻi. The audience included both of Ivy’s parents, her two sisters Iris and Ida, and Sean, Iris’ boyfriend — the steady hand behind the mobile phone video cam… in additional to 600 vacationing strangers.
April 13, 2014 – Photos
Saturday, August 2, 2014, 4:30pm
2806 Clearwater St, Los Angeles, CA 90039 Map
The ceremony will take place at the Elysian in Los Angeles, California and will be conducted according to the ancient Chinese Han marriage ritual mandated by the Book of Rites.
Elysian in Los Angeles, California: Details
A valet parking company has been hired & prepaid to serve all guests.
Visit Our Wishing Well
Many people have asked us if there is anything we would like, and to be honest we already have most of the things we need, but for those who feel the desire we have set up this special wishing well registry for our wedding.
We have chosen this website because it is safe and secure and very convenient (please do not mail or bring money in an envelope as this is hard for us to manage and easy to lose)
OurWishingWell.com is our first preference of how you can best help us if you like, but please know that what we desire most is your presence (not presents).
We look forward to seeing you at our August 2 wedding!
Single or Double: $149 / night – Get discounted rate
4.8 miles / about 12 minutes
Within easy walking distance of Little Tokyo, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Ahmanson Theater, Staples Center, Nokia Center & LA Live.
Single or Double: $164 / night – Call 213-388-8138 (mention Ivy & Mario)
5.3 miles / about 15 minutes
Within 3-5 miles of Staples Center, Nokia Center, LA Live & Dolby Theatre, Museum of Contemporary Art; in Wilshire/Koreatown district.
Tea ritual consisting of paying respects by serving a cup of tea to the elder members of the families. Click to open album »
The Book of Rites (禮記), literally the Record of Rites, is a collection of texts by Confucius (孔子) describing the social forms, administration, and ceremonial rites of the Zhou Dynasty (1046–256 BC) as they were understood in the Warring States and early Han Dynasty periods (481–207 BC).