Vero Suh Photography » San Francisco Bay Area Wedding & Portrait Photographer

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I’ve watched the Lundy family grow and documented these little girls for the past 5 years.  Our last photoshoot session, little C was just  a newborn baby and it’s incredible how she’s now walking, talking, clapping and dancing now! (see the Lundy’s last photoshoot here.)  Family photoshoots are so special in that I’m able to capture fleeting moments that without photos, you may not remember them.  Big sister A is also blossoming into a little young lady, learning ballet lessons and even doing a mini performance for the camera to show me everything she’s learned so far.  I love this family and it’s so rewarding that I’m no longer just their photographer but I’ve now become their eemo Vero (eemo is auntie in Korean)!  Melts me into a big fat puddle!  <3

Typically, I photograph younger kids/toddlers and babies with mommy and daddy so it was a nice change to work with older kids.  However, I quickly realized with 9-10 year olds, calling “mommy” is no longer cool and that I should say, “mom”. Also coo-ing to try and make the kids smile isn’t exactly their idea of “cute”.  So I knew I had to act cool really fast before I lost trust and credibility with the “tweens”.  Luckily, we all shared love for music so we blasted some tunes from Ben Harper and danced for almost the entire photoshoot!  Yay!


  • Jason

    these turned out great…great vibes from the tweens and awesome shots from the ‘cool’ photographer!ReplyCancel

Theresa and Eugene are special to me as they are my first wedding client for this year!  Their wedding will kickoff my 2013 wedding season and I’m so so excited to begin the wild ride filled with lots of smiles, hugs, first dances, toasts and “i do’s”!  The couple booked me over the phone/email and we met for the first time on the day of their engagement session.  Our first meeting felt like a blind date that turned into love at first sight.  Aside from the frigid temperatures, we felt an immediate connection and bonded over the next hour with poses, smiles, jokes and hugs in the end.  I look forward to photographing their big day at the Fairmont in San Jose.  Please revisit the blog to see more images of their upcoming wedding soon!




Angelica & Trevor’s Casa Real Wedding was so romantic.  One of the most passionate couples I’ve met, it was wonderful to be able to document their big celebration. I loved their venue, Casa Real, and they did a wonderful job transforming their reception space and creating a glamourous environment.  What was unique about this wedding was a portion of their reception, where guests were invited to come up center stage to a microphone stand and belt out their favorite love tunes.  There were rappers, opera singers and group choirs singing their joys and well wishes for the couple.  What a fun, unique and interactive experience for all to enjoy!

Getting Ready Venue:   Rose Hotel (brides)  Sheraton (groom) // Ceremony + Reception Venue:  Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery // Bride’s Makeup:  Giao Nguyen // Floral Design:  Nicole Ha

Style Me Pretty has been very good to my clients.  I feel lucky to have had the opportunity to feature my clients’ beautiful wedding and their creative work on such an inspirational bridal blog!  Today, Angela and Eric’s DIY filled wedding was featured and I couldn’t be more excited for this couple!  Click here to see the original blog post.  To see more of the Style Me Pretty California post, click here.