getting married!

We hope you can save the date and join us in NYC for a night of waterfronts, wine, and whimsy!

26 July

About Us

This venerable couple met in the Summer of 2009 via the New York Young Asian American meetup group. After making wonderful memories as friends, they began dating in October of 2010. Chris proposed on August 21, 2013 during a trip to St. George Island.


She's just a city girl... Helen is a native New Yorker, who grew up primarily in Long Island. She is an avid traveler and foodie. Last year, Helen took up running, and completed 3 half marathons. This year, Helen is signed up for the TCS NYC marathon in November, another life changing event she is looking forward to (after getting married of course :)

26 July 2014


He's just a small town boy... After living most of his life in Atlanta, GA (with a brief stint in Japan), Chris decided to take a chance and move to the Empire State. He couldn't be happier with his choice. He is currently the CTO at Fuzz Productions, and also tries to bike and travel as much as possible.


Wedding Details

Ceremony and Reception

Battery Gardens

1 Battery Pl
New York, NY 10004

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Valet Parking Information

Battery Gardens

Next to 17 State Street is a small church. Across the street from the church is a driveway/service road leading to the parking lot of Battery Gardens. The parking lot of Battery Gardens is shared with the US Coast Guard. Although the driveway/service road has no signs, the Coast Guard Building (which is to the right of the Staten Island Ferry Terminal as you face it from the street) is visible from State Street. A Valet Attendant is posted at the driveway/service road and will direct guests accordingly.

Wedding Party

Matron of Honor:

Oroma Homa Reynolds


Stella Cha

Best Man:

Patrick Burns


Allan Alday


Double Tree

$159/night king, $199/night 2 doubles
Book by June 25th

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Andaz Wall Street

$219/night king, $249/night 2 doubles
Book by June 25th

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Gild Hall

$199/night king, $239/night doubles
Book by May 26th

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AirBNB is also another route to go if you'd like to stay in a subletted apartment rather than a hotel room. Often times you can get nicer accommodations for a lower cost than a hotel room, though many of the apartments listed in NYC are probably illegal. Please contact Chris or Helen if you'd like more information and recommendations on this route.