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Yuli Hsu and Keith Fisher

The couple pose for their formal portrait beside the Delaware River. Photo: Robert Sukrachand

“We named our tables after old romantic films—table numbers were mini-movie posters we found online. We Photoshopped the escort cards to look like 1930s ticket stubs and displayed them inside an antique creamery crate.” Photo: Robert Sukrachand

“We’re not into the big wedding cake, and the grand, formal cutting just interrupts the party. So we had cupcakes from a place in Red Hook, and a giant wedding-reception cookie table—which is Keith’s family and friends’ Western Pennsylvania thing. This is what they do. They make batches of them; they literally arrive in vans full of cookies.” Photo: Robert Sukrachand

“Our friend is in an old-time roots band—it’s him, a husband and wife, and their three children—that plays folky swing music on the ukulele, accordion, steel guitar... We had them play during the ceremony (our recessional was the Beatles’ ‘When I’m Sixty-Four’), cocktail hour, and dinner. We also had a D.J. spin everything from sixties funk to New Wave.” Photo: Robert Sukrachand

“We had about 30 kids at the wedding; we made a bonfire for them so they could roast s’mores. At midnight after all the dancing, we re-lit the fire and we sat around it, drinking beer, laughing.” Photo: Robert Sukrachand