Emily Adams and Adam Ngo exchanged wedding vows Dec. 29, 2012. The ceremony took place in the courtyard during a beautiful sunset at Angelica's Wedding and Event Center in Tucson. The bride was stunning in her satin A-line split chiffon and lace gown embellished with sequins and beads. The gown featured a chapel-length train adorned with metallic embroidery. She carried a cascading bouquet of purple orchids, white roses, blue delphinium and eucalyptus. The bride's attendants were Marisa Gallegos, Nikki Adams and Leighann Ngo. They wore lapis tea length dresses and carried clutch bouquets with orchids, roses and delphinium.
The groom looked dashing in his white tux with silver accents. The groomsmen wore tuxes by Vera Wang in charcoal gray accented with royal blue. Juan Chavarria, Andrew Adams and Sam Miller served as groomsmen. Eric Adams had the honor of usher.
A reception was held after the ceremony and guests enjoyed dinner, dancing, mingling and playing various card and board games that the bride and groom requested at the reception. The couple love board, card, computer and video games!
On Dec. 28, the couple had a traditional Vietnamese wedding tea ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Michael and Jane Adams of Kingman. The groom's parents are Xuan Ngo and Xiu Chen from Tucson.
The couple reside in Tucson where the bride is a teacher for Tucson Unified School District and the groom is a systems engineer at Raytheon.