Vong and Melanie held a cosy holy matrimony at their church. It was attended by many of their closest friends and relatives. Vong, together with his brothers, who are Scottish, were dressed in the traditional Scottish kilt. It was a very heartwarming ceremony.
Dinner was held at the St Regis Singapore. Melanie’s young nephew performed a tune on his violin together with his mother who was playing the piano.
The festive mood turned up a few notches when the band who were specially flown in from Scotland started playing. They taught the dinner guests a traditional Scottish dance. Everyone had a blast and most of the ladies were off with their shoes by the end of the dance!
When I saw Pamela on the day of their wedding, she told me she was having a hangover and had been throwing up the whole morning. When I met Edwin at the lobby when he arrived on the day of their wedding, he told me the same thing too! How similar can a couple get? =) They were both partying with their bridal entourage separately the night before.
Edwin and Pamela eventually got over their hangovers and got married at the wonderfully decorated Nosh at Rochester. The rain in the morning did not dampen anyone’s spirits. Attended by close friends and relatives, it was a joyous event and many tears flowed during the speeches.
Javen and Rhonda held their holy matrimony at the beautiful lush lawn of Equarius Hotel at Sentosa. Though it was pouring everywhere else in Singapore, the weather held up for them where they were.
Dinner was held at Universal Studios Singapore. Everyone had a blast! A ride was kept open for guests to have fun on during the pre dinner reception. Elmo, Cookie Monster and Oscar were part of the guests too, delighting everyone! They even danced with the guests!
by Terry and Ginosko
Love the personalized outfits that Kelvin and Genevieve prepared for the entourage. Spot one of Genevieve’s male cousin who surprised her by turning up as a sister!
Had the chance to witness the Muslim ceremony of Haresh and Christabelle, followed by a dinner reception. The bridal entourage is really huge, and as the couple said, these are the most important people in their lives. It definitely showed during the day, the very closely knitted friendship they shared. The bride ditched her shoes halfway into dinner! =)
Nic and Xin Yi got married at the Banyan Deck at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore. Dark clouds couldn’t stop the beautiful wedding from happening. The venue was styled delightfully by the team from Heaven in a Wild Flower. Check out the beautiful blooms!
We love the quotes they put up in frames at the reception.
Xin Yi loves receiving and writing little notes and thats what she did for most of her friends and guests. They all received hand written notes from the couple. The notes were displayed for them to collect at the reception table.
by Terry and Esther
One of the most relaxed weddings I have shot recently!
Congratulations to Wei Ding and Hao Ting!