Sixth day into the lunar new year, we finally see Botak Ben after a week of absence. He’s been pretty busy packing/unpacking/packing/unpacking because he’s……… shifting to a new place!! It’s a mad mad rush for him due to the dateline, but now that things are more settled on his side, he’s finally back! 🙂
We did a quick Lou Hei together, but instead of the Four Lettered Words, we spewed things like “10 boyfriends for Susu”, “早生贵子” for Ben and Becky (even though they’re not yet married) etc. It’s a 乱七八糟乱乱捞 lou hei session for us… and we actually forgot to say RPP HUAT AH! Hahahahaha! That gives me the excuse to Lou a second time… then I can feast on the yummy Yu Sheng again. Kekeke. 😛
Anyway, Roy and Amy engaged Raymond to do their conceptualised pre-wedding where Ben and I assisted for the shoot on two different days.
And here’s the set of actual day wedding images by Ben, with MooMedia for the Cinematography;
Ben will tend to take note of little details on the wedding day, such as the time, the surrounding area (which most people don’t really take the time to have a good look despite living there for years), couples’ love momentos to each other, trophies etc… which speaks a lot for the couple throughout their growing up years. 🙂
Top :: The convertible dresses on the sisters are really versatile, you can wear it in a million ways! Maybe not exactly a million, but you get the drift… you can wear it in many many different ways! Love the royal purple color! 🙂
Just a side note, for brides looking for bridesmaid dresses, maybe you can also check out this shop named Occasion at Raffles City Shopping Centre. If I’m not wrong, the shop is located at #03-29B. I happened to pop by few months back and saw quite a number of bridesmaid dresses in different patterns and sweet colors. Price is reasonable, and if I didn’t remember wrongly, they have a price tier for the number of dresses you purchase. 🙂
Bottom Left :: The cakes seemed too good to be true for a gate crashing right? Heh heh heh heh…
Bottom Right :: Here’s the actual one… instead of delicious Nasi Lemak wrapped in Banana Leaf or Fried Hokkien Mee wrapped in Opeh Leaf, the sisters wrapped the food in diapers. *coughs*
The bride is ready! 🙂
And now… let the gate crashing begin!
Roy is now a certified and highly trained daddy because he now knows how to take care of a Baby! Kekeke.
Yes, an empty red packet for the sisters. 😛
Moving off to Roy’s place…
We have Vince and Yubing here for the tea ceremony!! Vince and Roy are brothers, and we shot Vince’s wedding in November 2010! 🙂
This image came about right after Roy carried Amy into the bedroom. Teeheeheehee~ So cute! 🙂
Loving the cute moments… I mean, how often do we get to see something like this when the wedding ceremony is over? Especially the image on top where Amy fed Roy with the Tang Yuan? 🙂
Here’s one of Ben’s Feet Touch Feet! 🙂
The view from opposite.
Love Nicole and Kaylyn’s expression. 🙂
Roy and Amy had their solemnization on the same day, and they engaged my favourite Justice of Peace/Solemnizer (JP) Dr Phua Tan Tee! 🙂
Dr Phua Tan Tee gives people a warm fuzzy feeling with a fatherly figure, he’s good with English, Mandarin, and also Hokkien! He never fails to liven up the ceremony with his jokes and advices. 🙂
A close up shot of Dr Phua Tan Tee! 🙂
Here’s Kenneth & Martin the awesome emcees for the evening. 🙂
Ashton the Page Boy holding the bouquet of flowers, quietly following behind Nicole and Kaylyn the two flower girls. 🙂
Lights dimmed for the next segment of the dinner banquet – The Wedding Dance!! 🙂
Champagne Popping – one of my favourite part because of the interesting expression when couple try to pop the champagne. Hehehe. 🙂
Again, it’s the various interesting expressions which works for me here. 🙂
Couple gave a speech..
And the guests don’t know whether is laugh until cry or cry until laugh. :p
Mandarin Oriental is one of our favourite hotels with impressive quality of service and food. Not forgetting they have a powerful weapon – the all capable Bethany!! She has a super duper powerful memory, she remembers the slightest details and names of couples getting married in Oriental even though their wedding is not handled by her! Do consider Mandarin Oriental if you’re clueless on where to hold your wedding banquet. Of course it will be good to check for availability and book early to avoid disappointment as well. That’s a piece of advice we give to couples, and the same advice that couples feedback to us after the wedding too. Hahahaha!
Have a happy weekend! Cheers! 🙂
Lots of Love,