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The house of Ang was brimming with happiness when their eldest, and only son, Kevin tied the knot with Yew Ee. People say, like father like son, and judging from the love that Kevin’s father has been showering his wife for the past 36 years, I’m confident Kevin will be following his father’s footsteps, faithfully and blissfully for many years to come!
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It was gorgeous morning, blessed with blue skies and cool weather, the house of Lim was very excited as their youngest daughter is getting married. Siow Joo looked simply divine with the help of LiRen who did a fantastic job for hair and make-up. Cheers to Khim and Siow Joo, Merry Christmas and a loving life ahead together!
10-10-10 – A day that happens once a millennium,
Begins with a love story on top of a hill.
This story sings of trust and respect,
Each chapter filled with “I love you therefore I accept”.
Today, the sun beamed joyfully,
And the soothing breeze, its whistles of blessings.
Among friends and family, the couple exchanged vows,
Vows that will see them through thick and thin,
Vows that will see two flames joined as one.
And if the numeric ten symbolises perfection in everything,
It couldn’t have been more apt to describe
The wedding of Maurice and Eelyn.
Raffles House @ Fort Canning, October 2010
It’s Zhong Qiu Jie and a double celebration ensued with my dear friend getting married at the Mandai Orchid Garden. Nature was at its best, setting the stage to illustrate the promise that they’ve made – that through gleaming sun and pouring rain, their bond is eternal. Surrounded by family and friends, love and laughter, the newly weds reveled in their own little piece of heaven.
Wishing you both a very happy life together.