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Bridal portraits are a great way to mark the start of a new life together, but for this couple, it also signified the beginning of their two families coming together. We love how they got their parents and siblings involved, plus what better time to get some updated family photos taken as well? Thanks to Jun Wu of LightPixels Pixies for this sweet set of family and bridal portraits.

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Han Zhi: “Our theme for the styled shoot was Family. To us, it was more meaningful to gather our families for this photoshoot as the two of us couldn’t have come so far without their support. A marriage is never only about the two individuals being better together, but the union of two families. It requires more love, more patience and more communication, but it also leads to more joy and happiness, fun and laughter.

“Kiat has three younger brothers while I have three elder sisters; he’s the eldest son while I’m the youngest daughter. Our families are similar in many ways, though it’s obviously a gender showdown between us: four brothers vs. four princesses. Both of us fall nicely between the two families, creating a connection that ties us all together. We switched roles – he became the little brother in my family while I became the big sister to his brothers. Our parents couldn’t be more delighted to have more children (finally, of the opposite gender).

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“We decided that we would all dress in shades of blue and white; it was important that everyone felt comfortable with what they were wearing. We had Common Hands create wooden brooches for our parents, brothers and sisters. They were customised to how we address each other. They were beautifully crafted and Fleurapy added touches of green to the brothers’ brooches. We wanted the sisters to have similar brooches but turned them into floral crown pendants.

“Together with various vendors, we set up a little picnic corner with cakes and desserts, flowers, decorations and food props (by The Joy Troopers) as part of this styled shoot. The props were made up of our childhood memories (lollipops and gem biscuits), our humble dialect origins (dimsum to represent Cantonese; kueh to represent Teochew), and various quotes that were very much close to our hearts. Common Hands also created lighted boxes with customised messages for our night shoot.”

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HAN ZHI & WEI KIAT {Singapore}

Photography by Jun Wu of LightedPixels Pixies / Videography by Hanpin of Chocolate Door / Makeup by Jennifer of iheartblooms / Woodcrafts by Common Hands / Flowers by Pauline of Fleurapy / Cake and Desserts by Annina and Kendra of Susucre / Fairy Lights by Midnight Sparks / Props and Décor by The Joy Troopers / Location Seletar North Link