Yuen and Cheng went back to their hometown of Gopeng to shoot their bridal portraits, which totally made sense. Why would couples choose random locations for their photoshoots when they can go back to the place where their earliest memories and first promises were made?
Nadia and Sazman’s wedding celebration was cosy and warm, filled with photo frames, candles and flowers. Among the most memorable moments were the speeches, especially the one given by Nadia’s dad, and the groom’s sweet and hilarious closing poem, The Chronicles of Nadia.
The couple’s wedding song was central to everything. “Just like the song, I knew I wanted us to have a beautiful, romantic night that was full of heart,” said the bride. The lyrics of Somebody Loved by The Weepies were also printed on hand fans along with the table numbers.
To me, it’s just a fun event to honour your commitment to each other in front of loved ones. If you remember that, you won’t be so stressed when things don’t work out perfectly. After all, the marriage itself is what’s most important, so never lose sight of that.”
Photography by Anna-Rina / Videography by Eddie Lee Videography / Venue Bukit Kiara Equestrian Club, Kuala Lumpur / Number of Guests 200 / Wedding Coordination by Alin Anuar / Bride’s Shoes by Zang Toi / Hair and Makeup by Elaine and Scott / Groom’s Attire by Fit & Match / Flowers and Décor by FluffandStuff / Wedding Favours by Kaleidoscopes / Wedding Cake by FluffandStuff / Art and Stationery by FluffandStuff
Many are the men who love fast cars and motor racing, but few (and lucky!) are those who find wives that share their passion. The fact that Claire was onboard to do a photoshoot like this with Paul makes this worth sharing.