Most bridal couples would have done a separate tea ceremony and wedding for either side of the family, but this groom knew it would mean a lot to his wife-to-be if he did this, and he wanted to honour both sets of parents. So he brought the entire bridal party with him on an unforgettable adventure to Kuala Lumpur and back to Singapore. We have to agree with Milan Teh – the bride in her wedding gown on the plane with the entire bridal party is rather cool. Thanks, Rekord Haus, for the awesome video as well!
Nigel: “The most amazing part of our wedding ceremony was when we were on the plane from Malaysia to Singapore, all dressed up, with 22 friends and relatives! I wanted to do this because I knew it would mean a lot to Elaine to start this special day where she grew up, and travel to the place where we met and fell in love. It became even more special when our family and friends were also a part of it. It was such a joy to share this moment with them, disregarding the distance between the two countries.
“In most Chinese weddings, time is of the essence on the actual wedding day. Ours was made possible by detailed planning, the help and cooperation of all family members, friends, photo and film crew teams, and of course, punctual flights.”