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Our wedding 11 Apr 2011

Posted by cat64fish in Tales from the N2 bar.

Well, we finally tied the knot!

Sealed with a Kiss

It was small affair of just under 100 people, at quaint little restaurant called La Villa, which is part of the Senso group. We had fun during the dinner, drinking (fun fun fun 🙂 ), singing, and (with a little prodding from my DJ cousin) dancing! I’m sure everyone else had a good time too.

The days before the wedding were worrying, what with the daily rains and all, but the Sunday turned out fine – the sun was out most of the day, and the slightly overcast sky in the evening only made the light that much softer.

We had the privilege to work with several very enthusiastic and talented people during our wedding planning:

The JP, Mr Chiang, was extremely patient with us and was very encouraging, especially when Eunice stumbled over her vows due to rising emotions.

Our friends (the wedding troopers) took over the running of the event like the pros that they are (countless organsing workshops and events), which took a load off our hands.

Vera cake
Our gorgeous Vera Wang-like cake from Pau Lin of Crummb;

The bold and bright flower arrangements (just as Eunice requested) from Jason;

My bouquet
The bridal bouquet

Bianca, our bridal car.
The flowers on Bianca

And a very energetic Annette, who took most of the photos I’ve shown here.

Eunice & Jeff { Wedding }
Eunice + Jeffrey {Pre-Wed}
Eunice + Jeffrey {Pre-Wed}
eunice + Jeffrey {Pre-Wed}

Added links:
Siti’s set of photos

Cheers everyone!



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