Saturday, February 23, 2013

Wedding bells for Fel!

And so i am back to blogging!

Apologies for taking such a long break, but yup back with lotsa backlogs!

So what's new in town now? let's see... Candy Crush, Ah Huat white coffee, Ah boys to men 2... and a new MRS!

Fel was my year 1 classmate cum groupmate and we have maintained a steady contact over the years after graduation. It came as a surprise when i was invited to be one of the Jie Meis, little grumbles here and there at first but eventually all turn out nice and sweet! A generous bride i must say, our bridesmaid dresses cost $169 each which she absorbed the $69 for each of us. On top of that, she threw in evening gowns for all jie meis and got a tip off that it costs $100 per pc! We appreciate her generosity like how she appreciate our efforts=)

So the second time being a Jie Mei (first experience dedicated to Mingli), I have a better idea of what to and what not. Our air stewardess bride has gotten an array of disgusting insects-related-food from London to prepare for the gate crashing part. i am so glad i was the jie mei instead of xiong di!

 In order to save some time, we had all the suan tian ku la (sour, sweet, bitter and spicy) to be included into one sandwich so that we have more time to get ang pow LOL!
(Traditionally, groom has to taste the 4 flavours of life before fetching the bride on their wedding day, depicting the endurance and determination to stay together throughout different tastes of life from then onwards)

The auspicious Long Feng candles (Dragon and Phoenix candles) that light up the morning

Yes! That's the bride! After finishing her make-ups, shang tou (little joke: the mum woke up late and only remember to shang tou when she had done the make up and all. hehe no sweat! still completed the proces!)

With all the hoo haa, the groom finally fetched his wife in their little cutesy Volkswagen!!! 

Tiring day for the bride, she smiled to a default expression after few hours! gosh i can so imagine how i will look when it's my turn in December

so the tea ceremony went on and we headed straight to the hotel to freshen up. I went home to get some stuff instead and before we knew it, we've got to start decorating the recept area with the sweet little crafts that Fel had bought/made. Forgot to snap a picture of the area but i swear they look good:)

The lollipop cakes that i recommended Fel! (did an event prior to her wedding and we got customized pops for the show, thought they were quite cute)

Me and Swee Kee, my first friend in HTM, met at TCC (Temasek Convention Centre) 

The Bedok campers

Happy Three Friends!

Hello pal! long time no see:)

The girls power! Sheryl and Jean

Lastly, the group photo of HTMers.  It was nice to catch up with these batchmates and exchange the updates of each other. Proud of you guys who have done HTM proud=) To end off, HTM OEI!!

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