May 27, 2012 § Leave a comment
It all started with boy hating girl, and vice versa.
But when the whole class needed to submit a difficult project, everyone worked together to churn the report out. Coffee sessions and dinner dates followed, ‘liking’ each other just happened. Eight years down the road, the sparks are still as strong and solemnisation finally took place.
Eight months later, we are here with live size cutouts, photo props, great outfits and amazing company. Did i mention that i love the bouquets of tulips and calla lilies? And our outfits? =)
The enthusiastic band of brothers doing the Yum seng! (Cheers!)
May 19, 2012 § Leave a comment
Oh dear, I’ve abandoned this little spot for almost 3 weeks.
I’m back as Mrs Tan Tan. Our wedding lunch went really well. We owe this to the amazing brothers and sisters who’ve helped us make everything smooth. Although there were tonnes of traditional dos and don’ts, we still had so much fun!
Pictures speak a thousand words, how about i share a couple of teaser photos while waiting for the full official photos from my photographer Tucky. =) Stay tuned.
April 29, 2012 § 2 Comments
February 12, 2012 § Leave a comment
I’m glad our solemnisation, tea ceremony and wedding lunch are all on different days. This arrangement actually gives us time to prepare at our own snail pace. =) Recently we settled alot of stuff – suits, gowns, flowers, dates & timing for carrying out traditional processes. We are only down the fun bits like the gate-crashing session, photo booth at the banquet and of course, our honeymoon!
I’ve been getting alot of help online with the fun stuff. Style Me Pretty has a beautiful collection of real weddings which can be really inspirational. Simply love the outdoor weddings (esp at the vineyards) and all the creative little touches the couples put effort in. And if you are interested to get some ideas or just to feast your eyes on the awesome photography, Bride Tide has 99 more blogs to do all that. Enjoy! And if you have any tips, do share! =)
November 13, 2011 § Leave a comment
Bangkok is beautiful (minus the recent floods), however,there are many parts we’ve not explored. During my recent trip, i believed i was in Tuscany more than in BKK. Yes, i was in Tuscany.
In the nice little town of Suan Phueng, surprises await you at every corner. The town is so local that there’s hardly any signs in English. Away from the city, its a great place to chill out with some friends. And thankfully, the people i went with were crazy fun! I’ve authentic Thai food, yes, lots of tom yam soup. I’ve crossed paths with childhood characters, super retro finds and amazing candles. Everything’s pretty old here, but fun. I’ve some slippery adventures at the waterfall too.
And if it wasn’t for the bugs, it would have been a great picnic spot by the 9-steps waterfall. I’m glad i brought my insect repellent.
2 days here – mission accomplished!
Shopping in the city somehow seem better in Bangkok this time. Biggest loot: my eyes! 9 months worth, thank you.
Another take away was a stunning place Dale’s friend brought us to dinner at, the best description for it would be – Dempsey setting (or nicer) with yummy food at Chinatown pricing. Desserts were just as yummy. Waterside Resort, we’ll be back for sure! (Apologise for the slight blurness – pictures were taken with the iPhone.)
The weather was merciful with no signs of water coming in as per warnings in the news. Was really thankful that everything went smoothly for us. Hang in there Bangkok!!
September 18, 2011 § Leave a comment
I’m just gonna pick 2 that sticks out the most.
1. My Happily Ever After happened in a humble little place, and went pretty smooth too. Although there’s abit of getting use to for my family after that. Photos speaks a thousand words, when they are ready, I’ll share some online. Many thanks to my guests for sharing the special moment with us.
2. Raise your glasses! A smaller but happy thing happened – Oktoberfest at Swiss Club. Traditionally, it was just the two of us dancing on the bench. This year, a few great friends joined us in this and it was a blast! You really don’t have to go to Munich to enjoy this. Wooohooo! Will be back next year for more food and songs. Someone mentioned a mini-bus? Louis?
More stuff coming up in the next few weeks, they will be smooth sailing. Yes, they will.