Monday, June 11, 2012

Joyce's Wedding

I just returned from attending a niece's wedding in Singapore.

We took an Air Asia flight to the island city. By the time the plane landed at Changi airport, it had started to rain, bringing much relief to the hot weather.

Kristina Boarding The Plane
Pic By Ordinary Malaysian
Joyce's wedding to Desmond took place in a simple church ceremony in a hall in Capella Hotel, Sentosa Island. Guests from all over the world (mostly from the groom's side), from the US, Australia, Europe, Vietnam and Malaysia had turned up for the wedding.

The Bride Waiting To Be Photographed
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Bride's Family And Friends Waiting For The Groom's Entourage To Arrive
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                                         The Simple Church Ceremony


Bride And Groom Exchanging Marriage Vows
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The Beautiful And Radiant Bride And The Handsome Groom
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 A traditional Chinese tea ceremony was also held after the marriage ceremony.


Waiting For The Tea Ceremony To Begin
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The Tea Ceremony In Progress
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Mother And Daughters Posing For A Picture
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Family
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Sister had treated us to a delicious Chinese dinner the evening before the wedding

Waiting For Dinner To Be Served
Pic By Ordinary Malaysian

I am no food critic, but I enjoyed the dinner very much, except for the noodle dish. Below are some pictures of the food.

Yummy Chicken Dish!
Pic By Ordinary Malaysian

Pak Choy, Soft Tuofu And Inoki Mushroom In Oyster Sauce
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Rosy's Precocious Daughter Who Is Equally At Home With The iPad As She Is With Her Cuddly Penguin  Dolls
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We had earlier been sent a beautiful wedding invitation.

The Beautiful Invitation Card
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