Thinking about marriage? Not yet. Still too young. A long way to go before that happens. But it was on Boxing Day (26 December) in Singapore that my cousin sister (the bride), Jessica tied the knot with her fiance, Mr Kenneth Lee.
The chi-muis (sisters) arrived long before the groom came. The groom arrived just before 8.30am to fetch the bride. Then, the usual "boy-girl war-like negotiations" happened at the front door. For the man, it was really tough to get through ... as he had to sing romantic songs, read poetic words, dance like a Hawaiian, and more importantly he had to show his love sincerity to the bride. In the end, the groom passed all obstacles with flying colours and he kissed the bride !
The groom's heng-tais (brothers) finding love ! Can they kiss the bride just like the groom? Only for this camwhore session at Jessica's new home in Toa Payoh, Singapore.
Brothers and sisters posed together. Just look at the groom's face and you'll know that he's a jovial boy. And what does that face mean?
Leaving the new home for the groom's family home by an antique Rolls-Royce. Must be the most attractive car on the road that day.
Moving from one place to another is not simple task, especially on this rainy day. Now the cham cha (tea-drinking) ceremony takes place at the bride's family home in Jurong East, Singapore.
The bride Jessica and her immediate as well as extended family members came together after the tea-drinking ceremony. The morning seesion ended here at around 1.oo noon.
The extended family during the solemnization ceremony before dinner at The Raffles Club.
The yum seng ceremony that marks the climax of the very successful evening dinner. Both the bride's family and the groom's family thanked all relatives and friends who attended.
The couple's reserved room for that night was among the best I ever seen. It features an in-room jacuzzi spa by the bedside and a heating room attached.
Lovely morning, lovely night ... Good night to the newly-wed couple and all of you !
Note: Post published today, January 11. Shoutout: Year-in-Review 2006 post postponed to a further date. I'm moving to Australia for studies next month. Have a nice day =)