As I mentioned before, my little sister got married!
Oooh I just love weddings! And this one was extra special because it involved my one and only sister, a great guy, and all of my family. I was a bridesmaid and part of the wedding party, my 2 sons did a special reading during the ceremony and my youngest son was a ring bearer.
It was such a sweet and fun day… and everyone was giddy with happiness and love!
So as promised, I have a few photos to share.
The photos were taken by Perth wedding photographer Jason Tey, who did an amazing job. When I saw the photos, I squealed with delight upon seeing how pretty my sister looked, how great her husband looked when posing (not awkward or forced), how natural everyone looked, and how the light was captured so… exquisitely!
I love this shot, they totally look like Korean movie stars :)
This pic needs a title like “The Proposal” or “52 Pairs of Shoes” or something like that superimposed on top.
Pretty dresses, sparkly earrings, pretty flowers, pretty hair, glam hair, gorgeous makeup – this is one serious girlyness overload.
From the left, of course that’s me, my sister Christine, and Rui Hsian, who is my sister’s long time friend from high school.
Rui Hsian and I are both married with kids, and while we suspected that our official titles were supposed to be “MATRONS OF HONOUR”, we insisted that everyone called us “The Bridesmaids”.
I’ve had so many people compliment us and ask about our dresses, so I’ll be talking about the dresses in another blog post (this Friday!).
And here we all are. The damn fine looking bridal party at Brookfield Place, in Perth City.
The photographer and videographer followed us all day, from morning till night (9am – 9pm)… and we even traipsed across the city to several locations, just to take special wedding party photos.
It sounds pretty epic and tiring, but we had so much fun, chatting and laughing, and it was all very relaxed and chilled.
Surprisingly the photographer (and videographer) didn’t get in the way at all, they didn’t crowd the space, they weren’t annoying, awkward, pushy or in our faces. They just got on with the things they needed to do, dashing in and out without interrupting our fun.
It was like being on a great big, girly party all day long!