One of my ex-college mates got married yesterday. Now based in Sydney but came back for the holy matrimonial. This post is specially dedicated to many ex-college mates that didn’t manage to go to the wedding and also for those that Alex couldn’t contact. It’s been a long while, lost touch with many people.
Was invited to his wedding. We’ve not seen each other since 2003(if I recall correctly). Only stayed in touch via Friendster and later Facebook. After 7 years, finally see him in person.
The theme colour was purple. Judging from the decorations.
The bride and groom and parents. There’s live performance greeting the guests at the entrance last night.
The stage and the main table.
Left: We asked for some photos for keepsake. These were what we got.
Right: The happy bride and groom led by a saxophone player during their grand entrance. Alex managed to strike a pose for my camera. The good thing about sitting very near the entrance even though we were sitting at the second last table ;p
Left: Cut the cake after grand entrance. There’s the saxophone player. Thank goodness it’s not a typical Chinese wedding banquet. There were live band, ballroom dancing, live singing, and “Elvis”. There was also dance floor for those who wanted to dance but not many danced except when Jambatan Tamparuli was sang, they danced the Sumazau as the bride is from Sabah.
Right: Kheng Guan and I.
Left: Kueh Liong, Hok Shieh, Kiong Kong, and I. Haven’t seen them for ages too. Since 2003 too.
Right: Raymond and wife. If his wife didn’t attend the wedding, I would be the only rose at our table hehehe…
Left: Wedding favour, tealight candle. Came in many colours.
Right: Our one and only and last photo before my camera’s battery went flat. Lucky to have this shoot. 2 people didn’t come so there were only 7 of us. Supposed to have 9 people.
Didn’t mange to take most of the food photos because my camera ran out of power, so there’ll be no post about food.
If not for the IELTS test yesterday morning, I would be at their church wedding too.