before we said I do…part two!








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Photography by Jonah Sun of Blink Photography

Ta-dah! Part two of my pre-wedding shots as promised..I loved shooting with our close friend and the person who introduced me to Nicholas. Thank you for your labour of LOVE, Jonah!

We have many fond memories even after looking at our photos because we had such fun. I still remember how dramatic the first day of the shoot was…with the rain pouring on us when we were wearing our best dress/suit. Did you spot which photo that was? (Hint/Spoiler/Total Giveaway): Nic was holding something colourful!)

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before we said I do…part one

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Photography by Nicole Then
Make-Up by me!

Outfit 1:
Bride wearing Cheongsam with red cape by Time Taken To Make A Dress
Groom wearing Hugo Boss suit

Outfit 2:
Black Dress by Topshop
Pearls set by my mom!

Outfit 3:
White tee by Zara, Denim cut-offs by Topshop and Sneakers by Converse

Nicholas and I are very blessed to have not one but two amazing photographers to take our pre-wedding photos! We would like to share these photos of our pre-wedding shoot with Nicole Then especially to our friends and overseas guests who didn’t get a chance to view it in our wedding album at our wedding.

Part 2 of our wedding photos by our 2nd photographer and close friend soon! ūüôā

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of stripes and staples

Photography by Nicholas Teo

Wearing: Zara striped tee, Exhibit skirt (also as seen here), Topshop ballerina flats, LV Speedy tote, Michael Kors Watch

Nic and I went for our first hotel viewing earlier last weekend and also checked out a¬†bridal studio and somewhere in between these appointments, we took advantage of the strong sunlight available and sneaked in a 5 minute shoot of my outfit.¬† As usual, I was wearing¬†my to-go outfit of stripes & staples…

I have¬†lost count of the number of striped tees, shirts and shorts hanging in my closet. This Zara striped cotton tee is the newest addition to the stripe family. I love that the fabric is thin enough to wear on a hot hot hot day (34deg Celcius!?!) in Singapore and warm enough for a movie date. Although it would have been fun to layer¬†a¬†floral¬†blazer to¬† this outfit, I’m thankful I didn’t¬†lest I¬†faint from the heatwave this June!

The Michael Kors watch is something I decided to treat myself to after lusting for it for so long. I love the gold bling against my fair skin. It’s a simple watch and quite a resistant one too because it endured quite a few hard knocks since I bought it last weekend. This should be my staple time-teller/accessory for now.

Ballerina flats has always been my choice of flat footwear especially when I’m running errands or when I’m too lazy to walk around in heels. I have 5 pairs on heavy rotation and they all look similar with the only difference between the material used (pig skin,¬†calfskin,¬†suede, satin etc). All 5 pairs have bows and they are all black. The other ballerina flats are leopard printed, red bow-ed, and I even have a nude colour-ed pair. I must take a picture of my ballerina flats lined up in a row and you’d see what I mean when I say these flats are a staple.

What I’m eyeing are these great alternative to ballerina flats in the form of¬†white flatforms by Gail Sorronda¬†and these Shakuhachi wedges seen here!

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Wedding Planning: The Venue

Photography by Nicholas Teo

Wearing: Zara Striped Top, Topshop Nautical Shorts, Leather Bag and Arm Party, TOMS shoes

While looking through the archive of pictures we had, we found these photos which were taken at¬†ShangriLa Rasa Sentosa (eeks! this was BEFORE I cut my hair!). We were there to recee the location with some friends as well as consider it as a possible wedding venue. The place is really pretty but we need to look at more locations before deciding! It’s been so fun!

We had a picnic of sorts at one of the table+benches. It was a simple picnic as we took holy communion, indulged in fresh strawberries, grapes and chips. It was truly breathtaking at sunset.

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