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The Wedding At Impiana Casuarina, Ipoh

It is a "gala" night event where a group of ladies gathered for a special wedding!
My sincere Congratulations to the Loving Couple...
 And while waiting for the dinner to commence... 
We the "chee mui-s" started our photographing session!
There was a "potential photographer" to teach us how to pose too! 
hahahahaa...
 CHIJ of the 1977s.....
 
 One of my Besties!!
 We know each other since the early 70s....
 
 And now the wedded couple!
Wish them all the Joy and Happiness....
Every day counts.....
Treasure each moment of life...
Together as One...
God Bless!

Comments

  1. wow, all the beautiful chee-mui's striking a pose there, how gorgeous!! hahaha.. and who were the lovely couple that night?? hmmm, all ladies, but there was a gentleman standing with the ladies in the last photo.. so probably this gentleman and the lady in the center wearing the dark-blue dress?? congratulations~~ :)

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  2. Ooooo...beautiful cake. When are you going to host one wedding banquet like this? Can lor.... Got girlfriend already or not?

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  3. Wah, so beautiful la, all of you, especially you.. Nice cake too.. Real cake at the bottom or just a few pieces? Everyone looks so happy and having lots of fun leh.. Nice..

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  4. Wow, all the beautiful & gorgeous ladies. Nice pose from everyone. Congratulations to the lovely couple. Cheersssssss!!!!!!......

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  5. WOW! WOW! WOW! All of you are so happening! So many poses! Congrats to the happy couple!

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  6. All the chee muis look very foxy!

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  7. wah.......theme is blue and black color ah? Very elegant leh

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  8. Wow!!! that was a grand gala celebration leh. All you "chee mui" are so "leng lui" and so photogenic. This is a wonderful way to meet up old time friends. Oh yes, "Congratulation" to the newly wedded couple.

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  9. What a happy occasion to meet up old and good friends. I love such gatherings.
    I thought one or two of your friends looked familiar.

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