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Sweet Bride On A Sweet Saturday

A wedding I attended on one special Saturday....
A sweet friend of mine got married...
No, my friend is not in her 50s.. hahaha..
There she is... 
THE SWEET BRIDE...
Walking down the aisle ...
Showing her appearance...
While her husband was serenading a song to her... 
So romantic!
 I stood by here... waiting for my turn to be serenaded...
unfortunately no one did ... 
Except for the Ipoh "Elvis Presley" but then... 
He was not serenading to me but to everyone in the hall.... LOL...
Ipoh Elvis... crooning many oldies but goldies!
"Its Now Or Never......come hold me tight...."

And now for some "celebrity" pictures... ahemmmm..

The Bride's Mother... 
 Elin and her beloved....WB!
RC and AS
 Elin, RC, AS and JL...

Together with the lovely wedded couple and friends...
 Food pictures were highly "ignored" that night...
All we had was a night full of laughter and fun....

Comments

  1. Wah...beautiful bride. Y some pic seems stretch geh? Or is it my phone?

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  2. i agree with small kucing the bride looks pretty and the happiness shows on her smile

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  3. That man does look like Elvis Presley at a quick glance. I love the red lace dress and you look good with it. "Ang ang bo hai lang".

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  4. Wah! So ang, like a bride. You did not go up and sing kah? How can? Bet you can do better than that Elvis impersonator.

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  5. errrr, you stretch your photos longer?? hahaha, looked so slim after the stretch lor :p

    hahahaha, bored of taking photos of wedding dishes right?? cos most of them are similar.. better chit chat with friends lah, certainly you met up a lot of those whom you did not keep in touch..

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  6. kathy: heheh...not your phone la.. my paint gadget...


    mecoy: romantic!

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  7. sharon: yes, i agree!


    irene: ang ang hor.. yeah.. i realize very ang..

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  8. stp: aiyah.. no kaki la... how to sing!


    sk: yes, u r very right.. i stretched them.. hahaha.. next time better dont stretch so much.. want to look slimmer also cannot.. hahaha..

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  9. You didn't snap Elvis further down meh? He was wearing blue suede shoes leh. Sweet bride!

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  10. lovely couple and and wonderful friends too..

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  11. Claire, you look beautiful in the red dress. You could compete with the bride for beauty. She is also very beautiful. My nephew married a Chinese girl, and in China they were red wedding dresses. So white for Ipoh?

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  12. bananaz: really meh.. missed that!


    wenn: yes.. true...


    ginny: No, wedding or dinner gowns depend on each individual.. no specific colour..

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  13. Congrats to that lovely couple. The bride is very pretty.

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  14. Sometimes, laughter is best medicine than taking all sort of food photos...

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  15. Got chance to see Elin face...

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  16. When will be your turn to host a dinner like this? Wink! Wink! Hurry! Hurry! LOL!!!!

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  17. When will be your turn to host a dinner like this? Wink! Wink! Hurry! Hurry! LOL!!!!

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  18. Why never introduced the bride to me earlier??

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  19. angeline: yes...she is very sweet... yes..that is elin too..


    stp: wink wink... so who is the faster one..


    chris: she can call u Uncle liow!! hahaha...


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  20. haha is okay the food would be almost the same afterall. =p

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  21. Congratulations to the pretty bride!!

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  22. henry: yes.. almost more or less...


    sweetwitch: thank you on behalf.. :)

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  23. Claire, you looks pretty on the 'ang ang' dress.

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  24. The bride really looked stunning and beautiful. Where is the groom's photo?

    You pandai to make your photos thin! LOL

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  25. Ling: not so mang, right? hahaha..


    TM: got groom pic at the last one.. just stretch a bit to make myself taller and slimmer but then very artificial.. hahaha...

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