Theirs may just be the most unconventional, or most uncomplicated Singaporean wedding I've attended. Groom can't see the bride until they're walking down the aisle? Naaaah.😜 But the number one lesson I've learnt from the weddings I've covered: The bride and groom have got to be comfortable with whatever they've decided to go with. I'm glad that's how Angie and Zheng Hao went with theirs, and it sounded like their guests were pretty impressed too. 😊
And I wanted to add: I really love the lace bow detail on Angie's dress!
@orangiecat and @choo.zheng.hao on their happy day! Welcome to the family, Zheng Hao. 😀
So that I can't be accused of dehumanising our well-groomed groom for cutting off his face (height difference naaaay), here's a second pic of them cheerfully leaving home for the wedding venue.
Angie's beautiful dress is a custom by @ongshunmugam and Zheng Hao's cool pants are from Muji. This is not a lookbook so I shall stop name dropping now. 😆
One more photo to go and I shall leave the rest of the shots to the couple to post up or hide, as they wish.
@choo.zheng.hao and his zany bowtie on the afternoon of his and @orangiecat's wedding. 😍 Thank you for giving us the honour of witnessing your fantastic day through our lenses!
They'd knitted the bow in @noxyarnco's Sugar Hiccup on her tweed base, which I'd gifted to Angie for her birthday or something. (Yep managed to squeeze in some yarny stuff even for this. 😆) Yay.
Photo may have been by @yeokaiwen or myself because we were sharing one of his cameras by the end of the wedding.