As you can see from their title, they are not only a pair of lovebirds, they are also a pair of doctors. Also a pair of doctors who has "fun" in their dictionary. Look how they performed their dance during the reception you'll know they are such a sport. Apart from that, Sri is also specialise in technical stuff whereby he owns a website to which he published this write-up on technica gadgets. I remember during our meet-up, we spend more time talking and discuccing about the latest gadgets than his wedding..
Thina and Dashni's wedding were held in Seremban. The hotel is somewhere near Seremban's Terminal 2. The entrance and hall were so beautifully decorated that no one will even notice the upper part of the hotel is actually still under renovation..haha..This proved that weddings contributed alot in hotel industries. However, let us concentrate on Thina's mega watt smile and the dashing Dashni to feel the joy of their wedding ceremony and reception.
It was a quiet morning. No hustle bustle or people running around hurrying to get ready. Everything was calm and serene while Rachel took her time to be primed by her beautician. Everything was so relax and almost carefree as she just got herself ready and went downstairs to meet her parents for blessings. Then off they went to the church to join the awaiting groom's entourage. Though Rachel seems tranquil, however Roy was more anxious when the wedding march begun. The moment he saw Rachel, he was all smiles.
After kissing my wife goodbye, I told her i'll mostly probably be back the night itself although the wedding reception was in Kuantan. So, off I went to Sri Petaling to kick start the day's assignment in See Yunn's house. Then to Hung Yee's house in Kuantan after the tea ceremony. About almost the end of the reception, I have at my watch. Well the time is not so late, whereby I can still drive back . However, some thoughts of stories I've heard about the Karak Highway...hmmm..After the assignment, I gave my wife a ring informing her I'll only be back the next day..ahaha..chicken out!!
All this while I thought only chinese newly weds will frequent or have their dinner reception at Thean Hou Temple. Upon reaching the temple multi-purpose hall on the 2nd level, the grand architecture was grandly decorated as well. By the looks of it, I thought to myself it must be Ghana's creation. It was so majestically done, even during Murali and Sharma's entrance to the reception hall was lead by professional dancers. The bride and groom were truely treated like the "King and Queen for a day".
The moment I arrived at the temple where the wedding ceremony was held, the makeshift mandap caught my attention. It looked normal, just like the rest but somehow something was different. At the moment, I couldn't figure out what was the difference and also not much time to twitch my brain. Moreover the ceremony went on smoothly without any fuss. A few weeks later when I delivered the photos to the newly wed, I was told by Sukumar that the wedding hall decorator actually forgotten to place a makeshift stage for the mandap and they have to make do with a carpet and 'tikar' during the ceremony haha.. now I know what was missing.
Sometimes, we really couldn't deny the power of fate. Wallace, all the way from New Zealand, came to work in Australia. That's where he met Gayathri who's from Malaysia. Not only are they from two sides of the world, totally different culture too. And they are now united in a very meaningful nuptial. Fated isn't it.
What caught my eyes was the sparkling pair of very uniquely crafted rings which bear the symbol "C" and "R" for Christopher and Rena respectively. How thoughtful and meaningful. At the wedding, I met Suresh & Dorin, my ex-client back in 2009, and their two children in tow. Even so, the light hearted Dorin didn't missed the bouquet tossing moment and even got the flower. Haha..because of her, we have to do it second time.