We're taking some time-off from shooting...
Thanks for sending us emails and inquiries and I'm feeling so bad for not able to reply all of you with our quotations...as we're taking 1 year off from shooting assignments. As much as I wish to pack up my gear and participating in all the wonderful weddings, I have to take it easy and rest.
Anyway, I will still be around, doing what I love - tapping my fingers on the keyboard, writing new posts and sharing wedding ideas, and also answering your emails if you have any questions. ;) So, do stick around for my next update! :)
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Made these little bowties with my best friend on our small little DIY project last weekend. :) It's made for the best men for my wedding. I Guess it's been ages since we last did such an art work, it would be during our school time, our primary school. With all the painting, flower basket, cross stick work but never to make a bowtie! :D So...we've been researching and coming up with different ideas and finally came out with these pieces. Really appreciate her help!
In case you would like to such bowtie but don't know what and how to start, send me a small note, we'll be more than glad to share! :D
Thursday, January 6, 2011
At each wedding, we see close friends and family members come together helping out and participate in the whole big event in making the day the most memorable one for the groom and bride. It's how we enjoy the process, which contributes partly on why we're taking the journey as wedding photographers. From the early morning preparation till the evening dinner, we get to participate also as guest and documenting the process in our photos. :)
Speaking of process and efforts, we know how Kee Meng and Sharon have been putting their efforts throughout the day. I see how Kee Meng putting in his ideas before doing their casual shooting with us, Sharon busy with the arrangement on the actual day morning, making sure that everything is according as planned. And still staying cool and enjoying the whole process. Only at the end of the day, they told us that they're exhausted while clinging to each other, and then telling us where they're going to for their honeymoon. :) He looked half-sober, but we know how they enjoyed the toasting with friends and family, chit-chatting with friends who came from far for their wedding and to see the smiling faces of their guests, which means they enjoyed as much as they do. :) And the best part is, they went through the whole process, remembering the moments and then being official certified as Mr and Mrs. ;)
The best part of every chinese wedding is...we "yam seng"...
and "yam seng" till the end. :)