True love had brought Yao Yang & Ny Na together across the land of Vietnam and Singapore. The two may come from different countries, different set of beliefs and traditions, but the language of love has erased the boundaries; what we saw in them just makes us appreciate how real love works.
When planning a wedding between two different cultures, it is important to embrace both cultures by incorporating ideas and traditions from each. Including aspects from different heritages will make it a very unique affair. Just like how we celebrated Yao Yang & Ny Na’s wedding on 30th May 2013, with a Cross Cultural Twist theme. Read on and find out just how this special wedding affair is made true.
It was a warm sunny afternoon when we welcomed this lovely couple to our studio for their gown fitting session. With a theme to work on, and the surprises that the two had in mind for their guests, it was a breeze for them to pick out their dream gowns and suits.
Now comes the fun part – the actual wedding day! Yao Yang & Ny Na were beautifully dolled up by our makeup artist before exchanging their vows at the Registry of Marriage. The styling for the afternoon ceremony was carefree and graceful.
After the vows exchanging ceremony, it was followed by an evening reception at Peony Jade Clarke Quay.
A roaring applause and cheers from the guests were given to welcome this couple in, wearing the Vietnam wedding costumes with a blend of chinese veil and “xiu qiu”. That is indeed an interesting twist to the usual march-ins! With the unique 1st march-in, how can the 2nd one be the usual? As the infamous ‘Mission Impossible’ soundtrack hits, the dashing agent Yao Yang held on to his bride for the second entrance. Just as everyone was curious what he had in his suitcase, the groom took out a handcuff to cuff his bride. This is definitely mission accomplished for the agent on locking up his love for good. 😉
Check out the highlights of the wedding event specially covered by our Photographer:
} The Louvre Bridal team