Sunday, May 23, 2010

I am going to get married!

Well, maybe not.

But a girl can dream!

Spent last night browsing through Wedding Guide Asia, and now I am floating on a cotton candy cloud, swathed in a fluffly layered gown, dreamy with ideas of love and romance, and have my head filled with wedding favors, cupcakes, centerpieces and whatnots.

I cannot begin to tell you how all these happy pictures of dancing guests, kissing wedded couples, breathtaking floral bouquets and jubilant toasting makes a girl go 'awwwww'. And also make us want to get married. Like NOW NOW NOW. Haha.

Before I show you some of my favorite pictures from the site, coincidentally, I have some wedding-related news to share with you all! No la, no ring on my finger the last I checked. But well, some of you might remember me gushing on and on about my ex-colleague's wedding sometime in September (the first ever wedding of a friend's that I am attending! What to do, all my friends are commitment phobic, haha).

Guess what. He just asked me to be the emcee for his wedding. -__-

Wait, you haven't heard the punchline yet. He wants me to emcee... in Chinese.


I will be doing it with another colleague of mine, who will be hosting in English (whereas I will handle the Chinese presentation),'cause he's a total banana. So I got the worse end of the deal. -_-

They tried to assure me that whatever impromptu banter can be done in English. And yes, I know I have impressive wit and the ability to think on my feet...*cough* But to do so in Chinese??? REALLY???

Sigh, the things I do for a friend.

I gave my ex-colleague a semi-consent, 'cause it was hilarious watching him trying to persuade me to take up the job. We were at drinks on Friday, and he managed to twist everything back to the emcee job, bless his soul.

I guess it will be fun. The wedding will be at Capella Singapore, which is only the newest, most luxurious hotel in Singapore.

The bridal suite-- where the bride will be getting ready, chit-chatting with her bridesmaids to sooth her nerves etc.

Apparently the ballroom will be looking over the the South China Sea.... How gorgeous is that! Don't really think I should be passing up a chance like that....

And please don't judge me, but the first thing that came into my mind when he asked me to be the emcee was "Omg, what am I going to wear???" with pictures of strapless gowns, toga dresses, silks, satins, lace, colors of rich plums, pale lavender, baby pink streaking through head. Heh.

Anyway, back to the Wedding Guide Asia, below are some of the articles that caught my eye!





Now if you will excuse me, I have a groom to catch.


mustardqueen said...

tsk the brides are all not normal looking lor, their occupations are MODEL wtf -_-

mustardqueen said...

OH OH maybe u can get some tips from Ye Ye as emcee in chinese WTFFFFFF and sing negaraku after ur drunk wtf

fourfeetnine said...


the thought of marriage makes me feel like the walls are closing in WTF. the only thing i'm looking forward to is the wedding photoshoot though <3

ally said...

I HELP! *flips open phone book for eligible men

revel in me said...

mustardqueen: Got some normal people la... But YA they are all gorgeous! T_T HAHHAAHAH good idea maybe I should prank the groom that way!

Oh wait. He already told me no alcohol for me until AFTER the event. -_-

fourfeetnine: HAHHAHHA YESS at my aunt's (i.e. his daughter) wedding! SUPER HILARIOUS. Haha, only the wedding excites me! The marriage part, not so much. *commitment phobe*

ally: Fasterrr!! *drums fingers on table top*

KITMEY said...


oops i mean, i dont mind getting married.. soon .......... lol.

The Faux Fashionista said...

I love Wedding Guides Asia! But it's all so atas la...and I agree, all the brides are not normal looking -__-

xiang yun said...

I love wedding photography! If you do as well, head to >> they have loads of wedding pictures, simple yet cute wedding shoots and ideas :)