back-dated post: 30th October 2010
I have a brother. He's 2 years younger than me, but everyone thought he's my elder brother. I like to think that that's because I look younger *big grin*, but truthfully, that's because he's more mature than me, in speech, behaviour and thinking.
So, last weekend, my brother tied the knot with the lady of his dreams, MY. Which I will blog later. Today's blog entry is about their engagement party on 30th October 2010.
"Welcome to the family, MY. You and my bro really make such a cute couple :-)"
Now for pictures :-)
Here, we were getting ready to leave for the party. Yes, HQ is being cheeky there :-). Barb, can you see those sparkly shoes? Fitted like gloves! How did you guess her size? QQ received many compliments that night and she felt like a princess! Thanks again :-D.
Some of the wedding shots taken by Meg Cheah. Meg is a budding and talented photographer, and also the bride's "chi mui". She's so nice to let me borrow the pictures that she shot. Thanks, Meg :-). MY, the radiant and beautiful bride :-) The wedding registration ceremony: Night shots:
The kids blowing beautiful soap bubbles. QQ (most right) had to change her cheongsam as she poured the whole bottle of soap solution on her dress :-PI must say the party organisers (who were also the owners of the place) were very good in entertaining the kids... lots of kiddos activities plus yummy cakes and treats :-).
Look, beautiful sparkles! But we had to leave when the sparkles were out due to QQ's allergy to smoke... Remember to hop on to Meg Cheah's blog to view more of her beautiful pictures... night and day :-).
You must be wondering... where is this place?!?! Nice right? :-D I was entranced by it as well.
The engagement party was held at sekeping tenggiri. It's a "resort" at a small scale. Just 7 rooms available, but it is the design of the place that makes the place stood out. By the way, it's a bungalow lot in the middle of Bangsar. Very unique architecture, comfortable nature setting, lungs of the city. If there's anyone looking for a place to put up for the night (and they are adventorous), I'll recommend this place :-).
For now, let's leave the newly-weds to ponder upon their beautiful future together :-). Special thanks to:
- sekeping tenggiri
- Meg Cheah
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