The bride, Nik Azura (Nikky or Azura), and the groom, Erwan, looked amazing on both nights but of course Nikky was the centre of everyone's attention. Be prepared to be mesmerised while viewing these pictures*.
Theme Underwater Cinderella
The bride and groom with the groomsmen
The breathtakingly beautiful bride in her first dress of the night
The exchanging of wedding gifts from the groom to the bride and vice versa
A pose with the bridesmaids
Elegant 'mermaid bride' in her second dress of the night
The Wedding Reception | 11 July 2010
Theme Kesultanan Melayu Melaka (Traditional Royal Malaccan Kingdom)
The reception hall was decorated with all things traditional - Malaysian fruit centrepieces, dangling golden leaves, olden day-inspired umbrellas
The bride is on her way
Walking down the aisle
A queen awaiting her king. In the Malay culture, the bride and groom are considered king and queen of the day
"I'm almost there, honey!"
"Finally with my beautiful queen."
By far the best traditional Malay food I have ever tasted
Sautéed bananas with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce. Absolutely delish.
Notice the colour co-ordination? It was a total coincidence!
Sha Bella with Ella Bella
Yay, a picture with the king and queen!
(Why do I have the darndest feeling that all of us ladies were wearing 'Ruby Woo' by MAC?)
At the end of the night I remembered thinking, "Wow, Nikky's married now.... it doesn't feel like it was too long ago when she was my senior in high school." Time really does fly and understandably, the most popular question directed towards the eligible bachelors and bachelorettes at the reception was - "So when are you getting married?"
Selamat Pengantin Baru. Semoga bahagia ke anak cucu.
*Some pictures are courtesy of Ella Bella. Thank you!