Monday, July 28, 2014

So much has changed.

I have so much to write. So much to say. So many memories have been made in the past one month. I have entered into a 'whole new world' - with new horizons to pursue I'll chase them anywhere la la la la.

The transitioning phase was tough for me in the first week.

I was rather emotional about leaving my home to a new home - I cried buckets during the first few days. My friends probably think that I'm being silly because my new home is 5-10 minutes away from my parents' home -_-

…..but it's that familiar comfort that I am having a hard time letting go. It hurts like a bad break up. 

I've been keeping myself 'busy' with our home by focusing on shopping for household items as opposed to crying under my blanket (true story). LOL. 

That aside, I am actually excited about furnishing the house!
I realised that as age catches up, so does the expenses due to the shift in interests.

From clothes to bags to shoes …
to ovens and cake mixers and cupboards and wardrobes.

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I have so many things to write about. Major backlog of events.
Am so happy that this weekend is a long weekend !!!!

One thing's for sure - regardless of whether you're a primary school kid or a working adult - everybody LOVES public holidays wheeeee. 

Some things never do change. I've hated Mondays since I was a kid.

Anyway, I'm going off tangent again as usual.

Time to document my 'ROM' which technically, isn't my 'ROM' because I didn't sign my papers on that day itself. July 5th was our wedding solemnisation @ Sage.

Random fact : Mike asked for my parents' permission for my hand in marriage over lunch @ Sage (without my knowledge, of course).

I truly love the food at Sage. If I could do it all over again, I would want my wedding reception to be at Sage and be over and done with there…but unfortunately, we couldn't have it there as the maximum capacity at Sage is 100 pax.

I downloaded an invite template online and edited the wordings on and sent it to the printing shop.

I deem myself as a relatively frugal bride. Hahaha.
I try to save wherever I can save if I can really help it (or, if I'm not lazy hehe).

Furthermore, we had two events so we had to pay for two separate days (make up artist, flowers, invites, photographer, videographer) hence the need for more frugality. 

We didn't want to squeeze everything in a day because it would have been so stressful and tiring as advised by most of our married friends.

Fresh flowers in my hair.

I didn't have any trial make up or hair session because I didn't want to spend extra unnecessarily.
I used two different make up artists for both events and I had to trust them in entirety.

Mike sent me the pic of the table set up because he arrived there earlier than me and I was curious to see how it turned out,

Very happy with our florist - she did a great job.

Mike has also been buying bouquets of flowers from her for special occasions and I absolutely love her flower arrangements.

With my family

With E4 ;)

With my bridesmaids

With friends // colleagues :)

Can't wait to see the final pictures!

My wedding shoes for the solemnisation

My wedding bouquet

Wedding favours - My grandma spent 2 whole days helping to make Coconut Jam (a.k.a Kaya).

We have been so blessed by everybody's kindness.

Thank God for everybody in our lives who have helped us tremendously (from emceeing to singing to decorating and from even to securing the venue because Sage doesn't do Saturday lunches) and also for all the guests who took the time out of their busy schedules to attend our solemnisation :)

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