Had an incredibly time in Melbourne, I love that place. Fresh air, fun people, and coffee on every corner. For the first couple of days back in HK I kept expecting to turn around and be back in Mel and Steve’s place, and now I’m left feeling kind of heartbroken. Guess I didn’t realize how much I’d missed everyone over there.
The wedding was fantastic, everything was so beautiful and everyone including myself had such a fantastic time. Mel and Steve were the most gorgeous bride and groom!
The night before the wedding Mel, Mom and I stayed in a boutique hotel. We got a balcony suite furnished with “historic Asian furniture”, which was awesome even though I was too scared to touch any of it. In the morning the bridesmaids joined us along with Mary and Sarah (Steve’s mom and sister) to get our hair and make-up done. The three stylists/artists made pretty good time, getting nine of us done within five hours. The boys got ready in Steve’s parents’ place, apparently their morning involved putting their suits on and watching a lot of cricket.
We were delivered to the church in white Rolls Royces. The ceremony itself was lovely. Mel and Steve chose a great church, it was so much more comfortable than I’d expected. It was such a touching scene to be a part of and a quite a few eyes teared up, most noticeably the groom’s. Aww!
After the ceremony we had a couple of photo shoots around the city and then at Quat Quatta, the reception venue. A few scans of the professional photos:
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