Till Death Do Them Part

It’s been 3 years since i joined SONS, and I’ve played in numerous weddings, full moons and sorts. It’s usually the same thing over and over again (heck, even the songs don’t change) but today…today, it was different.

It was the most perfect wedding i’ve been to.

A wedding any couple would dream of.

The groom was obviously rich, and the dad is quite well known (ex head of Sarawak Vetinary Association) and mother involved in timber.

Today was also the first time we played in a quartet before orchestra during dinner.

And what’s more, Kuching is getting smaller by the second. Lots of familiar faces, but obviously, they don’t read my blog, because if you remember, i stated that if you see me there, pretend you don’t know me. (=

But my cousin happened to be one of the photographers and he came and took soooooo many upclose pictures while i was performing. -_-”

I don’t know how to explain it, but you could feel the love in the air, and it’s one of the very few weddings where the couple actually took their first dance together. My heart literally melted. :S

So, have you guys thought about your wedding? I’m sure it’s crossed your mind before.

Many people told me that i’ll make a good wedding planner *hint hint* because i’ve been to so many weddings and i know what could possibly go wrong.

Once, when the MC told the couple to cut the cake, the groom actually mouthed to the MC “It’s fake! It’s fake!” You know hotels which uses fake wedding cakes? Yeah. Usually only a part of it is real…but it so happened that the whole thing was fake so they couldnt cut it. -_-”

Then you know sometimes, they have this stand with flowers and a candle right on top? There was once when the thing caught fire and the waiter poured some juice or something over it. Again, -_-”

So yeah, how will your wedding be?

Just you and your loved one somewhere far away? At the beach? With only close relatives and friends?

Or a hugeeeeee and grand wedding?

Or something moderate, but well planned and executed?

Having been to so many weddings, i’ve always imagined mine to be simple but sweet. Traditions and customs must be followed though.

And at the reception dinner, i’d decorate the stage white/silverish. White soft linens covering the stage, with rose petals scattered around. No balloons within reach, please. Then perhaps a touch of metalic colors here and there.

Then i’ll break away from the traditional “The Wedding” song, and use another song for the walk in part. Perhaps, “Forever in Love”? And the first dance shall be with the song “I’ll Be” by Edwin McCain. You watch Cinderella Story by Hillary Duff? Yeah. Just like that.

And please, no memalufying YUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUM SENG! (Cheers!) So annoying can? 

Oh. And my significant other MUST NOT and CANNOT get drunk also! Memalufying indeed.

Ok, maybe it isn’t exactly that simple after all.

But a girl can always dream…

8 thoughts on “Till Death Do Them Part

  1. 😀 Never thought about mine, but I know it’ll be something simple and special to the both of us. Then again, it all depends on how she wants it too 🙂 Give and take.

  2. Hmm, i would keep my wedding small and simple… nothing too fancy or overly-done. Ahahahaa… not a big fan of huge celebrations… ahahahhaa…
    and of course, big no-no to memalufying yam seng…

  3. Haha, nice to know that someone agrees with me. YAAAAAM SENG! Likewise, remember to invite me to ur wedding! Have a few tables dedicated to bloggers tsk tsk

  4. oi… pic#1 and #3 cannot see larrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


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