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December 28, 2011

A touch of retro

Was going through my photo albums…when I came across some pictures I took of my bridal suite at Grand Dorsett Subang. Don’t you think the living hall looks a bit retro-ish?

Living hall of my bridal suite

I’m feeling a bit melancholy now. People keep asking me how married life is. To me, there isn’t much difference since we’ve been dating for more than 8 years before getting hitched. That said, I can’t believe it’s more than a month since we got married…and that year 2011 is about to end! 🙁

Plush bed

Complimentary fruits and chocolates

My walk-in wardrobe with my gowns behind

Yes, I like working in small corners and the wardrobe was perfect for me to get some quiet time from the chaos that day. That’s a picture Christy took of me, when I was working on my wedding vows. LOL

The wedding dinner went well — timing was impeccable thanks to the wedding planning team. As per my instruction, dinner started and ended right on time. A rare thing for Chinese wedding dinners, right? 🙂

11 Responses

  1. Wow, the bridal suite looks so nice!

    1. Bangsar Babe

      I think so too. It’s very spacious! 🙂

  2. i love small but functional spaces. hate big houses.

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Awww….then you might not like the bridal suite at Grand Dorsett.

  3. heheh, but if dinner started on time, wouldn’t the late/tardy guests be dismayed? 😀

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Yup. I made them wait outside the ballroom until I was done with my entrance walk and cake-cutting session. Heh! 😛

      1. Wish all brides were like tht! usually they start 2 hours late. I hate waiting during chinese wedding dinners.

        1. Bangsar Babe

          Waaaa…a bit hard la that one. I’m just very particular about my dinner starting on time. Kekeke

          1. The last wedding I attend, my cousin had us waited for more than an hour for the dinner to start. Pffft, I was so mad that I wanted to get out of there after the exchange of vows, but being a family member meant that I had to stay behind. When it is my time, I will press for punctuality.

            I salute you, Sue Lynn, for your courage! Not many brides will press for punctuality for their wedding dinner.

          2. Bangsar Babe

            Sorry to hear about your experience Ciana. I guess I’m just one of those people who are fed up about waiting super long for wedding dinners to start. That’s why I decided my wedding will be punctual!

  4. carrie

    Hi, the wedding look sglamorous! May I know how much have u spend for the wedding ?

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