It finally their big day! Tsae Yng and Curtis had their engagement session done back in July. They are a wonderful couple to work with, always smiling and full of laughter. They also hosted a celebration dinner just the night before, and they are up again a few hours later before the crack of dawn – for Tsae Yng to do her make up while Curtis did some touch up on the car’s decorations.
As Tsae Yng is an avid dancer, she had commissioned her dance shoemaker to make her a pair of bridal shoes. The result is a beautiful pair of shoe with sturdy heel.
Throughout the day, Tsae Yng and Curtis was accompanied by a ‘tai kum jie’. A ‘tai kum jie’ is a chaperone who helps the bride and groom adhere to Chinese wedding traditions. She says the nicest words and kept everyone in laughters, especially during the tea ceremony. A Chinese tea ceremony is usually held at the bride’s and groom’s house. Sometimes, it is also held at the dinner venue. One very unique part of their wedding is the tea ceremony held at a temple. Tsae Yng’s mentor is a monk and she wanted to get his blessings as well.
Both Tsae Yng and Curtis have large extended families. Just look at the number of the guests invited to their wedding dinner!
A short speech is a good speech; and the groom’s father did just that – a short but lively speech, wishing the newly-weds a happily ever after.