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Irene’s Solemnisation at Yum Cha Chinatown

Having over 250 members in my subscribers’ list provided me with this opportunity to make new friends, both brides and grooms. These friends have been supporting me all the way, providing me more wedding info for other brides.

I have this friend, Irene who is really very nice and she allowed me to share her wedding photos of her solemnisation at Yum Cha in Chinatown, Singapore.

I remembered during our earlier email correspondence and she was looking for some layouts of Yum Cha but couldn’t find any.

So she thought that her photos will be very helpful for brides who may be looking for venues for solemnisation and are considering Yum Cha.

I would like to thank her for her sharing.

Here are her photos of her solemnisation.

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Marriage Advice from Solemniser

As Featured On Ezine Articles

Wedding ceremony and celebration is just a moment of happiness.

wedding couple
from dk186.tripod.com

Marriage is for eternality.

During courtship, when the couple is staying in different homes, there is no overlapping of personal space and privacy.

Couples, at this point in time, may only see the good points of each other.

They are still in the honeymoon phase of their relationship.

It is only after marriage, when both are sharing the same room, the same bed and the same house, there is intrusion of personal space and discomfort may arise.

Many married couples ask why it is that their partners had more flaws after getting married.

In fact, their partners did not changed. What had changed is their own perception on each other.

Expectations had increased. Tolerance level towards each other had dropped. There is less forgivings and understandings. There are lots more of “You should be this and that.” and “You must be like this or that.”

wedding couple
from guardianmedia.net.au

After getting married, one should be able to focus more on the partner’s strengths and move along in life. Focusing only on weaknesses and flaws are like slow poison to their relationship.

The Solmeniser shared another interesting story:
“There was once a husband who told the wife to burn the certificate of marriage.
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Wedding Solemnisation

This was my first time to have gone through a Buddhist Solemnisation.

It was held at Marina Mandarin Singapore.

Wedding Programme Schedule for Solemnisation:
1. Guests to be seated at 6pm sharp/ all lay out to be done
2. MC announced the purpose of gathering today
3. Singers sang a love song to the wedding couple
4. MC announced the march in (in sequence) of the groom’s parents, bride’s parents, solemniser and the wedding couple
5. Wedding Vows
6. Words of gratitude from newly wed to parents
7. Words of advice and blessings from bride and groom’s parents
8. Word of gratitude from newly wed to relatives and friends

The past solemnisation I had attended was either done at the Registry of Marriage or in churches.
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Wedding Photos taken By Me

I have been receiving emails asking me to quote a price for photoshoots (mostly outdoor)

I am really thankful for the trust and confidence my readers have on me.

I still feel my photography skill is not very good yet.

Anyway, this post is to re-feature the photos I took for my pretty cousin during her solemnisation.

You can vote for the photos on the left sidebar.

Wedding Vows…what happen after that?

” I _____, take you ______, to be my wedded wife/husband. To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish ’till death do us part. And hereto I pledge you my faithfulness. ” – from myweddingvows.com

wedding vow

Yesterday, I attended my cousin’s solemnisation. The words that the solemniser said and the wedding couples repeated and vowed their life to them sounded so familiar.

I’m sure every married couple who went through the solemnisation do in some ways, still remember certain part of this marriage vow.

Let’s take a closer look at the marriage vows again – “To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish ’till death do us part. And hereto I pledge you my faithfulness.”

I’m wondering how much do the couples really understood them when they read it? …What do you think?

My understanding is – “to look after my wife everyday, making sure she is well and taking good care of her when she is not. to look forward to the time spent with her…to embrace her wholly including her strengths and flaws and with no expectation of changing her…and to live each day fully…as if it is my last day…”