Being my dearest sister's made of honour and witnessing the entire process of her getting married was once-in-a-lifetime experience that I would never ever forget in my life. It moved me, touched me, made me realize how sacred and how beautiful a marriage can be. Dear sis, I wish you and "jie fu" all the happiness in this universe!!! <3
Me, the made of honor waited anxiously in the room with the beautiful bride-to-be, while the "ji mui" (bridesmaids) were trying their best to trash the "Heng Tai" (best men) outside.
I spent the whole morning doing what a competent "servant" would do for her queen until late afternoon. But everything was worth it cause she is the one and only sister that I always love and have.
In the evening, we came to Eastin Hotel, the place where my sister's wedding dinner was held.
My task was easy, just sit there and wait for the guests to approach me and keep smiling.
We even got spare time to snap some photos ;p
Like father like son. Btw, that's my bro and my daddy.
My sister in the white gown.
The groom and bride walked into the dining hall slowly, holding each others hands as the wedding march song, "Better Today" by Coffey Anderson was played in the air.
The significant cut-cake ceremony.
Champagne pouring ceremony.