When Bobby and I were planning our wedding two years ago, we were adamant that it would be a small and intimate wedding of not more than 150 guests.
However, as the wedding date drew closer, we realised that 150 was not a realistic number.
Well, we know we shouldn’t change horses in the middle of the river but do we really want to leave out a good friend that has unwaveringly supported us in the past year or that auntie who used to babysit me when I was little?
Before long, we found ourselves calling our wedding planner to expand our guest list further.
And since we’d be having a few more esteemed guests, this meant we needed another table with its own Disney theme.
We covered most of the iconic Disney Princesses for the other tables. For this new table, we thought we could bring in another Disney story that is close to our hearts – Walt Disney’s canine classic, Lady and the Tramp.
Even though it was a last minute request, we were immensely grateful to our wedding planner, Beth, who managed to pull it off and actually made the table the crème de la crème of all our Disney inspired tables.
In retrospect, even though it was extremely stressful to create a new theme and source for new decor two weeks before the wedding, we thought this was one of the best decisions we’d made for our wedding.
Now scroll down to immerse in the Disney magic once more!
The photoshoot was undertaken by my dear friend, my colleague, Yong Thye (of Sim Video), without whom so much of what we planned simply would not have been possible.
I sincerely believe there is no other video company out there that would have accommodated all my zany requests in the way Sim Video has. Whether it was out in Paris taking photos in the wind and rain, or filming a Disney style epic, Sim Video has time and time again surpassed all my wildest expectations.
They’ve captured and immortalized moments that I will always treasure, beautiful memories of the best day of my life, moments that I can share with my family, friends and even my children next time.
And now, let’s scroll down and see how YT tackled our puppy fairytale. 🙂
One of the most memorable moments in the movie is the serenaded spaghetti dinner where Lady and Tramp fell in love at the alley behind Tony’s Restaurant.
So we decided to take some alleyway shots at Universal Studios Singapore (USS) to commemorate this iconic scene. *wink*
This next collection of photos was taken by Ada and Aki of A Square Visual Studio.
They feature a new form of photography known as ‘Indie Pop’ (aka 小清新) which is a blend of dreamy and quaint photography styles.
This form of photography was incarnated by the the ‘Indie Pop’ culture of the the UK music industry in the 1980s. It was popular for chronicling the little things in one’s life through refreshing, gentle and positive music themes. Later, this interesting sub-culture expanded its influence to the movie and photography industry. A few photography houses in the region have jumped on the bandwagon and adopted this new style of photography and one of them is A Square Visual Studio.
And here’s their take on our Lady and the Tramp story.
Checkered table cloth and wine bottle decor to recreate the famous alleyway scene. 😛
Tell you a secret – I could feel tears welling up in my eyes as I go through these photos by Kwang of Lightbox Productions.
It was as if I was still at the wedding! He captured so many significant moments and expressions, images of that beautiful day started to flood my mind. I’m so glad I can always relive those amazing and magical memories again through his photos.
I must say, each and everyone of the wedding vendors listed above really went out of their way to ensure our wedding was as magical as it could possibly be.
Thank you once again for making my dreams come true.
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Have a magical evening, belles!