Thankfully, the Singapore government recently relaxed their wedding measures to allow for more pax at local weddings. But unfortunately, the relaxed measures still doesn’t allow for a full capacity wedding and the number of people allowed to attend is still limited to just 50 people. Which is why we were so happy to still have been able to be the wedding day photographer Jing Xuan and Hui Rou’s solemnisation.
This beautiful couple weren’t able to allow the covid situation to stop them from tying the knot, so they decided to proceed with their solemnisation this year first before their actual day wedding next year.
We were scheduled to meet early in the morning, and i remember waking up with a sigh as I looked out the wedding and realise that it was a gloomy day. But weddings as weddings do, experienced some slight delay and it was almost as if the stars align, for the sun came out just before Hui Rou was scheduled to arrive. If she had arrived any earlier at the pre scheduled time, the sky would have been too gloomy. I guess the saying of everything happens for a reason, worked out just perfectly for this 2 lovely pair.
It was a beautiful sight to behold and we were glad to be one of the few people who got to be around as Jing Xuan and Hui Rou shared a lovely intimate moment with just the two of them before the hustle and bustle of the day whisk them away. It was beautiful to see them do their first look as if it was the first time they saw each other, and it was even more beautiful to see them read heart felt letters to each other that made even the people around teary.
After an intimate moment, it was straight back into business as the couple headed for their church solemnisation before heading to Food for Thought at National Museum Singapore for their 50 pax wedding lunch.
It was such a great day and we are so happy for this super good looking couple to have tied the knot amidst this pandemic. We can’t wait to be their wedding photographers again for their full proper wedding next year!