LOVE IS ALL T HAT MAT T ERS
After attending so many weddings, I never thought I would ever be touched by yet another one. But I was and even shed a couple of tears at the truly romantic wedding of my friends Jesseca and Jeremy. With all the hype and news about their private nuptials, it is easy to forget that one of the most important aspects of a wedding is the love a bride and groom have for each other. On this occasion, their love was most profoundly expressed in their own vows in a lovely ceremony by the beach. Their words truly touched me and, as a close friend, I was elated for them. I was also thrilled for Cheryl Wee and her husband Roy Fong when I received exclusive pictures of their wedding and story. I couldn’t make it for their big day, but I was impressed by how wonderful it was for them. Cheryl had been dreaming of this day for a long time, and she has been blessed with a very supportive, loving partner. So, if you’re planning your wedding, be it a small, intimate affair or a big and grand bash, remember that the most important thing to treasure throughout the entire experience is your love. Never let any issues spoil this very special relationship you have.
At the wedding of Jesseca Liu and Jeremy Chan (page 130).
Imagine your wedding day surrounded by all aweinspiring nature, sunlight and the people you love (page 48).
The mermaid will give any bride a stunning hourglass figure (page 216).
When Cheryl Wee finally married the love of her life, Roy Fong (page 136).
Treasures for happy brides (page 90).
Just fabulous on your wrist (page 36).
Blue sapphires star alongside other fine materials and gems in this collection (page 36).