Herworld Brides (Singapore) - - From The Editor - Steve Thio CON­TRIBUT­ING ED­I­TOR

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).

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