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NOT LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT I f ound Jeremy, also an ac­tor, quite en­dear­ing in Me­di­a­corp’s Re­cruit Di­aries se­ries. That was when I be­came in­ter­ested to know him bet­ter. As luck would have it, we both got to know each other a whole lot bet­ter while work­ing to­gether in the Xin­msn web drama Who Killed The Lead about three years ago. He said he no­ticed me years ear­lier when we’d once boarded the same com­pany bus.

A JA­PAN PRO­POSAL Jeremy pro­posed when we vis­ited the Tokyo Skytree, a TV broad­cast­ing, restau­rant, and ob­ser­va­tion tower in Su­mida. He ar­ranged for the ring to be placed be­side a very nice dessert dish, along with a sparkler and “Will you marry me?” writ­ten on the tray. He knelt down for the pro­posal when it was served. All this hap­pened with the beau­ti­ful views of the set­ting sun around us. Very ro­man­tic. ➝

DREAM WED­DING Be­cause I grew up in Langkawi and we both love the beach, we thought that hav­ing our cer­e­mony and cel­e­bra­tion there would be per­fect. Be­sides, I have al­ways wanted a beach wed­ding be­cause it is so ro­man­tic. We cus­tom-made the seashell bou­ton­nieres for Jeremy and his grooms­men, and dressed the venue with pas­tel flow­ers, shells, vin­tage metal lamps and drift­wood to cre­ate a charm­ing and more rus­tic re­sort feel.

THE DRESS I didnt want any­thing too sexy. With my good friend Steve’s help, I found the per­fect mer­maid gown – modern, sim­ple and light­weight enough for me to move around com­fort­ably in on the beach and ev­ery­where else.” ➝

"THIS WAS A DREAM COME TRUE FOR ME. BUT I MUST SAY THAT I WAS RE­ALLY VERY NER­VOUS WHEN I THOUGHT THAT IT MIGHT RAIN AT ONE POINT." - JEREMY

1&3 For the solem­ni­sa­tion, the chairs were draped with lilac cot­ton, and had con­fetti pa­per cones tied to one side. Th­ese were filled with seashells, petals and blue flow­ers. 2 Jesseca’s ac­ces­sories were cus­tom­made by He­lan Tan (www. gioielli.com.sg) to match her gowns. 4 The cou­ple asked ev­ery­one to turn off their phones, iPads, and cam­eras dur­ing their cer­e­mony, so they could en­joy the ex­pe­ri­ence with­out be­ing dis­tracted or blocked. 5 For the tea cer­e­mony, they wore modern up­dates of the cheongsam and changsan by lo­cal de­signer Laichan.

OP­PO­SITE “I was touched and happy to see Jeremy wait­ing for me to join him un­der the flo­ral arch on the beach,” says Jesseca.

6&7 White lanterns and strings of flow­ers adorned the trees, while there were quirky signs through­out the venue. 8 Photo props and jars of old-school sweets for guests. 9&10 The re­cep­tion ta­ble was dec­o­rated with framed signs and cute plas­tic words, while vin­tage lamps, flow­ers, can­dles and seashells cre­ated an even more re­laxed, re­sort feel to the cel­e­bra­tion. 11 Hus­band and wife with their grooms­men, brides­maids, and adorable page boys. 12 Their favours of fans and shell brooches came along with the day’s pro­gramme. 13 A va­ri­ety of pas­tel blooms and green­ery added a touch of pretty to the re­cep­tion area.

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