What began as a casual friendship when they were uni students, 9 years later, Jessica and Wen are marrying in front of their friends and family.
Because they started as friends, Wen and Jessica were able to cement a strong bond before anything romantic occurred. That lightning bulb moment happened to Wen when he was sitting on the hood of his car, looking at stars, and talking to his best mate. From here on in, Neither Jessica or Wen looked back, only forwards.
Preparing for the wedding is just as important as the ceremony itself, and the wedding party make sure the groom jumps through his hoops, the brides dress is just right and hair and make up by Sophie Lau Makeup & Hair are perfect.
After a beautiful traditional Chinese tea ceremony with the family and close loved ones, Jessica and Wen have a western style ceremony at Breakfast Point Community Hall. This is the perfect place to accommodate the huge party that evolves. Dancing, laughter, choreographed group routines from the large weeding party, and a full dinner service, make for a fantastic evening.
Their closest friends, the best man and maid of honour, speak so highly of the pair that you instantly know how well regarded they are as people, and as a couple, amongst their peers, family and community. Jessica’s maid of honour even passes the torch of the role of best friend on to Wen, as he is the best person to look after Jessica and make her as happy as possible for the rest of their lives.
They are announced husband and wife, and kissing his bride at the alter, Wen can see all this on Jessica’s smiling face, and can’t wait to start life and Mr and Mrs.
Wedding Cinematography: Le Motion Wedding Films
Wedding Photography: We are Origami Photography
Wedding Makeup and Hair: Sophie Lau Makeup & Hair
Reception MC: Angela
Ceremony Venue: Breakfast Point Community Hall