Someone once said that a guy is worth keeping, when he’s willing to make a fool out of himself for you. That is perhaps the concept behind the silly games during Chinese gating ceremonies.
While our lovely bride starts getting ready with the help of Sophie Lau Make up & Hair, it’s time for our bridesmaids to start scheming away. What embarrassing task shall the groom and groomsmen endure to earn the right to pick up his lovely bride?
Our groom and his brothers in arms sportingly put on their floral swimmer skirts and danced to a choreography of a Korean music video. Maximum embarrassment level achieved! And it looks like they’ve passed the test. Our Le Motion Team sure had fun documenting that with the photographers from Pictures & Hearts.
Mandy and Matthew’s love story seems to be one that honours all aspects of their Hong Kong heritage. They met at a social badminton game and Matthew, used all forms of social media as his helpful tools to Mandy’s heart. While at their ceremony at the Community Hall, Breakfast point, our lively celebrant, Robyn Pattison, describes their chase perfectly. “Maybe Matthew is the hunter, but Mandy let him catch her.”
Like the beautiful dance shared between Mandy and Matthew at their Doltone House reception, he leads and she chooses to follow. 🙂
Marriage Celebrant: Robyn Pattison Civil Marriage Celebrant
Photography: Pictures & Hearts
Cinematography: Le Motion Wedding Films
Makeup Artist: Sophie Lau Makeup & Hair
Ceremony: The Community Hall, Breakfast Point
Reception: Doltone House