It was a season where masks were sold out at pharmacies. Everyone stayed indoors as much as possible and no one wanted to do any outdoor activities. But Jason and Annette had set their wedding date months ahead of time, not knowing that the haze would hit them smack in the middle of their wedding festivities. I was concerned too… after all, it was a garden wedding at The Club. I wondered if any of the guests would come prepared with masks.
A few days before the wedding, I sat down with Annette to run through her wedding program. She said she’ll pray really hard for the haze to go away, and so we both did. On their wedding day, God did a miracle and there were blue skies and the sun! Oh, the sun shone so brightly and made everything look perfect.
You couldn’t tell from these photos that just the day before, everything looked bleak and dreary.
I think Weiming and I jumped in joy (not literally!) when we saw the skies. Jason and Annette, it couldn’t have been better. I love intimate weddings and I think yours was truly warm and meaningful. I hope your dad is feeling much better and that Jason is more comfortable in front of the camera by now? :) Jason, thanks for being so accommodating and also for the bottles of wine after the party! Wishing you lots of joy and sunshine for the future.
Jason and Annette live in Australia. They first met when Annette did a short secondment to Jason’s department while working at the same firm. Initially, not much conversation happened between the both of them. But it so happened that Annette was moving out of her apartment and Jason was trying to find an apartment. Perfect timing.
And so, they struck a conversation that has since lasted 6 years.
I love how the decorations were done so tastefully. Annette’s cousin Karina did all of these on her own, and I was told that she is an award winning florist!
The wedding stationery was also designed by Annette’s friend, Joel. It pays to have creative, giving, friends!
There was a little cross pinned to her bridal bouquet that represents ‘something borrowed and something old’. The cross belongs to Annette’s mom and it came from the old city of Jerusalem.
Dinner was was held indoors at The Club’s restaurant.
For more photos, view this beautiful slideshow created by Weiming.
Photographers: Grace & Weiming
Cake & Ceremony Location: The Club, Saujana
Wedding gown: White Bridal (Hong Kong)
Make up: Jayce Liew
Decorations & Florist: Works by Karina
Dinner Entertainment: Latin Affairs