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Pre-Wedding: Chris & Li Yen

By 14/08/2012 5 Comments

It was at a neighbourhood park that Chris planned to do the big proposal. He had a group of friends hiding at some corner of the park, all ready with huge cards saying, “Will you marry me?”. Li Yen, well, she was completely unsuspecting. She went along with him to the park because he said, “A friend’s car broke down and we have to help him”. Little did she know that this group of guys would spring a surprise on her shortly after.

Out came the ring…

Li Yen was shocked, but she grabbed the ring before saying yes! There was not a moment doubt… Chris and Li Yen were on the road to marriage.

During our pre-wedding shoot, I found out how much fun Chris and Li Yen were. They were comfortable in their own skin and being silly in front of the camera. We started our day at Porto Romano Restaurant where they had their first date.

Guess what they love to do?

Chris and Li Yen love the outdoors… they don’t mind roughing it out, going for hikes, getting dirty… Her passion is running and his is basketball.

We ended the evening at a friend’s home. It was a gorgeous place, and my jaw dropped when I saw the house! I admit, I had ‘home envy’ after that!

Chris and Li Yen recently tied the knot, and the wedding was a blast! Will be sharing the photos online once it’s ready, but in the meantime, congratulations, both of you! Have a good honeymoon!

Credits:

Photographer: Grace
Make up & hair: Angie Ng

Join the discussion 5 Comments

  • Stories.my - International Wedding & Portrait Phot says:

    Chris Wong and Liyen Lim your pre-wedding photos are online!

  • Lesley Lee says:

    Beautiful photos. I specially like the backlit one, sitting be by the pool.

  • Stories.my - International Wedding & Portrait Phot says:

    Thank you, Lesley Lee!

  • miss T says:

    may i know is there any charges/permission to shoot at porto romano?which outlet?weekdays?many ppl?

    • Grace Tan says:

       @miss T Hi Miss T, I don’t know what the charges are like, the couple asked for permission. We shot at the outlet in Mt Kiara and it was a weekday after lunch so not that many people.

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