So this Mother’s Day, we want to give all mothers the opportunity to celebrate this very moment in their lives and also remember that they have all the support they need. The journey they’re on today, is one that their mothers took with them before. We want to be part of that journey and celebrate with you too!
Daniel and Prisila’s fate was brought together by a dental visit. She was a practising dentist and he was her patient. He needed to see a dentist urgently one day and got her number from a mutual friend. Making the appointment just the night before, he told us, “From her profile photo, I realised she was hot!”
He didn’t have another reason to see her after that appointment but she definitely lingered on in his mind after. “She was very professional yet ever so sweet and gentle. She put on a surgical mask and started treating me. All I could see were her eyes and I couldn’t help staring. I distinctly remember being mesmerised by them. I remember having drinks with some close friends that evening and telling them about how gorgeous she was,” Daniel recalls.
Mike and Sarah’s wedding felt like a massive reunion of old friends. That usually happens when the bride and groom have known each other since childhood. Sarah’s earliest memory of Mike was in Sunday School. “He’d be the noisiest boy in the hall and be picked out instantly because of his vibrant personality. Till today – Mike has that extrovert personality!” she tells us. We could tell Mike certainly loves being around people and has a good sense of humour. As for Sarah, she expresses herself through writing, singing, and describes herself as an introvert (although Mike disagrees with that last one). Over many years of friendship which eventually blossomed into a relationship, both their best qualities rubbed off on each other – making them a perfect team. The story of how they first met and grew together is really the stuff of a romance novel.
I know I am two weeks behind this post, but hey, as they say, “Better late than never”. So here’s some Christmas themed portraits of this beautiful Italian family photographed in our studio. We’re so glad to have an abundance of props that we can whip out if needed! I love how multicultural Malaysia is… yet at the same time, we have an abundance of different nationalities passing through our doors. To date, we have photographed people from all continents of the world except for Antartica. :)
This year, my daughter turned 6. Every year, I tell myself to do something simple for her birthday, but it always ends up elaborate! I guess it’s too much fun trying to think of party themes especially since she is at such a cute, young age. Last year, I had a lot of fun planning a unicorn party for Krysta and a fire station party for Kyle. If you’d like to view those photos, click here.
Thank God I had the help of another mother this year. We planned a joint chef / baking party for Krysta and Sherisse who were born 2 days apart. If you’d like some tips on how to plan a baking party, here’s how we did it at a low cost: Continue Reading