Sunday, March 15, 2009

Wedding Anniversaries Theme

1st year wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Paper Wedding

2nd years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Cotton wedding

3rd years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Leather Wedding

4th years wedding anniversary

  • wedding theme - Silk Wedding

5th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Wood Wedding

6th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Iron Wedding

7th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Copper Wedding

8th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Appliance Wedding

9th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Pottery Wedding

10th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Tin Wedding

11th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Steel Wedding

12th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Linen Wedding

13th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Lace Wedding

14th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Ivory Wedding

15th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Crystal Wedding

20th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - China Wedding

25th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Silver wedding

30th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Pearls Wedding

35th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Jade Wedding

40th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Ruby wedding

45th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Sapphire Wedding

50th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Golden Wedding

55th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - Emerald Wedding

60th years wedding anniversary

  • WeddinBoldg theme - Diamond Wedding

70th years wedding anniversary

  • Wedding theme - White Golden Wedding

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Always remember this;

Always remember this;

"wedding lasts a day but a marriage lasts a life"

So don't do something just to conform to current trends and cultural traditions. Whatever you decide to do, make sure it is something you truly want and not to follow other people words. It's no problem to make others people happy mostly your family but is it what you really want on you wedding or is it what other people want form? It's no problem to get a lot of idea since all people is care about you. You can choose the idea if you really like it but not because you only want to win the person heart. Its ur wedding, its your should decide what you really want for your day not people who to decide for you. Remember the memories of your wedding day will last forever and you want them to be your wedding dream party right.


Planning Tips from Evi

  • Good wedding plannner are usually booked up away in advance. Book yours at list a year before your engagement day so your wedding can be planning earlyer or maybe the shotes period to book a wedding planner is not more then 3 months. But the best is before that.
  • While your wedding planner helping you on your wedding details. Please make sure you already have in your mind about your wedding date and location that you planned to do for your wedding day and what kind of wedding dream you would like to have on your wedding. It's to make your wedding planner easy to help you to plan your wedding.
  • Show your wedding planner sample of what you like to have in your wedding or what kind of wedding dream you really want. Your wedding planner will help you on it. For instance, bring along reference picture from book or magaziners for your wedding planner reference. (Picture is worth a thousand of words)
  • A good wedding planner will help you to design a unique wedding and a memorable moment that can't be forget by anybody. and a good wedding planner also know how to make your wedding happening.
  • From the bridal shower until the wedding ceremony ended the wedding planner and the crew will help to coordinate the event. ( Financial wedding budget services, running programs, complimentary planning consultation and coordinate events at church & reception )
  • Finally, please make sure you reserve a set for your wedding planner and the crew at your wedding ceremony/dinner.

Let's Get This Party Started!

Monday, January 12, 2009

I really LoVe baking mostly for cupcake!

Sorry guys due to the low internet connection service for this few weeks make me so upset to my up loding picture...i really would like to up load a lot of picture of mine but i really can't.. so i plan to go out and have a try at wifi zone area...Im so glad im made it...Yahooooo!!!... and this is some of my cuppies collection...happy viewing.. muaxxxx :x

my 1st cupcake creation

I baked a x'mas cuppycake for my sister in law for her x'mas 2008 gathering

My speacial gift to our princess baby in our family...

Monday, January 5, 2009

My 3rd brothe wedding picture

I really would like to say thank you a lot to my crew friends to give a good work that day... mostly to Andrew@Otoh (DJ at Suria FM) a good job man,u make the day really happening...arrrrmiiitiiiii! and to the photoghr crew friends....cheeeezzzzzz for the photo shottttt due to my brother wedding rules...3 section tuntup chivas... hahahahahahahaha...everyone can't run away from him... pls enjoy the picture.......

Reception at Ocean seafood restaurant

Crazy Games.....

Friday, December 12, 2008

Photography Services

Photography Services
Our professional photographers and creative team make every single piece of your photos an unforgettable and memorable one and our image advisors, hair & beauty stylists are creative enough and trained to create and design according to your personality. Our main photography services are:
Pre Wedding Photography / Wedding Anniversary Photography
Our photo concept
- The real back ground indoor activity
- Out door photo taking sessions

Lifestyle Photography
- Family Portraits (Create the family tree )
- Personal Portraits ( Be a model )
- Baby Portraits (Do not lose his/her sweet memories)
- Convocation Portraits (Do not lose your certificate/the end of a student life)
- Couple Portraits (Will be forever)
Actual Day Wedding Photography (From this moment)

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Living with in-laws

Sure, we have heard stories of hellish in-laws, but in truth, we know that they are not so bad, really.

Dealing with in-laws is a challenge every new wife has to meet, be they Malay, Chinese or Indian. For those currently living with their in-laws, there are a few pointers that may help with maintaining a peaceful relationship, or strengthen a bond.

Hear them out
Most in-laws don’t mean to be nosy or intrusive. They just wish to help, especially if it is their only son and only daughter-in-law. So, hear them out when they voice their opinions, even if you may not readily agree with them. Let them finish before replying. Be there, and really listen to them. This shows that they are important, and you respect them, their views, despite that you may not agree with them. As a plus point, you may also gain some extra info from the experienced folks.

Be Nice but Firm
It is most important that newly-weds be nice to their parents-in-law. However, being nice doesn’t mean being a doormat. Tell them, don’t shout back, when you do not agree with their suggestion; be it household, childcare, financial, or property. If you can’t meet some of their demands (e.g. chauffeuring mother-in-law to market every morning), refuse them in a polite manner. Explain and try to make them understand your situation. Don’t bow too readily to any request without considering, but don’t be rude when you stick to your guns.

Respect each other’s privacy
Newly-weds should have some space for intimate bonding or heart-to-heart talks; and parents-in-law should have their free time to indulge in their hobbies and interest. Just like how parents-in-law should not intrude into their children’s private belongings and intimate moments, the married children should also let their parents go on their own adventures and interests.

However, if privacy is an issue, both parties will need to sit down and talk to set some boundaries in safeguarding and respecting each others’ privacy.

Finally, it all boils down to putting oneself in the other’s shoes, positive communication, and willing to compromise. Once there is a common understanding, there will be less friction in daily lives, and in-laws and newly-weds can live in harmony, under a roof.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Are you prepared?

Simple steps to a blissful married life
Newly-wed couples are actually entering a new phase of their lives. Romance and communication are still an important part to keep the love flame alight for a lifetime.
However, communication must come with understanding and acceptance; the important foundation to a blissful married life.
Here are 4 simple steps for a blissful marriage:

Be Realistic
Maybe it is that romantic Korean drama, or that Jane Austen novel with the sweet happy ending. Whatever reason it is, some people tend to think of marriage as a bed of roses, and expected the ideal perfection from their other half. But, as quoted, in the harsh reality, marriage is far from being a paradise. Marriage means preparing to form a new family, and taking up the responsibilities as well. Food, laundry, house chores, household expenses, childcare, and children’s education eventually; these are the things that every married couple will eventually need to face, and it is not easy.
Also, people are not perfect, including your other half, which is why some couple never got married long. They expected the impossible ideal, and refused to accept their spouses’ imperfection

Be Mentally prepared
As we mentioned earlier, marriage is a new phase in life; which means sharing your life with another person for as long as you live. And it definitely is different from the life of a single person, which is why couples need to be mentally prepared. Sometimes, newly-weds may need the time to get use to their new life, especially the ladies, who will have to learn to live with her husband’s family, if they are living together in the ancestral home. Starting a new family, and living with previously complete strangers are new challenges, and the right state of mentality brings out the best results.

Be Intimate
One of the most important aspects in marriage, sexual fulfillment can affect the quality of a couple’s married life. Thus, no harm in exploring and knowing more about the intimate side of marriage!
A marriage lacking sexual satisfaction is heading towards an end. So, share your fantasies with your spouse, explore together and don’t be shy! This is a little step in achieving the perfect marriage.

Be Patient
When a marriage is rushed, it wouldn’t be the best. As quoted, marriage is the harvest, from the seeds of love. It must be harvested only when it the time is right for the best results. A marriage rushed is like a harvest done before the fruit ripens. How could 2 strangers share their lives forever when they aren’t even sure if he or she is their Mr. Right or Mrs. Right? In fact, statistics have shown that hastily tying the knot is one of the reasons for divorce. Therefore, give more time for each other to contemplate, understand before deciding to tie the knot. Only when love matures, will the marriage be perfect.