I choose you. And I’ll choose you over and over and over. Without pause, without a doubt, in a heartbeat. I’ll keep choosing you -Unknown
“In the summer of ’16, in a little town in the province of Girona, a Swiss and a Singaporean made a vow to be husband and wife, for better and for worse, in sickness and in health, till death do them part.
Sacha and myself met on an overseas volunteer trip in the Philippines back in 2014, getting acquainted at the back row of the bus during the hourly rides to and fro the build site each day, where they helped to build houses for the people of Tacloban city who had been hit by the Typhoon Haiyan. Despite the resistance and many reasons they each gave themselves to not be together, fate (truly) played a bigger role….
A conventional Chinese wedding starts off by the bride-to-be waking up at five in the morning to prepare for the wedding day and the groom going through physical endurance “tests” by the bridesmaids at a gate crashing event to prove that he is worthy of the bride. However, this was not our case. The day started with a pre-wedding morning run around the picturesque countryside where Sacha and myself took in the fresh morning air, enjoying the peace and tranquility of the morning before the adrenaline and craziness of the Day began.
Every couple who has gone through a wedding day always mention how the actual day is a whirl and goes by in a blink of an eye. The photos taken serve as precious memories for us of the various events that took place. These fond memories were beautifully captured in photos that still bring us smiles and tears of happiness months after the wedding”