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Actually, I have been happily engaged since last May (read about my proposal here) and the word “wedding” hasn’t been in my mind. So when the dates are settled, then all other things can proceed.2. I own a camera myself and sometimes I shoot models / couples as well. If it is something which I can shoot using my camera, why should I pay so much money to hire a wedding photographer right?
Reality only sinks in when I realized that I am already 28 years old (I thought I was still 24 years old) and my house will be ready by 2016. So that I won’t be so hard on cash when renovation and wedding comes too close together. One moment I was looking at pre wedding photoshoot, another moment we were discussing the dates, then next moment I am looking at venue. Got a few recommendations and went ahead with Master David Tong from CMG Consulting. I approached him in end of January and only managed to get a slot in mid March. I have also went around looking for pre wedding photographers which I plan to do it early next year. Haven’t decided on any so if you have any recommendations or if you are a wedding photographer, drop me any email [email protected]3. How can a food blogger serves lousy food on her wedding day right???
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Housing a retail shop, cable car rides, and five different restaurants and bar concepts, The Jewel Box offers a holistic yet distinct experience for any occasion.
Meaning, you can take the ride from Harbourfront Centre, travel to Sentosa for a short adventure, hop back on to explore Mount Faber before heading back to HFC! Gillman Barracks is a contemporary arts cluster in Singapore that is home to 11 international art galleries, three restaurants and the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA). Soak up Singapore’s national culture and heritage at the National Museum of Singapore. You can also keep a lookout for their new exhibitions on their website!And the executive chef of this restaurant is Chef Dennis Ong who used to work in Saint Pierre, Senso and Michaelangelo’s.Address: The Central, 6 Eu Tong Sen St #03-21 Phone: 6225 5532 Website: Pies which sells excellent pies. Their piesare full of robust flavours and exciting textures, crafted with honest ingredients and a close attention to detail.With signature Volkswagen lining the porch of the cafe, it is really nice to take photos here.
Perfect place for a comfortable romantic dinner and it is away from the crowded city. Address: 66 Yio Chu Kang Road Tel: 6288 1206 Website: in an industrial park off Balestiar Road, Wheeler’s Yard is a bicycle atelier cum cafe which exudes such industrial chic vibe that anyone who visits would fall in love with it instantly.
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