Michael & Catherine
As the Chinese saying goes, “Brothers in one vision makes the greatest significance”. Never underestimate the will power of the fellow best men to overcome the bridesmaids’ gate crashing games, or otherwise you’re just seeking for embarrassment. :p So.. yeah~ best men never die, march on peeps!!
See Hong & Yok Mei
Everyone seems blissfully happy in this special occasion. During the gate crashing games, the bridegroom & his best men used currency notes to fill up the love confession card. Although RM1 & RM50 notes are both in blue, I bet the bridesmaids would prefer the latter one! Don’t you agree?! A special credit for the kid who punched the potty’s top with his significant pose. That was epic! Hahaha!!
James & Xin Yi
This is an outstanding group of “gate crashing” best men. The bride-to-be & the fellow bridesmaids have totally no idea how’s James was going to do it. The bridesmaids were fooled several times and they’d lost their patience so much so that they snatched the handheld megaphone from the “Bear”, LOL!! In the end, James, the bridegroom and his mates finally came with six Harleys. Such appearance was just way too awesome!
Choon Hou & Su Lin
A well blend of love story and SDE video. There is always a story behind every relationship as in how they get to know each other, falling in love, going after dates, sweet surprises and etc. Somehow, I do believe GOD has always got his plan in mind to match up the lovers just like this couple!
Vincent & Sheau Huey
On the actual wedding day, while Sheau Huey was waiting for her husband-to-be with pounding hearts, Vincent & his mates were smartly dressed in the “nerdy” costume (suspender straps & thick glasses) for the gate crashing war. The best men strived real hard to help Vincent to win Sheau Huey’s heart without single hesitation. True buddies indeed!
Kien Chong & Angel
My first day of reaching at Raub was a rainy day. I’m glad that I have finally tried the mouth-watering Raub Hokkien Mee and I really like this place. It’s simply because I was surrounded by many friendly townsfolk and everyone was speaking my mother tongue – “Hakka” dialect. Thank you Kien Chong & Angel for granting us the opportunity to explore this lovely place!
Collin & Jane (SDE+Dinner)
This is a bizarre “Han Dynasty” traditional Chinese wedding between the “Emperor” and the “Queen”. The entire wedding situation recalls us the Chinese ancient times especially when someone shouted “皇上驾到”(arrival of Emperor) and “摆驾回宫” (departure of Emperor) during the “gate crashing” session. We are glad to be part of the wedding shooting crew, hope everyone likes this video!