anyway anyway, we had our registration in putrajaya jpn, which is the headq of the national registry department.
i opted to have our registration held there coz i figured that since my wedding day and dinner reception will be somewhat traditionally chinese, i wanted to have a slightly 'modern' or 'different' feel to it, thats is why "teen hau kong" was out of the question, even though its easier to have it there. Since my IC shows my address in Negeri Sembilan, i had to go back to PD's JPN to place the 21 days notice there (rationale being the populate of my place of domicile would have knowledge of any prior customary marriage(s) i had to another person(s)- which is a sound rationale, coz who would know more if not the nosy neighbours right). And if there is no objection from any party, PD's JPN would then issue the no objection letter for me to bring it to Putrajaya JPN on the registration date. So - for me, 2 prior trips to PD JPN, for CY -1 prior trip to Putrajaya to place notice and book date coz his address is in Selangor.
Okay, anyway, here are the pics from the day i got legally hitched...
Why CY didnt smile...Thought he would've learned some modelling tricks from our pre-wedding photo sessions...
Okay, maybe not....hahahaa...
Okay..better in this....ooh, i looked slim(mer) in this pic..my new hair color looks mightly nice too...had it done in APT Bukit Tinggi Klang for RM240 with treatment.
CY thinks the pic is overexposed, but i like tat the flash made me look fairer..hehe..
At 5 pm the day before my registration, I went to a Petaling Street florist/supplier, coz i saw some Gerbera Daisies in multiple colors there on a prior trip, but they were too busy to entertain my order! Got slightly kan chiong, but luckily my retired bridezilla bestie, Annie, had previously told me about another florist supplier located in Pudu- Pudu Ria Florists. And luckily they were willing to do it for me then and there. 10 gerbera daisies with forget me nots and rice flowers (florist aunty said its from Holland) costed me RM60. Some petals were not so nice and the arrangement was done by one of their male foreign workers (i'm not racist and i didnt mind he was the one doing it-except i've never seen a Bangla florist before, have you??) but it was oklar overall i think...
I wanted a Fucschia/Purplish shade of Gerbera to go along with my pink dress, and i saw the shade that i wanted in the florist's cold room (sounds like a morgue, but i dont know how to otherwise refer to it- the walk in fridge?? hehe) though everyone else told me afterwards that its maroon! Hmm..and like i mentioned in my earlier entry- Pearly said it looks like a half-cut watermelon from afar! Hahah...it does...
Though my eyebags are shown in their full glory here, i still like this pic.
One of Sg wang's find.
Ta-da.... waiting for someone to start singing "i swear..by the moon and the stars in the sky...i'll be there........and i swearr erer."..u get the picture..
Look at my cunning smile, as if thinking..Yes, i nabbed him finally!
Families and friends. Thanks all for coming..
Exchanging of rings.