Every wedding planning gives us new experiences, new challenges. We have all had our fair share of the infamous bridezillas who either expected us wedding planners to play God, or else they think we also happen to be the Prime Minister of the country! But to the clients who have made the entire process a wonderful one for us too, we would like to express our sincere gratitude – for your trust in us, for your patience, for your understanding, for WORKING TOGETHER with us to make your day a memorable one for you and for us, but most of all – for being a friend even after the wedding is over. The moments we have had planning your wedding was sheer joy and reminder of what’s great about our jobs.
Su Lyn & Nick, December 2011
Karmen & Vincent, January 2012
Samantha & Gavin, Mac 2011
Adelena & William, Feb 2011
Ben & Clarine , July 2010
Hui Lin & Juangti, June 2010
Philomena & Paul , April 2009
Karl & Kheng, bride & groom, April 2007 (based in USA)
We only met the couple for the first time during the wedding in Kuala Terengganu. More specifically, at the resort. We were hired over the email, we were fully paid before the wedding took place and all details, approvals, decisions were based on email correspondences. Not to mention, the couple kept well with our deadlines. The result of this trust and understanding – a breakthrough wedding in Kuala Terengganu with new concepts and new ideas introduced to the state. We moved away from flower arches, used cinnamon chair back decor and transported cupcakes for the cake-cutting all the way from KL!
Shahliza & Iwan, bride & groom, July 2007
Talk about tall. They towered above us, but never once did they make us feel small. She was a bride who was absolutely simple and it translated to the ease of wedding planning for this couple! This would be the first time our confirmed wedding day itinerary was approved 3 whole weeks before the wedding day! Not just that – when the couple had no fuss, no frills about their wedding – what materializes really is a thoroughly enjoyable evening for all their guests with good food and the day being short and sweet.
Lara & Aiee, bride & groom, July 2006
An absolutely fantastic couple with an equally fantastic family. Never once were we treated as a supplier of service, always as an equal despite the family’s background. The attitude of the couple and all family members are surely a genuine example of how Malaysians are Malaysians – cutting through and above the racial divide. For that, we gave it our entire all. On top of that, they were bold and ready to explore new colours to give the wedding a WOW factor. The outcome? A contemporarily decorated wedding with a bright & bold colour! And what’s more? The entire family is great with handicraft work! Saves a lot of money Oh, did we mention we also got J Lo and Manbai to perform at the wedding?
Lynn & Christopher, bride & groom, March 2006 (based in Europe)
The bride who was willing to play “bad cop” during the wedding planning process (and remains an avid e-pal up till today). They left everything entirely to us to plan and execute. As with all overseas couple, everything was via email including budget approvals. Managing a wedding of this scope needed a lot of advanced planning and they knew better than to fool around with the deadlines we had set! We planned & also co-ordinated over 200 guests from all over the world to get to Langkawi, answered questions from first-timers to Malaysia and arranged for accommodations, transport and travels. What we got were three receptions where everyone had a fabulously good time.
Sherry & Hisham, bride & groom, June 2005
A bride who knew exactly what she wanted – which made our jobs a lot easier. They listened to logic and explanations when something was not feasible and again, treated us as a friend more than merely a supplier of service. What we got was a black-tie wedding without the fuss of protocols or over-the-top decor. For being such a great couple – we even arranged for their monograms (which we created for them specially for their wedding invites) to be used during their arrival at Langkawi airport! Guests didn’t have to search for where their airport transfer was going to be!
The old adage goes as such – “do unto others what you want others to do unto you”. We know & understand that having accepted your payment, we are responsible in putting together the best wedding possible for you. And with you working together with us will surely ensure a smooth journey and a fabulous wedding day. See you soon.
Thanking Our Partners
Although the wedding planner really does plan and co-ordinate the big day, apart from them, there are a myriad of supporting vendors that complete the wedding day. These are people we know, whom we trust fully to provide the best quality of product or services to our clients and people who at the end of the day, are also friends. Just for a moment imagine using an irresponsible vendor – we are almost the first to be blamed! Therefore, it is appropriate for us to give our thanks to these people who helped us get where we are today.
To all our partners & vendors in the wedding industry – thank you for going through the thick and thins with us. Above all, thank you for understanding the very simple fact that our reputation is as important as yours and striving to provide the best for all our clients. Also, thank you for understanding that we are always at the forefront of demanding clients and giving us the support needed to make every wedding a success. Cheers and looking forward to more.