Friday, June 29, 2007

It's tomorrow!

We had our rehearsal today.
I'm happy, I'm touched.
I can even cry. You looked so in love.
I am in love with you too.
You are my star.

You know you mean so much to me.
Just that it got difficult for me when I have to write it in vows.
It became so long.
I will make it short and simple.
But you know what i mean.

I'm nervous about tomorrow though.
It looks like it's going to rain.

Thursday, June 28, 2007


Fixing up the extension of our wardrobe.

We finally have a mirror in our room. Full length. Next to the wardrobe.

Newly fixed blinds. I know it's been tough on you, It's an uncomfortable angle to drill.

Very much!

Sunday, June 24, 2007

We are getting married in 6 days!!!

- from the hubby

psst : 1st time blogging....

More pretty Jap desserts

It taste sweet, a little citrusy, yuzu taste. with some red bean paste.

we had a good day. ate alot of stuffs.
He had this jap version of Ice's shaved ice cream with Hokiado ice cream and strawberry syrup fro Taka basement.
The ice is shaved very differently. meltys upon contact with tongue. Fine and thin.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Egg tart

Delicious Egg tart from Tai Thong Cake Shop. As good as the one I ate in Hong Kong!
It's so smooth and soft.

2nd of June

According to chinese tradition, the bride and groom, together with the bride's mum has to distribute cakes with the invitation cards to each relatives. The relatives applies to the bride's side.

Instead of giviving out cakes, my mum decided to gives the traditional "marry daughter's biscuits" literal translation (Jia Nu er Bing). The is what the cantonese used to give traditionally.
Therefore we got the biscuits from Tai Thong cake shop from Mosque St- Chinatown. It is really a step back into the 60s. Everything looks very vintage.

Check out the receipt!

Tai Thong old fashioned receipt

Their cake box.

Vintage Cake Box

And finally.. the biscuits themselves! Ta dah!
Traditional Wedding Biscuits