Cindy and James
If the story of Cindy and James were to be written into a movie script, it would definitely be a romantic comedy. It all began with a chance meeting at a mutual friend’s wedding, after which the bedazzled couple parted ways, one to
On 19 June, 2006, the couple invited their families and friends to
After the tea ceremony, James hosted the cocktails while the bride excused herself to prepare for the wedding ceremony. Dressed in a stunning cream wedding gown with an elbow-length veil of silk tulle, Cindy glowed as she proceeded towards the ceremony with her bridal party. Her off-the-shoulder gown, detailed with pearls and champagne beading, was adorned at the waist with a rich cream sash. Fuschia and red Chinese umbrellas, matching the fuschia knee-length gowns of her three bridesmaids, shielded them from the light sprinkle of afternoon rain. The congregation stood as Cindy began coming down the aisle on the arm of her father. After the couple was pronounced husband and wife, champagne glasses were raised to the newlyweds, toasts to a new chapter in the story of Cindy and James.
Laurette and Mark
Born and raised on opposite sides of the world, Laurette from
The couple chose to marry close to Laurette’s hometown and after browsing through an abundance of chateaus near the area, the couple chose Château de la Flocellière in the
The wedding day on 15 July, 2006, began with an indoor ceremony held in a church a short distance from La Flocellière. The bride was exquisite in a strapless A-line gown with a sheer long-sleeved sheath that she donned for the formal ceremony. Her long hair was swept to one side, braided and accentuated with white satin ribbons. The final touch was a necklace of pearl strands knotted together to form a waterfall of pearl droplets. Mark was radiant in a smart three-button summer suit and matching champagne tie. After their exchange of vows, the congregation followed the newlyweds to the chateau for cocktails in the manicured gardens.That night, the grounds of La Flocellière sparkled not only with old French charm, but also with the mirth and exuberance of the entire wedding party. The mix of