till death do us part.

By Esther Rachel Lai. - 8/14/2011

Being in confinement gives me a whole lot of free time to spare. So I decided to do an update of Shane & my solemnization at the ROM on the 15th of April this year.

 A very shy us taking pictures in front of our families & family-to-be while waiting for our turn.

With my mom & dad.

 Going through the procedures...

We used our dating rings, & Shane usually wore his on his right hand, had to squeeze the ring into his stubby fat left ring finger. For a second there, I was thinking "OMG it won't fit!".

 Exchanging rings & saying our vows. Was SO DAMN SHY PLEASEEE!

 "You may now kiss the bride"
hahaha, you can see me hesitating a lil' cause I was so shy! I mean, c'mon, kissing in front of our families! haiyoooo!!

Signing the legal documents... 

 The "newly weds" HAHA.

With Shane's grandma.

Both families.

Our bros, & my bro's friend Manfred. Manfred came cause he and bro were gonna attend some concert later that day.

& to celebrate the occassion, we had a dimsum buffet @ Yum Cha Chinatown together with my grandma who lived nearby.

So...that's that. We'll probably host the proper church wedding + dinner and all a couple of years later when Shane finishes his NS. heh heh. Can't wait for that day (: Everytime I watch "Say Yes To The Dress" on Discovery Home & Health back when I was still living with my parents, I'd get sooooooo excited/emotional/envious. Like I'd FEEL for the bride!! I wanna go bridal shopping & dress fitting too! & have our wedding photos taken etc. etc. Thinking bout walking down the isle with all eyes on us gives me the jitters though, despite my countless times on stage, I still get stage fright. & I know it isn't exactly a stage, but still, I get all nervous and sweaty-palmed when there's so many pairs of eyes staring my way *shivers*. 

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