Chamonix, France – Mr and Mrs Smith Destination Wedding

Life is colourful if you are willing to open your heart.

It’s been my absolute pleasure having to work at Stacey and David’s wedding and getting to meet all their close friends and family.

Mr and Mrs Smith is one of the most loving couple I have ever met. And they made me felt so welcoming to their wedding.

I arrived to Geneva and travelled to Chamonix to their chalet the night before the wedding. It was all dark when I arrived, we had to drove through a small road into the forest to get to the chalet. Finally I arrived and soon after I found myself already start playing games in the evening.

Next day, I was waking up with a beautiful mountain in front of me. It’s so unreal; it’s almost like a painting. Then we start preparing for the wedding. I arrived to the little chaplet, waiting for Stacey to arrive.

The highlight of the day would have to be Stacey’s dad’s speech, which makes everyone starts weeping and sheading tears. It was such an emotional and beautiful moments that would be hard to forget.

What strike me the most in this wedding is that there’s such a deep connection between everyone. I could tell from the ways they were hugging each other, the tone of voice when they are calling each other’s names, their conversation, laughers, jokes etc. It’s so soft, delicate, and beautiful that first time ever, I don’t think photos along is enough to express it.

I was a little bit overwhelmed to be surrounded by all these wonderful people for almost three days. The memories and time we spent together will be kept safely in my little treasure box forever.

Thanks for everyone who have shared their stories with me, and having me to be in one of their little chapters of life – Stacey (the fun easy going bride), David (kind lovely groom), Cornel (a nice gentleman), Scott (my unpaid assistant! :p), Natasha (who got me losing Jenga at the end! Haha!), Miriam (with a lovely soft voice and a beautiful soul), Sabina (a pretty elegant lady), Natasha M(who loves freedom) Tony (have that cute smile on him all the time), Nicky (a cool mum), and Terry (A girl with a Y!).

Too much memories that they have created for me, and as usual, I hate to say goodbye after a wedding. But maybe one day, one day our path will cross again. And until then, please take care.

Life is colourful if you are willing to open your heart.

It’s been my absolute pleasure having to work at Stacey and David’s wedding and getting to meet all their close friends and family.

Mr and Mrs Smith is one of the most loving couple I have ever met. And they made me felt so welcoming to their wedding.

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