- Date : 13-09-2014
- Wedding : Equatorial Hotel, Penang, Malaysia
- Package : Cinematic Style (Option B)
- Auto Pilot : TS Lee
- Song : Love by american authors
- Genre : Wedding Cinema
Wedding cinema of Lin-Hu & Pamela @ Equatorial Hotel by Digimax Video Productions from Digimax Video Productions on Vimeo.
From over 5000 kilometers apart, fate has brought this lovely couple together:
Lin Hu and Pamela both grew up in Penang. Lin Hu is the only son in a family of three siblings. Pamela is the only daughter to her father and also the great grand daughter of one of Penang’s famous philanthropist. (Wedding for her mother’s side was celebrated separately, one week before).
After their high school days, Lin Hu went to study and worked as a chartered accountant in Australia and Pamela went to the UK to study and then worked as a pharmacist in Sabah.
It was two years ago when both came back to Penang to attend their best friend’s (Kheng Lian) wedding at Rasa Sayang Shangri-la. “Things happen when you least expect”. It was love at first sight for Lin Hu. He would never have thought that sitting across from him was the woman he had been searching for all this while.
At the after dinner party, Lin Hu gathered all his courage and surprised Pamela with a bouquet of flowers “from the bride” among their circle of friends and soon their journey began.
Since then they have never been apart whether it is through facetime or visiting each other. It was soon that both returned to Malaysia to live, tie the knot and build their future together. For Pamela, Lin Hu is her strength and for Lin Hu, Pamela is his soul mate and she makes his life complete.
The day of their wedding began at the bride’s house where many of the enthusiastic bridesmaids flew in from different places and came together to prepare a series of fun-filled challenging games for the macho groomsmen. It started with getting well wishes from neighbours and ended with project runway ballerina poses. The groom then declared a special moment to his bride in a ‘Romeo & Juliet’ setting.
The couple then had their traditional tea ceremony with family members at the bride’s house then the groom’s house. The tea ceremony signifies their acceptance by each other’s families.
Soon it was time for the bride to toss the bridal bouquet and it was caught by one of her gorgeous bridesmaids, Shir Ley. Colourful helium balloons were then released that filled the skies and were so breathtakingly beautiful!
The evening began with the couple exchanging their vows at the arch at the cocktails and the rest of the night was filled with classical love songs and touching, well polished speeches from the groom and both dad’s and the most unique, sensational speech and slide/video presentation from their best friend, Kheng Lian who flew all the way back from Adelaide for their wedding that almost had the couple in tears. To top it all, the groom surprised his bride with a video presentation he had made from the first day they met. The night was so magical!
The couple and their family toast with their six hundred family and friends, some of whom have travelled from Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore and around Malaysia to share in this special occasion.
It was enjoyable working with this couple as they both were pleasant, fun and easy to work with.
Their message to Digimax:
Lee, Low and Ah Beng, it has been wonderful working with you!! Thank you for the useful tips you have given us while we were in the stage of our preparation and for a remarkable job well done.
Much regards from the newly wed Mr and Mrs Ong.