[Wedding Diversity @ JAC …] Malaysia Wedding Photographer
It’s now approaching the end of the third quarter. Looking back at the past quarters, it seems like JAC had been serving quite a few couples from other countries and different cultural backgrounds this year. From the West, we had couples from France, Italy & Britain. And from the South, we had couple from Australia. It took us a short while to get used to the different English slang, especially when the first conversation was normally through the phone, with the absence of body language. But we enjoyed very much the learning experience. Learning the wedding customs from different countries and different expectations on our work. From the nearby countries, we had couples from Indonesia & Singapore. Also not to forget our Malaysian couples with different cultural backgrounds! It was a great experience to withness some of the traditional wedding ceremony that we seldom see nowadays. Many couples often prefer a more simplified wedding ceremony. Hope you will enjoy this short compilation. If you are interested to view more, feel free to visit our wedding gallery. ~ Your Passionate Photographers ~ contactus@jacphoto2u.com
07 Sep 2009 in About Us, Weddings, by
[Indian Traditional Wedding …] Malaysia Wedding Photographer
Another moment to remember, the wedding of Jay and Rema. A wonderful couple since the first day I met them at the Greenlane McDonalds. I could see so much love being shared between this couple. With the commitment of love from Jay with his arm tattooed “JayRema” to denote their love is forever. After speaking to them and showed them our profile, they immediately booked our service to capture their wedding moments. Since then I started to engage with their wedding planner to ensure the lighting in the hall will not impact the photography and making early arrangement of agenda to start from the Bride’s side and to the wedding hall – all the way to Lone Pine Hotel for the reception. The ever cheerful Rema is filled with surprises from an engineer by profession, she can also sing very well. A cheerful and ever happy bride made the groom complete. It’s an utmost pleasure to capture this wedding. The wedding is a traditional indian cultural with a twist of garden reception. An amazing blend of the 21st century without losing the traditional culture. Photographers: Christopher & tecksiong Your Passionate Photographer ~ Christopher ~
11 Apr 2009 in Weddings, by
[Chinese Traditional Wedding] Malaysia Wedding Photographer
A great experience of witnessing a full frame of Chinese Traditional Wedding held at the Peranakan Baba Nyonya Mansion, Penang. The event was graced and led by 2 experienced and passionate Baba Nyonya heritage enthusiasts – Michael and Lillian. Fully equiped from traditional attire to precise decorations of wedding room. The event started with putting on make up and hair buns and followed by dressing up for the wedding. The groom and his entourage set off with the bride’s sedan to greet the bride. Upon reaching the bride’s house the groom then hands over a ribbon to the bride and guided the bride to the sedan where they then set off to the groom’s residence. The entourage led by a group of trumpet blowers created an exciting moment. Adding on to the sound of trumpet, fire crackers were light up to welcome the bride. The groom and bride then head for the bedroom for the unveiling ceremony. This then followed by releasing the chicken ceremony where it is believed that the first chicken that comes out will determine the sex of their first born baby. This tradition has long lost and is not been implemented in today’s modern wedding. The […]
19 Feb 2009 in Weddings, by