Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Year End Wedding Dinner

Tonight my childhood friend, Thomas Teo held a wedding dinner at Mingziang Court at Kingwood Hotel. He is married to Connie Wong.

Here are the overview of the Mingziang Court and its main stage

Thomas and Connie with their parents at the main entrance of Mingziang Court to greet the guests

Thomas and Connie's wedding photo

The bride and groom making their way to the main table after all guests had arrived and seated

Cake cutting ceremony

This are the members at my table. Mostly are my schoolmates from primary and secondary school with our wives

Good thing was Tiger beer was served cold to us. Not many wedding dinner I attend now serve beer so I'm very happy to see beer was served here.

The first dish was what we called the "cold dish"

Then the shark fin soup follows. Nowadays most of the restaurant here serve imitation shark fin soup.

Duck with rice dumpling inside

Steamed fish

Halfway to the dinner, the MC, Teck Sung invited the bride and groom to come on to the stage to open the "sparkling juice" and pour it onto the tier of glasses.

The bride and groom with their parents making a toast.

After that, roasted chicken was served in 2 flavour.

Broccoli and Chinese mushroom

Prawn with almond nut

Bride and groom making a round visit and we had a photo session with them

Last dish was the dessert. I have no idea what it was. Strangely, no fruits was served for dessert.

Number 8 is always a lucky number for the Chinese and one will notice there are always 8 dishes served during the wedding dinner or banquet.

Congratulation to Thomas and Connie!


Anonymous said...

congrulation.. great wedding party

soulesscloudy said...

duck with rice?? seems tasty.. haha..
Congrat for the couple...
Happy New Year

RiP666 said...

wow...looks great

suituapui said...

I can recognise what's his name now, the boss of Warong BM. Richard? He was my English tuition class student.