Traditional Chinese weddings are long, period. Hence the post below will be long and it only shows partly what happened during the day. Having said this it was full on! Lots of red, gold, shiny things and strange door games. I have NEVER seen anything like it in a good way! Natalie is the sister of Lucina whom I was also the photographer for and I feel part of the family. I have gained friends during the process. When I asked Natalie about her love story this is what she said: Vincent and I met through church 9 years ago. I remember the first time I met Vincent with his permed hair like Eason Chan (Hong Kong pop star). The first time I saw him I thought he was the most unattractive person i’ve ever seen (ouch!). That summer we had our uni holidays, we met up in Hong Kong and we spent the day shopping and eating together. Our first meal together was at a Thai restaurant and we over ordered and left feeling so full. We were both holding our stomach in pain from that meal. We continued to keep in contact through MSN and continued to keep in contact during our uni days and it was through MSN he professed his liking towards me. The first time time we went out together as a date, he sneakily grabbed my hand on the street and I tried to let go of his hand but he kept holding it firmer. I gave up and let him hold my hand. The day he proposed to me was in Taiwan on top of the mountain just like from the film Notebook! He proposed there and it was raining with limited shelter around us. So he proposed under my umbrella and I quickly replied because I was worried he was going to drop the ring down the valley. Once I said yes it started to pour down hard, so we ran to the nearest kiosk and the rest is history!