Joey and Gelle finally set their civil wedding date to July 19.
Before that date, of course we had to have a bridal shower for Gelle. I set the schedule to 14, the date when our friend Kes would be in Singapore for a stopover then invited Gelle’s gal pals over to our house. We had a tissue paper wedding gown contest, gave Gelle a cake with a banana stuck on it and a bunch of sensual presents wrapped in very interesting wrapping paper, watched Hayden Kho’s controversial videos and the video I made of Joey and Gelle’s pictures, and had a “forbidden questions” session.
tissue paper wedding gowns
take a closer look at the wrapper design… it’s not as innocent as you think!
crotchless panties and glow-in-the-dark cuffs
chocolate body paint and glow-in-the-dark love dice
our “seductive” pose
On the wedding day, we headed to Yew Tee Community Club where the couple had rented a room for the solemnization rites. It was already decorated for wedding purposes and even some 30 plush chairs for guests. Both their families had come over from the Philippines, and they also invited all their friends in Singapore. Cate and I were their witnesses, and so the four of us sat on the table at the front with the solemnizer as she performed the ceremony, had us sign the marriage contract with a feather-tipped pen, and asked the two to kiss, pronouncing them husband and wife.
After the short wedding ceremony, we headed to Sakura for the wedding reception. Our cab driver got lost and drove in circles, so we were pretty dizzy by the time we got there. It was a Japanese buffet lunch, and I loved the food, especially the chocolate mochi, which Chi introduced to us.
The wedding was a success. I’m sure the marriage will be, too.
Here is the video I made for them.