Daniel and Cynthia, 24 Jun 06, Crown Hotel, Empress Ballroom

Bevlyn’s thoughts: A Walk To Remember L-R: Bevlyn, Cynthia, Daniel and ZQ If you’re are unfamiliar with the Singaporean-style toasting sessions, they go like this: each toast is marked by an enthusiastic and prolonged cheer of yum seng, a Cantonese phrase meaning “drink plenty”. As the host for Daniel and Cynthia’s wedding, it was my responsibility to encourage all guests to participate in the toasting ceremony, and make as much noise as possible. Quite a few joined in for the…

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Ghim Howe and Vo, 18 Jun 06, Asian Civilisations Museum

ZQ’s thoughts: Can’t Take My Eyes Off You! It’s the night of your wedding, and you’re often so frazzled that hardly anything registers; you feel as if you’re being herded around like sheep, rushed from one place to another. Is this familiar? Thankfully, the above did not apply to Ghim Howe and Vo, who were probably the most charming couple I’d met since I started singing for A Little Dream. They lit up the room with their beautiful smiles and…

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Jean and Dave, 6 Jun 06, Amara Hotel

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: You Are My Raincoat Jean engaged our band as a surprise wedding gift for Dave. Which meant that the band members had to sneak into the hotel kitchen and hide while Dave was in the ballroom. Luckily, we had eaten earlier, otherwise, our stomachs would have growled in protest! Dave, looking surprised and happy, when he entered the ballroom with Jean! I couldn’t see whether Dave was surprised when he and Jean marched-in to the live performance…

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Jerlyn and Jowie, 14 May 06, Padang Ballroom, Swissotel The Stamford

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: 月亮代表我的心 (The Moon Represents My Heart) If we were to compile a Billboard chart of most popular wedding songs, 月亮代表我的心 will most certainly be in the Top 3. It’s not hard to see why. It’s familiar to everyone from 8 to 80, and although I’m still not sure what it means to have the capricious moon representing my heart, I can certainly appreciate the chorus, which goes, “Your kiss, so light, has moved me. This love will…

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Esmond and Gwendolyn, 19 March 2006, Tanglin Room, Regent Hotel

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Esmond is the perfect gentleman. In our e-mail correspondences, he always phrases his requests in the most polite way, and thanks me for my suggestions. Still, I had to put my foot down when he wanted us to perform Waiting For Tonight (too techno), Save The Best for Last (not very appropriate unless your relationship fits the story of the song) and the most deceptively-titled song of all, I Will Always Love You (It’s actually about a…

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Elinus and Evelyne, 8 Mar 06, Four Seasons

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: 孤单 (Lonely) No More It was a lovely wedding! Evelyne and Elinus looked radiant that day, and we received positive feedback on our performance. It was my first time singing You Raise Me Up, and Every Woman In The World and I really enjoyed both songs! They are going straight into my list of recommended songs, I tell you. I remember working closely with Evelyne on the song list. Initially she wasn’t sure if 孤单北半球 (Feeling Lonely…

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Raymond and Zee Zee, 19 Feb 06, Orchid Country Club

Bevlyn’s thoughts: A Moment Like This This was an interesting experience because even though we had sung in the Ruby room of the Orchid Country Club before, we had not been to the outdoor porch, the Octagon. When I arrived at the venue, I was quite impressed that the country club decided to make use of the open space below the grand staircase, which overlooks the picturesque golf course. It definitely is an ideal location for buffet meals. Raymond seemed…

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Ken and Vivian, 6 Feb 06, Holiday Inn Parkview

Bevlyn’s thoughts: Against All Odds Ken loved the idea of having a live band perform at his wedding; unfortunately, everyone else thought it would be a waste of money. Kudos to him for contacting us anyway. We could tell how excited he was, because he had already chosen a list of songs he wanted us to perform. He loved the song Dream A Little Dream so much, he actually found five different versions of the song and played them before…

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Felicia and Kai, 9 Jan 06, Noble House Restaurant

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: 出嫁 (Getting married) Performing at Noble House is always a gamble, because the microphones tend to act up. The management should really make an effort to upgrade its sound system or get new microphones because the current ones are on their last legs. Technical problems aside, Hui Bing and I really enjoyed singing for Shan Shan (Felicia) and Xin Kai. It was great to finally meet them after communicating through e-mails — Felicia was planning her wedding…

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