Bevlyn’s Thoughts: I Wanna Grow Old With You
Wendy and Desmond’s wedding probably marked a first for me – the first time I see a bride and groom go UP the stairs (instead of down) when they ‘march-in’. Flutes at the Fort has a wonderful long aisle with n number of steps for the sporty and adventurous ones. Wendy requested for the band to perform ‘live’ their march-in song “I wanna grow old with you” while they walked up the stairs and wave to guests gathered around the open-ended side of the restaurant.
esmond and Wendy walked up to the ‘Garden level’ where the Justice of Peace awaited, and they said their vows and solemnised their marriage while their close friends and families watched on from atop.
Check out these cutsies which welcome the guests at the reception table!
The song list for this wedding was eclectic, we performed “All I ask of you” from “Phantom of the Opera” and “Love in the first degree” by the Bananaramas both within an afternoon. The guests did not seem bothered by this clash of genres; afterall, everyone was in high spirits and I supposed surprises like this rode on the wave of love!
The wedding was really a chill affair with Desmond and Wendy mingling around with many guests, many of whom were stuffed with excellent cuisine and wine served by The Flutes. How do I know? Ein Ein and I had our great share of it too! 🙂
Congratulations to Desmond and Wendy, who did a great job putting this wedding together despite being in Australia until a few days right before the wedding day. May the two of you grow old together and your love for each other be strengthened from day to day.
Band: Bevlyn & Ein Ein
I wanna grow old with you (1st march-in), La vie en rose, Dream a little dream, Love will keep us alive, We’ve only just begun, 月亮代表我的心, Your song, Rainbow connection, Love of a lifetime, Love story, All I ask of you,
That’s what friends are for (dedication to friends), Too much heaven, Close to you, Lost in your eyes, 我只在乎你, Thank You For Loving Me, Built To Last, 至少还有你, Love in the first degree