Hui Bing’s thoughts: Stuck On You
Like many other guests in the ballroom, I was deeply touched during that moment when Thomas turned to Pui See and said, “I will use my lifetime to cherish you”.
Earlier, Thomas had shared that their 13-year long relationship was not always a bed of roses. Both have spent a considerable amount of time apart.. In the initial years, Thomas was in the army and couldn’t find much time to be with Pui See during the weekends. Subsequently, they studied apart – he went to Australia while Pui See studied in a local university.
While Thomas and Pui See was sharing these snippets of their lives, Ein was softly playing, “Stuck On You” (earlier requested by Thomas) on the keyboard. It was a great way to add to the mood of the speech.
Another highlight which made performing at this wedding more enjoyable – Thomas’ gang of brothers (incidentally, one was my JC classmate whom I haven’t seen for 10 over years). They were so friendly, easy-going and jovial and they really tried their best to make their buddy’s wedding a memorable one.
Dear Thomas and Pui See, our warmest congratulations and we wish you a lifetime of bliss and happiness.
Hui Ji Xiang
On the Wings of Love (1st March-in), A Moment Like This, Angels Brought Me Here, Amazed, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Do That To Me One More Time, Eyes On Me, Fallen, Grow Old With You, I Do (Cherish You)
My Girl (2nd March-in) Shakespeare In Love, Stuck On You, When You Tell Me That You Love Me, It Might Be You, Wind Beneath My Wings, All I Ask of You, Fly Me To The Moon, L-O-V-E, Pretty World, Sway, The Way You Look Tonight, C’est Si Bon, Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps
Dear Bevlyn and Huibing,
Many thanks for the lovely songs that the band has played and sung specifically for the march-ins and throughout the night. We especially thank Huibing for the way she sings the songs, giving a romantic and playful feel to the event.
We especially love the few songs at the beginning of the event when that we get a chance to enjoy the music. Keep up the stellar performance please! We would love to hear Huibing sing again.
We would also like to apologise to the band for not making the time to take a photo with you; it was a hectic night as the “eleventh” hour closed in.
Again, thank you so much for helping us to bring to all a beautiful and memorable event.
Sincerely with thanks
Thomas Phung and Chan Pui See