Former Hong Kong TVB actress, Sherming Yiu (姚樂怡), will be getting married with her boyfriend, Alan Wu, next week. The couple has been dating for 8 years. The wedding will feature a retro-theme held in the Walled Village of Hong Kong! Sherming will even be seated in a bridal sedan chair on her wedding day!
Taking Wedding Photos in Japan
Earlier, Sherming and Alan traveled to Kyoto, Japan to take their wedding photos earlier, which featured dramatic nature backgrounds of beaches and cherry blossoms. Sherming and Alan were caught in the strongest winds to blast through Japan in the last 59 years, matching in force to Hong Kong’s typhoon wind strength!
The couple turned the photo excursion into a vacation, sampling local delicacies in Japan. Due to the delicious Japanese food, Sherming gained back the 6 pounds in weight she had lost prior to the trip. The bride was still far from her weight loss target of 13 pounds, with only 6 days left until the wedding banquet!
Retro-Themed Wedding in Walled Village
Sherming and Alan’s 30-table wedding banquet will take place next Thursday, April 26th. An elaborate retro-themed wedding ceremony will occur on Sunday, April 29th in Walled Village, Hong Kong. While Alan grew up in the Netherlands, his family originated from Walled Village, where they will hold a 100-table celebration inviting their closest family members and friends.
Sherming and her bridemaids, Pinky Cheung (張文慈) and Emily Kwan (關寶慧), went for a bridal fitting the day before. Sherming custom-ordered a traditional Chinese bridal gown, embellished with an thousands of crystal beads. The women loved extremely excited when trying out their gowns. Sherming said, “If my bridesmaids were to wear their gowns with sneakers, they will look even more trendy!”
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Jayne: Many Chinese brides (especially overseas) now only wear white-colored wedding dresses. Actually wearing a traditional Chinese bridal gown and observing the customary bride and groom head-bowing ceremony may be quite interesting, hehe!
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