Pages Menu
TwitterRssFacebook
Categories Menu

Posted by on May 13, 2010 in Wedding | 0 comments

Solemnization Preparation and Stuff

Solemnization Preparation and Stuff

Sick today, and because of this I have actually managed to find some time to do plenty of things at home! Had a good nap a while ago after taking my medication. After which, I’ve managed to –

  • Clear up my messy table

  • Sort out my finances
  • Apply some Dasco Dubbin on my leather shoes (been raining much lately)
  • Apply for Priority Pass membership courtesy of my Citibank PremierMiles

Speaking of Citibank’s PremierMiles card, we had intended to clock our wedding expenditures using a card like this, and hopefully at the end of the day, we would be able to use the mileage to exchange for free air tickets! Dropped by Citibank to extend my credit limit, and coincidentally the Citibank staff offered me the chance to get this card, so I said “why not?”.

A couple of days later, the card arrived in the mail, and I was baffled to learn that the default minimum annual income is $80,000. A pleasant surprise indeed. Remind me to get the $180 annual fee waived. Ouch.

Some backdated stuff : Having confirmed our wedding photographer for next year, we found time to visit Pixar’s exhibition in Singapore. No photography is allowed within exhibition grounds though. Besides the exhibition, we managed to watch the movie “Up” in 3D! Nice movie, great deal!

Oh, and it is less than one month to my solemnization! Been caught up in plenty of things – preparing for solemnization and our mini-honeymoon trip, and sourcing for hotels to hold our wedding banquet next year etc.

Although it has been a busy and tiring few months, it was pretty fulfilling to see everything fall into place as our big day approaches. We had fun/fustration preparing our solemnization invites some time back. We had intended our solemnization to be a low-profile event, with only 20 guests in total. That turned out to be a blessing in disguise, as we didn’t have to prepare that many invites.

Having printed the invites which we had designed, we made matching sleeves using fancy paper we had bought during our trip to Bandar Utama. After a couple of hours of hard work, the end result is below!

We still have quite a number of things lined up in the weeks to come, so it’s more preparation, more preparation, and more preparation! Till then, take care!

Post a Reply

Your email address will not be published.




Share This