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Amazing Rainforest Weddings Make Us Proud to be Malaysian - BUZZ. Malaysia may not have turquoise blue skies or flaming autumn leaves as a backdrop for your wedding. But what it does have in abundance are beautiful lush rainforests. We scoured the Net to find some awesome wedding locations, specially for nature lovers. Note: We left out beaches and landscaped hotel gardens. We also focused only on forested places where you could actually host a wedding ceremony on the lawn, and not just do a pre-wedding photo shoot. Here are some of the best locations we found in Malaysia for a forest wedding ceremony surrounded by nature: Just a short distance from central KL, Gita Bayu is an award-winning residence in Seri Kembangan, Selangor. Within Gita Bayu, the Kebun Mimpi Restaurant offers a great wedding location. Capacity: 230 pax. Source Source Photo by Mun Keat. Photo by Mun Keat. Enderong House is a great place to host an intimate wedding.

Source Source Source Photo by GallerieCK. Photo by Mun Keat. Aman Rimba is a private estate located 50 minutes from KL. Russia’s Gold Digger Academy. In the land of the boom-and-bust oligarchs, hopeful girls sign up for Oliona’s training school to learn how to snag a Moscow millionaire. “Business theory teaches us one important lesson,” says the instructress. “Always thoroughly research the desires of the consumer. Apply this principle when you search for a rich man. On a first date there’s one key rule: never talk about yourself. Listen to him. Gold Digger Academy. The students take notes in neat writing. “Go to an expensive area of town,” continues the instructress. “I want a man who can stand strong on [his] own two feet. Oliona lives in a small, sparkly new apartment with her nervous little dog.

“You should see the eyes of the girls back home. “Never wear jewelry on a first date, the man should think you’re poor. “Could you ever go back there?” “Never. But her sugar daddy promised her a new car three months ago, and he still hasn’t delivered; she’s worried he’s going off her. “But how can you meet with others guys?” “Of course. Jericho Rosales and Kim Jones Wedding Video | Philippines Wedding Blog. Here’s the video we’ve all been waiting for! The gorgeous Jericho Rosales and Kim Jones tied the knot a couple of weeks ago, and we are still on a high. Bob Nicolas certainly worked his magic and we are over the moon in love! Join us as we swoon over this amazing wedding! Related A Love Like the Ocean There is something quite magical when you get married in Boracay. In "Beach" The Sweetest Sunset Summer is fast approaching and all these beach weddings are certainly making us dream of the sea and sand. Serenade the Summer Sunset Simple and chic are probably way up on my list of favorite words.

7 Interesting Places To Say ‘I Do’ In Malaysia - The Wedding Notebook magazine. These are places in Malaysia that, when you see them, will instantly know there is something magical about them. Whether for an ROM or a small wedding ceremony, if you’re looking for something different or considering a destination wedding, perhaps these venues might be an easier and better alternative. #1 Cove 55, Santubong, Sarawak Located in Santubong, Sarawak, this exclusive resort has views of Mount Santubong and the South China Sea, and is a great venue for a sunset wedding ceremony, followed by an outdoor reception. #2 Jeff’s Cellar, The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, Perak Tired of typical wedding venues?

Imagine having your wedding in a Paleozoic limestone cave. At Jeff’s Cellar, the intimate cave interior and breathtaking natural water feature will definitely provide a magnificent backdrop for your wedding. #3 Avi Spa, Avillion Port Dickson If you are looking for a glass house, this could be the answer to your dream wedding. About - The Wedding Notebook magazine. The Wedding Notebook is an ultra chic quarterly online magazine and website for the modern bride. We cover engagement celebrations, bridal portraits and weddings. Besides that, we also offer fresh perspectives on wedding ideas and new talent in the industry.

Showcasing some of this region’s most unique, never-before-seen celebrations, our aim is to inspire others to plan a wedding day that truly reflects their personality and, most importantly, themselves as a couple. Above all, we are crazy about anything and everything that has to do with weddings! Currently based in Kuala Lumpur, with readers who are mostly from Malaysia and Singapore, The Wedding Notebook is the brainchild of Crossline Studio. Chaiyen Wong A designer. A wedding planner. Andros Xavier Chan Andros is a former banker with his fair share of experience in wedding planning. PRESSAn exclusive interview with From concept to creation. How to make a DIY time capsule guest book. Happy Friday everyone! I have wanted to create something like this ‘time capsule’ guest book for a long time and I’m thrilled to finally share it with you today!

Your wedding day is so special and not many people get to relive it – which is why this unique guest book would be a treat for any bride and groom! Making a vow not to open until your first year anniversary, getting to read special notes a year later is sure to bring that day right back to you like nothing else could! The ‘predict the future’ part seams like the most fun to read! Supplies: large glass jar (make sure it is big enough to fit lots of comment cards)frame (mine is 9 x 11, matted to 8 x 10)cute container to hold your comment cardssome crinkle shredribbon of choicecard stock (mine is 65lb from Staples, strong enough for a card, light enough to fold)paper trimmersticker paperglue dotsscissorscorner rounding punch (optional)a few pensprinter 1.

Iron out your Ribbon! So cute!!!