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ONLINE CONTEST BRIDES GO FOR WEDDING GOWN FITTING
THE STAR, Saturday January 31, 2009
 
THE top seven short-listed couples in the www.lovemedo.com.my contest went for a gown-fitting session recently.

The girls made their way to local designer Kris Wong’s outlet That Special Occasion in Desa Sri Hartamas in search of the perfect gown with their husband-to-be in tow.

Wong was on hand to give tips and advise the couples on choosing the right gown for the occasion before the girls picked their favourite dress.

Among those who were seen looking for gown with much excitement were Lim Meng Fong and his wife Khor Hui Ming, 29 who could not decide on which gown they should choose.

“There are just so many designs to choose from and we can’t decide because every design is so lovely,” Lim said.

While for Poo Ming Lee, she had her husband Cheah Kei Yuen to thank as he brought a digital camera along to snap photos of her in the gowns before they made their decision.

Along with the fitting session the the finalists also expressed their happiness at still remaining in the region’s first ever online wedding contest.

“We both learnt so much about each other since the contest started.

“We had the opportunity to discover more about each other’s traits and it helped in bringing us through the various challenges in the contest. It surely brought us closer,” business analyst Kelvin Teo, 26, said while his wife Kimberly Yap nodded in agreement.

Another finalist Sean Lim Hsien Han, 31 said that without the help of his friends, colleagues and relatives, who voted for him and his wife, they would not have qualified for the third phase.

The contest conceptualised by Berjaya Hotels & Resorts Marketing Communications director Thang Han-Ni, together with her team, offered the seven couples the opportunity to win a designer beach wedding at the Berjaya Langkawi Beach & Spa Resort worth about RM100,000.

Thang said in the third phase, contestants would also be participating in other events such as photo shoots, and beauty workshops, which they could share with the public through blogging.

On Feb 5 and 6 the contestants would be participating in an actual wedding photography session by renowned wedding photo-journalist Edmund Tham,

Donning their pre-selected wedding attire four couples would be whisked away to Berjaya Hills for a highland-castle wedding themed photography, while the other three couples would be photographed at the chic Berjaya Times Square Hotel & Convention Centre.

During the gown fitting session, the finalists were also given tips on their hairstyles by Centro Hair Salon. The public can view the finalists’ blogs and vote at the contest’s site at www.lovemedo.com.my

Voting for the third phase ends on Feb 23 where the top three couples would proceed to the final phase of the contest.

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