Wedding Journey: We are officially Mr and Mrs!

I just registered my marriage legally with my husband last week at the Registry of Marriage (ROM)! ❤



I ❤ my dress!

Bought this dress from Theory of Seven, which first came too big on me. Thanks to my talented mother-in-law who worked as a dressmaker before, she managed to alter my dress to fit my size and height. I love how the ombre-effect of the dress make the photos look so beautiful! And the husband who dressed up as well 😉

“With this ring, I marry you.”

Loving this flower bouquet that my husband got for me, after showing him my preferences of flowers and arrangement. ❤

For all brides and grooms who want to save money, go to your neighborhood florist and ask them to rearrange the flowers for you as it is definitely cheaper than you buy from malls or elsewhere (depending on the flowers you choose). After comparing prices and talking to the florist, we got this bouquet for SGD $60, with a nicely tied ribbon at the end. It was comparably cheaper than those florists that I look around online. I also source for my neighborhood florist when I had to help my sister-in-law get her bridal album table cotton flower bouquet and it was a very nice experience with negotiable price too!

How about makeup?

Deciding to save money, I decided to do my own makeup and I think I am quite successful despite being a beginner!

My ROM Makeup Look

My ROM Makeup Look

I can tell you that this photo is not edited. I just love how my foundation ( give my skin such a dewy finish and it looks fabulous in photos without any white cast. Before that, I put the primer and  moisture ampoule base to allow the face to be work on smoothly. The mascara I used gave me such nice lashes without the need of putting fake lashes. I also add in a little bit of glittered eyeshadow to add some glamour, together with liquid eyeliner to enlarge my small, mono eyes. That’s one problem of having mono eyelids, it is so tough to make your eyes look big. I use orange blusher to give a nice healthy glow on my cheeks. Thankfully, an extremely nice and friendly makeup artist who did my makeup for an event, taught me the dos and don’ts for my makeup so I was able to pull this off nicely.

For girls who always have chapped and dry lips like me, do put lip sleeping mask the night before so that you will get a moist and plump looking lips the next morning! Another tip from me is to put the lip sleeping mask first before putting your lipstick. I can assure you that it will look great without the fear of having the color sinks into the lines of your lips.

After that, put loose powder to set the whole make up and you are good to go! This whole makeup look took me only 30 minutes which is not bad for a novice! Probably because I am a portrait pencil artist, maybe that’s why I can draw my face like that.  *A pat on my back*

Makeup I used for this look:

  • Real Skin Moisture Ampoule Base from Witch’s Pouch
  • Skin Equalizer Primer from Make Up For Ever
  • Ultra HD Make Up For Ever Foundation
  • Perfect Cover Concealer from Witch’s Pouch
  • Shadow Insurance Anti-Crease Eye Shadow Primer from Too Faced
  • Stay All Day® Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner from Stila
  • Shadow for Eyes (Royal Golden Beam – SD1) from Witch’s Pouch
  • Aritaum Mono Eyes (I think #96?)
  • Eye Brow Liner (Brown) from Silky Girl
  • Lash Perm Curl Fix from Etude House
  • Fresh Fruit Lip & Cheek Trio (Orange) from Skinfood
  • Lip Mask from Laneige
  • Lipstick from Elizabeth Arden
  • Loose powder from Laura Mercier

You can find most of these stuffs from either Sephora or Althea Korea Singapore. You can see that I am quite a fan of Witch’s Pouch! The rest like Etude House, Skinfood and Aritaum brands, I shopped them at Korea during my pre-wedding shoot vacation! I also did for my mother’s makeup that day and she loved her look too! *Double pats*


And finally, my favorite photo of the day!

I am so loving this picture taken by my brother-in-law! We decided that to show our joy and excitement by posing fun shot here instead of serious and boring pose with the backdrop outside ROM.

Why take such serious shot when it is a happy event? 😉


[Media Invite] Be amazed by how hand-drawn animations breathe life into vintage toys!

I have a fascination with hand-drawn animations, ever since I saw the works of an American animator, Glen Keane. One of his works, Duet, has got me so inspired that I went to read up about the technical aspects of animations and even attempted animations using my own illustrations. It was not an easy feat and I really salute all animators out there!

So, imagine my delight when I got an invitation by Ms Beverly to attend “Toy in Animation” exibition by MINT Museum of Toys and LASALLE College of the Arts. It will be interesting to get a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes of the process and watching the sketches come alive.

The animation below was created by a student who drew the character and transformed the sketch into 10 seconds dynamic 2D animation.

This exhibition is a collaboration between MINT Museum of Toys and LASALLE College of the Arts, where 90 students from the Animation programmes spent one day sketching at the museum. Bringing vintage toys to life with a touch of imagination, each animation tells a unique story and interpretation of selected toys.

“We believe our collection of vintage toys has the potential to inspire not only imaginative play but also various contemporary creative endeavours. With collaborations such as this, we also hope to open up more conversations about the relevance and importance of preserving these vintage toys. This project with LASALLE started from a small initiative and has grown into something we’re proud to be a part of.”

– Christopher Ho, General Manager, MINT Museum of Toys.

Drawing by a student from LASALLE

“At LASALLE, it’s important that students get to work outside the classroom, and draw new inspiration from everyday items around them rather than mimic existing animation. Starting from scratch with sketches helped sharpen foundational skills, while the short timeline served to stimulate industry practice and train students in quick decision-making. We’re very happy that this collaboration has grown to become a full exhibition.”

– Chris Shaw, Head, The Puttnam School of Film and Animation, LASALLE College of the Arts.

We got the opportunity to meet some of the students at the exhibition and they explained to me the process of how it was like sketching and making into animation within the deadline. Every level, there will be showcases of their works and the compilation of the animation videos which you can easily recognize some of the characters that you saw at the vintage toys displayed at the museum.

Here are some examples of their works:


One of my favorite sketches that I have come across!


Wish to see those drawings in action? Hop over to “Toys in Animation” exhibition at MINT Museum of Toys and you will get to see those works in animation! There will also be a Meet the Animators sessions on the specific dates stated below so do visit and get to interact with the animators to find out more about their works.

You can also get your complimentary tote bag when you register for ‘Meet The Animators’ on any of the following dates: 19, 20, 26 & 27 August 2016.
Register here: LINK

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Exhibition Information

Toys in Animation opens on 30 July 2016. In conjunction with Singapore Night Festival, Toys in Animation will be accompanied by Meet the Animators sessions on 19, 20, 26 & 27 August, from 7pm – 11pm. For more details, you can find out more at

Venue: MINT Museum of Toys, 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382
Opening Hours: 9:30am – 6:30pm daily
except during Singapore Night Festival on 19, 20, 26 & 27 Aug, exhibition will open till 11:00pm /


About LASALLE College of the Arts
LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore is a leading tertiary institution in cutting edge contemporary arts and design education and practice. The college offers over 30 undergraduate and post-graduate programmes in art, design, film, animation, fashion, dance, music, theatre, arts management, artist education, art therapy, and Asian art histories.

Its faculty is led by a community of award-winning artists, designers, educators and researchers, and their practice-led research sets LASALLE apart as an international centre of excellence. Critically acclaimed alumni form the core of the cultural and creative sectors in Singapore and increasingly internationally.

Founded in 1984 by de la Salle Brother Joseph McNally – a visionary artist and educator – LASALLE is a not-for-profit, private educational institution. LASALLE receives tuition grant support from the Singapore Ministry of Education. Its degree programmes are validated by Goldsmiths, University of London.

About MINT Museum of Toys
MINT (Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia) Museum of Toys houses a world-class collection of vintage toys and collectable items in an international award-winning contemporary building on Seah Street. When it was founded in 2007, the museum was the first in the world known to be purpose-built for toys, and to date, remains to be the only one.

Since its inauguration, the museum has expanded its collection, amassing over 50,000 items, 8000 of which are on display in the museum. The toys and items hail from over 40 countries and range in date from the 1840s to 1970s. These are displayed across the rooftop, basement and 4 thematic levels of the museum: Outerspace, Characters, Childhood Favourites and Collectables.

The collection is made up of various key collections, including Batman, Dan Dare, Japanese character and space-related toys, and collectables. In addition to toys, the museum also houses a collection of confectionary vintage tin-cans, large-item objects, such as Mobo horses, as well as enamel advertising signs. Over the years, these have been incorporated into various activities and programmes run by the museum, serving as windows into the past as well as inspirations for the present.

Today, MINT Museum of Toys serves diverse and expanding audiences, including students, artists, tourists, and a growing audience of collectors.


Credits to the following people for the pictures of the students’ drawings:
Students – LASALLE College of the Arts (

Disclaimer: Some pictures are credited to LASALLE College of the Arts and MINT Museum of Toys unless stated otherwise. However, content and opinions are of my own.

[Media Invite] Wed Like A K-Star Wedding Show – Achieving the Korean Bridal Look for Brides and Grooms

Le fiance and I got invited by The Louvre Bridal to attend the “Timeless Elegance Episode 3”, Korean Designer Bridal Runway show, which was hosted by W Hotel, Sentosa Cove.

At the classy interior lobby of W Hotel

Searching for a perfect dress can be most brides’ dilemma if you cannot determine the type of dress that best fitted your body shape. The silhouette, neckline and fabric of the gowns should be taken into consideration and it will be quite overwhelming if one is unsure of what she wants! Whether you’re petite, plus-sized or completely lacking curves, the right style paired with genius design details can give you the look you’ve always dreamed of. My advice for all brides and grooms to be, if you have a style or concept in mind or if you are indecisive, keep a lookout for wedding shows so that you can attend and have a feel of what is it like. Look at the gowns, the wedding photos and discuss with your partner to determine what best suit your taste and style. For us, we have always love the Korean Concept, thus we signed up with The Louvre Bridal.

Upon arrival, we were seated down just in time before the runway starts. Before that, there were talks by wedding vendors which gave expert bridal advice, planning tips and how to prep for the big day. The opening began with the cheerful K-Pop dance by the dancers which was quite a great start to the bridal runway!

The bridal runway is  a whirlwind of beautiful wedding dresses ready to suit even the most fashion-savvy brides! The dresses that came down the runway were nothing short of spectacular.

Are you ready for the gorgeous gowns and suits overload?

Being a bride and bridegroom of the Louvre Bridal, we were anticipating their gown collection since we will have to choose our outfits prior to our wedding day.

Typically, Korean wedding dresses have cuts and designs that will show off the brides’ silhouette, towards mermaid or trumpet styles. They also have other styles like princess gowns and ball gowns if you choose to opt for that too!

The elegant red trumpet dress

I am so loving this one!

Ball gown that sparkles!

To complement well with Asian skin tones, brides can opt for light pastel hues so as to achieve the perfect Korean bride look.

One of my favourite pieces! The ombre effect of blue and white was rather unique in the sense that you don’t really see these kind in coloured gowns collections here.

Korean designer gowns are usually embroidered with unique delicate lace to give off a soft romantic touch as it blends semalessly with the various materials of gowns like the beautiful beading details, the glitters as well as the delicate fabrics itself.

The delicate lace details that create a romantic silhouette for the gown

I love the heart shape back design of the gown! It gave a hint of sexiness yet elegant.

Look at how the lace embellishments complement well with the soft fabric of the gown, creating a soft and gentle look which give off the vibe of elegance.

So much focus on this back design! Look at the beautiful lace detailing which create a romantic look.

From my experience with the korean studio in my pre-wedding shoot, I noticed that they will pick accessories to the minimal with one head piece at the side. On top of that, they love to bring out the natural make-up look by picking the light shade of natural eyeshadow as well as picking out lovely shades of lip colours which are bright but not the neon color. The lip stick is also moisturizing enough to create a beautiful, healthy glowing and dewy look as shown on the models in the pictures. On top of that, individual segments of eyelashes is applied to create a natural and enlarged eye effect, instead of putting a whole strip of false eyelashes. My pre-wedding shoot MUA took quite some time to apply the lashes which I know it is not an easy application.

The natural K-bridal makeup look on the models, which create such a radiant and dewy look!

What about the grooms?

Grooms can play it up with non conventional colours such as navy or light blue ot even charming checkered suits. I like how perfectly matched of the groom’s top and bottom, as well as with their shirts together with the blazer. The accessories they don on match the colours and patterns of the unconventional suits to create the desired look.

I especially love these two outfits, which le fiance gave a nod of approval.

One of le finance’s favourites

One of my favourites. I love how the light blue blazer matched perfectly well with the navy blue shirt and sleek white pants.


Here’s the video of the whole runway, much thanks to The Louvre Bridal for the video production!

With The Louvre Bridal, Fion and Rebecca.

Ending with my favourite photo of the day:

The beautiful and handsome models that grace the show

I always love looking at the backstage group photos. ❤

If you are currently or going to plan your wedding, and prefer the Korean Style as mentioned, do not hesitate to look for The Louvre Bridal. The Louvre Bridal has been featured on The Wedding vow as one of the top 10 Bridals being listed! They are also featured in The New Paper as the trendsetter for new bridal trends. Be it pre-wedding Korean Concept photoshoots to Korea or in Singapore, or dressing up as beautiful K-bride and groom on your actual day, they offer wide range of bridal services which can customized to your needs. 🙂

To all brides and grooms-to-be out there, have fun planning your wedding and enjoy your wedding journey together! ❤

Credits to the sponsors for the event:
Makeup & Hairstyling – Eesha Ke & Team (
Flowers – Petite Fleur (
Videography – Coffee Tang from Coffee & Tea Dreamzcoffee (

Disclaimer: Some pictures are credited to The Louvre Bridal unless stated otherwise. However, content and opinions are of my own.


Timeless Elegance – Korean Designer Runway Show

UPDATE: I came back from work to find the lovely bouquet on my table. Thank you The Louvre Bridal for the beautiful flowers and the invitation to the wedding show for their Korean designer gown collection! It certainly make my day!

Signing up as a bride with Louvre Bridal, I will be anticipating their gown collection this Sunday at the Wed Like A K-Star Wedding Show hosted by W Singapore – Sentosa Cove.


Louvre Bridal will be holding their korean designer gown collection at an upcoming wedding show this Saturday!

“Timeless Elegance Episode 3” (시대를 초월한 우아함 3) will grace the bridal show runway at the Wed Like A K-Star Wedding Show hosted by W Singapore – Sentosa Cove on Sunday 17th July 2016.

Being the first and only bridal with Korean Designer collection in Singapore, every piece is infused with opulent grace and elegance, the Korean Designer Collection, is bound unleash the K-Star charms in you. 

Event Details:
Date:  Sunday, 17th July 2016
Venue: W Singapore – Sentosa Cove
Time:  1pm – 4pm

RSVP NOW for their most raved Bridal Couture Runway of the year!


Interview: Emily of the Emerald Hill

Previously I blogged about Emily of the Emerald Hill, written by Stella Koh and is one of the most popular Singapore production in Singapore’s theatre history.

It was a pleasure to be invited by the director, Shamila, to watch the play at Bukit Panjang CC. My first thought was that it will be interesting to see how it will be like to watch the monoplay in a simple, basic and no frill environment. It was a first for me to watch a monoplay which involves only one character as I usually watch musical plays which involves many characters in a full fledged theatre settings. And to my surprise, I enjoyed the play tremendously!

Laura Kee who played Emily of Emerald Hill has done a wonderful job in capturing my attention throughout the whole play. Despite having just a few stage props (chair and a table with a phone), she was able to act out the imaginary scenes with the imaginary characters as she displayed her emotions which can make me understand what was going on in the story plot. It is no wonder that everyone actually stay on for Act 2 because for me, I clearly want to know what happen next after Act 1. Sitting there, it makes me forget that I am sitting in the hall of the community centre and letting Emily (acted by Laura) mesmerized me with her life story at Emerald Hill.

I managed to meet the lovely people, Shamila and Laura, after the play performance and had a short conversation with them. Thanks Shamila for extending the invitation to my fiancé and I 🙂

I also had an interview with Laura, so thanks Laura for taking the time to answer my questions!

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Right now, they have ongoing performances until the end of july. So do catch the play if you can! I also have a pair of tickets to give away!

All you have to do is:

  1. Like Comfort Theatre’s Facebook page (@comforttheatre)
  2. Screenshots to show that you have like their page and email me at (Subject: Giveaway – your Facebook name)
More information on Stella Kon’s EMILY OF EMERALD HILL:

Ticket price: SGD $10.
10% Discount for Group Booking (Min. 10 tickets), applicable with minimum purchase of 10 tickets in same transaction.

Tickets are available through SISTIC at this link –

Dates and Times of Performances

July 16, 4pm – Tanglin Community Centre
July 16, 7pm – Tanglin Community Centre
July 29, 7pm – Goodman Arts Centre, Black Box
July 30, 7pm – Goodman Arts Centre, Black Box

Media Invite: National Gallery Open House – Common Grounds

Common Grounds will be back again this weekend!
Read on to see what National Gallery has in store for you!

I was invited to attend National Gallery Open House (Common Grounds) two weeks back which was the Gallery’s upsized weekend festival. Having informed that it will feature a wide variety of exciting activities, I decided to bring le fiance along as well.

About National Singapore Gallery

National Gallery Singapore is a new visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The Gallery is housed in two national monuments—former Supreme Court and City Hall—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue in the heart of the Civic District.

Reflecting Singapore’s unique heritage and geographical location, the Gallery will feature Singapore and Southeast Asian art in its long-term and special exhibitions. It will also work with leading museums worldwide to co-present Southeast Asian art in a wider context, positioning Singapore as a regional and international hub for the visual arts.

Common Grounds, the Gallery’s community open house, offers a fun day out for family and friends. With captivating performances and exciting art activities happening throughout the day, there’s something for everyone.

National Gallery Singapore Website

I met Ms Beverly who has kindly invited me to the event to receive my Media pass and package, which includes three lovely cards and food vouchers!

At the entrance, there is a table of activities at certain timings of the day so you can be sure to check out which activities interest you. Nontheless, I was pretty keen on Lindy Hop dance which was happening at that point of time and off we went to watch the performance. There are many other performances like Kulcha, Ensemble and drumming performances which we did not manage to see because of different timings.

Performance area

Lindy Hop is a vibrant dance that fuses jazz, tap, breakaway and the Charleston.

Along the way, we were approached by friendly staffs who encourage us to take picture with the painting on the wall, passing us the fish props to pose as well.

There are many other paintings which you can pose with and even 3D paintings are there to get you to do some creative poses!

Going up, we saw a few push carts which certainly brought me back to my younger days where I rememeber eating Kachang Puteh which was quite common in the past My favorite was always the sugar-coated peanuts which I was glad to see that the push cart selling that! And of course, we use our food coupons to buy 3 cones of Kachang Puteh. Yummy!

Kachang Puteh is a snack where wide ranges of nuts can be choose from to put into a paper cone. It was a common snack in Singapore olden days.

Old sweets

Bento stall

There are 5 levels for explorations. Map will be provided at the information counter:

The lower levels consisted of many activities ranging from taking photos at art exhibitions along the walls to kids activities where these invite parents and children to interact creatively through art making. There are also products displays which are up for sale .

Children’s artworks

Children’s artworks


Local art merchandises

Loving this style of painting by Sandra Lee

Beautiful notebooks

Hungry? No worries! National Gallery also has a cafe for you to eat and chill as well!

The upper levels contains mainly art galleries which display excellent varieties of artworks and scultptures by various artist including famous artists like Picasso.

Here some of the pictures taken at the galleries:

Like some of their artworks? You can also create poster of their artworks and send it to your own email using the interactive table DBS Singapore Gallery 2 (Level 2).

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It is happening again this weekend!

Common Grounds

Picture credited to National Gallery Singapore website

Right now, National Gallery Singapore will be bringing back Common Grounds for a second edition in celebration in welcoming 1 million vistors since their opening in November. Enjoy a fun day out with family and friends at the Gallery’s community open house. There will be activities like Art Alive! consisting of life-sized 3D artworks which are great photo poses, fun filled activities which include free instant prints, community art, art explorers for children and playing old school games at basement chinatown streetscape as well as performances and dances.

For more informations of the activities, please visit: National Gallery Singapore – Common Grounds

Date: 25-26 June 2016 (Sat – Sun)
Time: 11am – 6pm
Venue: National Gallery Singapore
Price: Free admission


Giveaway: Tickets to Emily of Emerald Hill play production

– Emily of Emerald Hill –
one of the most popular productions in Singapore’s theatre history,
is coming to a neighbourhood near you! ❤

Instead of performing at the usual theatres located in the Central/Town district, Desert Wine (a Singapore based media business) aims to present the famous and iconic play Emily of Emerald Hill under their new series called “Comfort Theatre: The Off Central Performances” where more heartlanders can enjoy their local plays in the comfort of their own residential area.

With so much art events happening around us, the local arts scene has grown so much over the years! Singapore’s Arts Scene has never been more alive and right now, it is already developing a thriving theatre scene. Even international broadway shows like Wicked and Les Miserables have already make way to our shores. However, most of the time, our Arts scene is often cocooned within the confines of Orchard Road/Central Business District in Singapore, which may give the impression of an exclusive community despite being centrally located.

Desert Wine aims to break away from this stigma of theatre by moving away from the usual theatres in the Central/Town district. They hope to bring awareness of the Arts and local talents TO the People by coming up with “Comfort Theatre: The Off Central Performances” series. This move hopes to allow more heartlanders to be able to have the great opportunity to reconnect with the arts and enjoy local plays at the comfort of their own residential enclaves without the need for a full fledged expensive theatre setting.

As quoted by Desert Wine:

Comfort Theatre
In this ‘Comfort Theatre: The Off Central Performances’ series, there will not be any flashy sets or expensive rigging/lighting. Instead, this Series will strip theatre to its core basics – to where the focus will be on the actor and the script.

Hence just as with comfort food, our Comfort Theatre is theatre made simple, basic, and with no frills. And just as with comfort food, Comfort Theatre will indeed still be fulfilling, nourishing, and enjoyable.

In essence, one need not have expensive staging to present good stories and good acting.

Desert Wine is proud to announce their upcoming play “Emily of Emerald Hill”, which was written by Stella Koh and directed by Sharmila Melissa Yogalingam. It will be the opening play of a roving, no-frills, stripped-down Series that will travel to various sites across the island from June 4th to July 2016.

Emily of Emerald Hill

We’re starting this Series off with Emily of Emerald Hill which tells the tale of a charming Peranakan woman, Emily Gan, who evolves from a frightened young bride to a strong-willed matriarch. And through her devious manoeuvring, her son’s mysterious suicide and her husband’s infidelity – Emily presents her life to the audience as one that is filled with love and happiness, and also with regrets and bitter lessons

– Desert Wine

Playing Emily
Seasoned actress Laura Kee will be playing Emily. Kee has been featured in movies such as 3688, That Girl in a Pinafore, and Ghost on Air and television shows such as Mata-Mata, Whispers of the Dead, Zero Calling, Code of Law and Incredible Tales. On stage, Kee has appeared in The Arsonists, The Circle of Truth, The Immortal Bard, and The Screwtape Letters.

Directing Emily
Sharmila Melissa Yogalingam will be directing this play. She is a director of movies such as The Stop, GLT, The Conditional Child, The Journey, and Doubt. Her last work was the movie The Singaporean, which was funded by MCCY’s SG50 Celebration Fund in 2015.

 More information on Stella Kon’s EMILY OF EMERALD HILL:

Ticket price: SGD $10.
10% Discount for Group Booking (Min. 10 tickets), applicable with minimum purchase of 10 tickets in same transaction.

Tickets are available through SISTIC at this link –

Dates and Times of Performances

June 23, 7pm – Bukit Panjang Community Centre
June 25, 7pm – Bukit Panjang Community Centre
July 16, 4pm – Tanglin Community Centre
July 16, 7pm – Tanglin Community Centre
July 29, 7pm – Goodman Arts Centre, Black Box
July 30, 7pm – Goodman Arts Centre, Black Box

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Here’s the best part…

6 pairs of COMPLIMENTARY tickets to “Emily of Emerald Hill”

Thanks to the generosity of Comfort Theatre, I will be giving away 6 pairs of complimentary tickets to my 6 lucky readers (one pair each)!

All you have to do is:

  1. Like Comfort Theatre’s Facebook page (@comforttheatre)
  2. Screenshots to show that you have like their page and email me at (Subject: Giveaway – your Facebook name)

To get higher chance of winning:
Extra chance will be given to those who:

  1. Share my blog post on their Facebook wall. Tag @comforttheatre and @bellaelysium in your shared post to make sure we get your message!

NOTE: Please change your privacy setting of your Facebook post to “Public”so that I can track your shared post.

The giveaway will be running for 3 weeks from now till 9th July 2016, 12AM.

  • 2 lucky winners will be randomly picked each week.
  • Winners will be notified via email on Sunday (26th June, 3rd July and 10th July) so keep your eyes peel for it! ❤

Click here to enter the giveaway:
Emily of Emerald Hill’s tickets GIVEAWAY


NOTE: This giveaway is only held in Singapore and is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.