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1. Video montage
Most Singaporean couples may be skipping the traditional video montage where photos from your childhood are screened for guests. But it’s a great way to show how you both met and progressed in your relationship, especially if you’ve taken many photos along the way.
2. A photo display
If you’re having an engagement photo display, include photos taken throughout your relationship as well. You can even put them in order with captions on when the photo was taken, what were you both doing, and so on.
3. Video clip
Don’t have many photos? Reenact the significant moments in your relationship – from the day you first met, to your first date, when he proposed, and so on. Shake things up a little by arranging your first march-in to happen right after you both walk into the sunset in the video.
4. Put up a sign
This can come in the form of a chalkboard, antique mirror, or other signs with a timeline of your relationship.
5. Your wedding programme or napkin
This is perfect for the people such as your relatives, colleagues or parents’ friends who might not know you both that well.
6. Wedding vows and speeches
If you’re writing your own vows, make it more heartfelt and personal by saying how you felt when you first met, went on your first date, and so on.
7. Table or stage games
Have guests guess who said “I love you” first, or who asked who out and so on via these games.