Dylan’s groomsmen’s poker faces and angel wings make for a hilariously lethal combo.
Key points: Being seriously sporting in more than one sense of the word.
Photography: KAI Picture
What happens when you have a bunch of guys by a body of water?
We give Xiu Long and his band of brothers 10/10 for creativity but kids, don’t learn to do this.
Key points: Mastering the stance – feet apart, hips forward.
Photography: Wayne Studio
Poh Lin and his groomsmen cut out a fine modern groomsmen portrait with all the right elements: matching tailored vest and pants attires, a grand backdrop and a well-arranged formation.
Key points: looking away in the distance and nice architectural background.
Photography: Andrew Ong from Ndrw fotographie
You know of the Singapore Girl, but have you met our Singapore Boys?
Key points: The iconic kebaya and the confidence to wear it.
See more of Joshua’s wedding here.
Photography: Third Eye Pictureworks
Get creative and have your brothers lined up behind you in this V-shaped formation like how Fitri did.
Everyone gets their fair share of exposure to display their various charms, most of which hilarious and nonsensical and good for a laugh for sure.
Key points: having a personality, cheerleader-inspired formations.
See more of Fitri’s wedding with his bride here!
Photography: White Spaces & Voids Society
Taking the public bus to their wedding wasn’t Mun Ching & Vincent’s only wedding plot twist.
Here’s another captured – handing flowers over to the brothers who carry them off better than us girls do.
Key points: Be cute but with a top model flair.
Photography: Andri Tei
Create a funny counterpoint to your groomsmen portrait like how Jiaming did with his boys!
While we did notice their dashing dark tailored suits, the kiddy floats and accompanying stances and expressions are everything. Who could resist a guy with a Frozen-themed bouncy float right?
Key points: irrelevant props, unfaltering confidence and sharp suits.
Photography: Joshua Sim, The beautiful moment photography
Pay homage to your ancestory with matching silk changsans, and look like a Chinese lord while you’re at it like how Ken Zhu and his brothers did.
Key points: quality traditional wear, spiffy hair styling and solid props.
Check out his wedding with Vivian Han here!
Photography: Lens Studio Photography
If being fierce isn’t your thing, take your cue from Zhiguang and his brothers in this hilarious and charismatic shot where they held nothing back. We can only imagine the silliness they get up to together on the daily basis!
Key points: willingness to let go of self, well-practiced dance poses and hilarity.
Photography: Ivan Tan from Ivan Tan Photography
Props to Andrew’s groomsmen for carrying off the suspenders look with such confidence and style. The groom is especially sharp in his uniform as well.
Key points: strong standing stance, fierce stares and military touches.
Photography: Daryl Aiden Yow
For a shot good enough for a band album cover, create the mood and ambience by picking a good backdrop and channelling all the cool vibes you can muster.
Afterall, how often do you have all your boys with you and a pro photographer capturing the group right? We say go for it!
Photography: Livestudios Photography
We are feeling a whole load of bromance with this groomsmen portrait with the men in matching crisp shirts and skinny ties.
Key points: identical beaming smiles, intense eye to eye gazes and an unbroken line of arms slung over shoulders.
Read more on Anders and his wedding with Sin huey here!
Photography: Amazing Group