Taiwan actress Vivian Hsu and her Singapore-based businessman husband Sean Lee wed on June 30, 2014, in Bali. – PHOTO: MUSIC & MOVEMENT
Taipei – With a song heralding their new life together, Taiwan actress Vivian Hsu wed Singapore-based businessman Sean Lee on June 30, 2014, in Bali.
The couple performed a song Till I Met You in front of some 100 people including family and friends at the grand poolside wedding at Bali’s The Edge resort, Apple Daily reported.
He wrote the music and she the lyrics which went, “Till I met you/We Believe/What is destiny.”
Hsu, 39, was decked head to toe in luxury for her wedding to the Indonesian-born Lee, 36, chief executive of Marco Polo Marine.
She wore a lacey Vera Wang white gown and blue rhinestone-studded, Sergio Rossi open-toed high heels.
On her head sat a glittery Chaumet 15.54-carat white gold tiara from its Josephine collection filled with 173 brilliant diamonds, on her neck and wrist a diamond necklace and bracelet given to her by her in-laws, a pair of earrings in 18k white gold from Chaumet’s Josephine collection, and on her finger was a Chaumet wedding ring.
The nuptials held overlooking the Indian Ocean had a blue-white wedding decor with pink accents.
Wang Szu-han, Vivian Hsu, Ruby Lin and socialite Monica Chen at Hsu’s wedding in Bali two days ago. – PHOTO: MUSIC & MOVEMENT
Hsu’s buddies including Taiwanese actress Ruby Lin and singer Kei Yasuda, formerly of Japanese idol group Morning Musume, were among the celebrity guests.
Taiwanese singer Wang Szu-han, who was in a 1990s girl music trio with Hsu, was the bridesmaid, while Lee’s two daughters from a previous marriage were among the flower girls.
Absent was Hsu’s dad, who was ill but who would attend their post-wedding banquet in Taipei next month, said Apple Daily.
On stage, Lee pledged to Hsu’s mother, “I will let Vivi be happy forever. We will grow old together and be happy forever. Please don’t worry.”
The couple, said to have started dating in April last year, registered their marriage in Singapore in February.
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