Eric + Junie // Flutes

Wedding Photography by Lawrence

Wedding Photography

Intimate weddings are brilliant and beautiful. The onset of the coronavirus pandemic has given rise to a certain trend in weddings that no one had predicted. Intimate weddings are the new normal, and the new normal is here to stay.

“So how does it feel like having a small wedding?” I asked the newlywed, Eric and Junie. The couple felt more relaxed because they were surrounded by close-knit friends and family, and they felt more at home with their guests.

Keeping a beautiful wedding simple. Despite all the measures implemented in Phrase 2 wedding, Eric and Junie had gone ahead with a 20 pax wedding in July. That day was also my first wedding after a super long break. I couldn’t express how happy I was holding my camera shooting again. I’m really thankful that we actually went ahead with this small celebration and photographing this meaningful wedding.

Personally, I think that intimate weddings can have just as much of an impact as a large celebration. The love and warmth can be easily felt for sure. I can get used to this new normal.

Shooting a post-wedding right after the small merrymaking is getting increasingly popular too. A wedding used to be involved in a full day of celebration. Hence, with time on our hands and the couple still drowning in their happiness and excitement, it is the perfect game plan to do a post-wedding shoot. Eric and Junie, and myself did just that. So, watch out this space for their post-wedding images.

Update: View Eric & Junie’s post-wedding images here.


Wedding photography by UnderTheStars (Lawrence)
Photography venue at National Museum of Singapore
Lunch venue at Flutes

Intimate weddings are brilliant and beautiful. The onset of the coronavirus pandemic has given rise to a certain trend in weddings that no one had predicted. Intimate weddings are the new normal, and the new normal is here to stay.

“So how does it feel like having a small wedding?” I asked the newlywed, Eric and Junie. The couple felt more relaxed because they were surrounded by close-knit friends and family, and they felt more at home with their guests.

Keeping a beautiful wedding simple. Despite all the measures implemented in Phrase 2 wedding, Eric and Junie had gone ahead with a 20 pax wedding in July. That day was also my first wedding after a super long break. I couldn’t express how happy I was holding my camera shooting again. I’m really thankful that we actually went ahead with this small celebration and photographing this meaningful wedding.

Personally, I think that intimate weddings can have just as much of an impact as a large celebration. The love and warmth can be easily felt for sure. I can get used to this new normal.

Shooting a post-wedding right after the small merrymaking is getting increasingly popular too. A wedding used to be involved in a full day of celebration. Hence, with time on our hands and the couple still drowning in their happiness and excitement, it is the perfect game plan to do a post-wedding shoot. Eric and Junie, and myself did just that. So, watch out this space for their post-wedding images.


Wedding photography by UnderTheStars (Lawrence)
Photography venue at National Museum of Singapore
Lunch venue at Flutes

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