Source: Oriental Daily
Translated by: aZnangel @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums/
Sherming Yiu and fiance's romantic wedding photos in 0 degrees
Soon to be bride, Sherming Yiu has less than 10 days left before she ties the knot with her boyfriend (Alan Ng). For the big day, the couple went to Kyoto, Japan for their wedding photo shoot. This year the delay of the cherry blossom blooming had once worried Sherming as she had to postpone the photo shoot to early April. She said: "First, we had to wait until Japan announces the date of the cherry blossoms bloom before we can book our flight. Second, its hard to book air tickets during the Easter holiday, so we just had to go to Japan a few days earlier and enjoy ourselves before taking the photos on the very last day of the trip!"
Sherming revealed the next day after they arrived in Japan, they encountered the strongest rainstorm in that area since 1959. She recalls: "I have never seen such a strong rainstorm, we were being pushed by the storm on the streets, so we always stayed indoors, didn't dare to go out!" She also reveals that at the time she was very worried the photo shoot couldn't happen, but fortunately a beautiful day was given to the couple on the day of their shoot: "However, when we were shooting by the seaside, the temperatures were nearly 0 degrees, very cold!"
It is the nature of women to love beauty. To look her best, Sherming set herself a goal to lose 13 pounds before the photo shoot, but in the end she was only able to lose 7 pounds. She laughed: "I could have reached my goal, but because of the delay and all the food I ate in Japan, it all backfired. Luckily, I didn't look too fat in the photos." Sherming disclosed the reason why the wedding photos were done in Japan, aside from the romantic feeling of cherry blossoms, Alan also proposed to her in Japan. So, it is very meaningful to the couple: "The wedding photos are once in a lifetime, must capture the beautiful memory."
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