MCO Wedding at Sekeping Jugra… These days MCO, RMCO and SOP are just one of those abbreviations that we are so accustomed to and NO thanks to the pandemic. No one would ever have imagined that it would come to this. We shot this wedding at Sekeping Jugra last year just before the MCO (Movement Control Order) in Malaysia. We didn’t update this on our blog as our friends at The Wedding Notebook did a feature on this unconventional wedding, do read their post here.
This couple planned their wedding years ahead and even printed our their invitation cards. I know those that have planned their wedding during this time must have gone through similar dilemma due to the uncertainties that lies ahead. Glad that this couple immediately put their wedding planning in motion as soon as the Malaysian government has given the green light to have small weddings.
This MCO wedding at Sekeping Jugra is small, intimate and cosy at the same time. We love it! 20 guests! Which reminds us that we had done a 20 guests wedding just before the pandemic, read the post here. Of course it won’t be easy to cut down the guest list to just 20 people, but I guess no matter what love must be celebrated.
Thanks to the advancement in technology, guests can also virtually attend the wedding via video conferencing apps that are currently available now. All in all we love small and intimate weddings. Really love the atmosphere and how easy the day goes without rushing through the packed wedding itinerary.
Back then we thought that this situation would just last about a year. But it has been a year now, and really weddings are still like this one ~ smaller and more intimate. I guess we might not be able to do big weddings like the way we used to for now, but we can still celebrate love. Life is indeed too short, and we are not guaranteed a tomorrow. So while we can we can choose to live and choose to celebrate love.
To all our #coronabride #covidbride #pandemicwedding or whatever you gonna call it, lets just celebrate the love that this lifetime has come to give us!
Here are some of the captures that day…