Posted by: sammerz | 27 December, 2008

Engagement Party #1

We have quite a few friends, so we’ve decided to host separate engagement parties for family and for friends.  At least it gives our 2 families the chance to get to know each other!  The party was held over a scrumptious seafood buffet dinner at the Melba Restaurant, located in the Langham Hotel.  The Melba staffed arranged for two long tables to seat the 30 guests in a somewhat enclosed area, which of course, gave us a little privacy to give our engagement speech.

We were also honoured to have two more guests arrive later, Betsy (the Maid-of-Honour to be) who just flew in from Hong Kong, as well as her cheeky chauffeur for the evening, Jazzie.

Here’s to the Tongs and Leongs – may we more than just family, but close friends too!!

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