Jeremy Chan, Jesseca Liu tie the knot in intimate ceremony

It's official: Jeremy Chan and Jesseca Liu have tied the knot in a hush hush ceremony in Jesseca's hometown of Langkawi today.
Held a day before Jeremy's birthday (July 17), the pair only had 15 tables of guests made up of their closest friends and family. There were six bridesmaids and groomsmen for the big day.
Jesseca wore a total of three gowns today, with two of them being specially designed white gowns from Galia Lahay, The Proposal, and the third a qipao by local designer LaiChan.

According to a press release shared with the media, the bride walked down the aisle accompanied by her dad, as the groom sang Jacky Cheung's 'Ai Shi Yong Hen'.

"Baby, July 16 is a day I'll remember for the rest of my life. During the past three years with you, you've taught me: acceptance, toleration and height are not problems. Thank you," said Jeremy in his wedding vows.

"I promise to kiss you before I leave the house and kiss you before bedtime. PS: I'll kiss you even if I don't brush my teeth," he continued. "If I can only love you for four days, make that spring, summer, autumn and winter. If I can only love you for three days, make that yesterday, today and tomorrow. If I can only love you for two days, that will be in good and bad times. If I can only love you for a day, make that every living day. I love you, my dearest wife."

In her vows to Jeremy, Jesseca said: "Ever since you got together with me, you've heard the worst things - thankfully you have a big heart and took it all in stride. You often tell me that I'm your best friend on earth, your best buddy, your best sister, your best travel and shopping kaki, I'm also your wife now.

"I will use the rest of my lifetime to learn how to be a good wife. Thank you for your determination and for not giving up, which gave me a chance to be your wife."
The wedding venue was designed with a monochromatic theme, with a lush photo area surrounded by fairylights, flowers and plants adorning the area. Like their romance, the couple hoped that the guests would be able to feel the down-to-earth yet romantic vibe from the decor.

The newlyweds' pet cats Tigger and Crusso made a special appearance at the wedding too, as cardboard cutouts and props for the photobooth.

In a joint statement, the pair shared that they first got closer on the set of xinmsn web drama Who Killed the Lead, and dated in secret for two years before going public.
"We didn't know that having a wedding would be so hectic, but we thank everyone as all this will become precious memories to us."

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