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29-08-2012 11:50 PM #16
Its not necessary.. Its more for tradition so u can check with the parents and in laws.. but rmb no matter wad they say, ur the one getting married so final decision is yours. I wont have gate crashing as well.. I don't wanna see my fiance sweat and have wasabi, chilli etc (etc) in his mouth before he kisses me! ewwww.. hehehe.. and be all sweaty and tired.. Its nice to see him fresh handsome and looking like a prince rather than a tired man.. hahaha.. so its ur decision!
30-08-2012 12:10 PM #17
its not a tradition to have it la ... so if you dun want then some how it just miss out the fun tats all..
We had a very tight timing too but the we still managed to do the gatecrashing just tat it got to be real early ... like 6am reached the bride hse....
my husband enjoyed his gatecrashing
30-08-2012 02:36 PM #18
its realli up to personal preference. my mum was telling me not to have gatecrashing, just "haggle" abit at the gate for the gatecrashing angbao and can let the groom in alrd. but without it, it realli doesnt seem as fun. just filled w the traditional tea ceremony onli. it depends on the couple, my HTB's xiong dis are actually more than well prepared mentally for gate crashing haha!
if u are worried bout it going overboard, then talk to your jiemeis bout your preference, and where ur limit goes. ive alrd conveyed mine to them
31-08-2012 12:32 AM #19
Depends on the parents, if they are not the traditional kind then its okay. gate crashing is to bring up the atmosphere
19-09-2012 04:10 PM #20
i think is really alright not to have gate crash.....
05-10-2012 01:25 PM #21
we are not having gate crashing as well. Tea ceremony to parents only as well - not even on the AD. I feel most importantly is the bride and groom. Doing something you don't like out of tradition or hear-say may not be suitable for everyone. Bottom line, is the BIG day for the bride & groom and they should have it however they want.
I actually did research on the history of gate crashing, guo da li, si dian jin and etc. Most ppl that I know who did all that have no clue what's the reason behind it. Perhaps I am too practical.
07-10-2012 11:36 PM #22
Fun and its a tradition. However, its really up to the couple comfort. Some games can really get really wild...
10-10-2013 03:38 PM #23
i'm not planning to have gatecrashing. i want my wedding day to be solemn and special.
11-10-2013 11:52 AM #24
It really depends on you. It's not really compulsory to have one though.
13-10-2013 06:00 AM #25
Personally I think its fun! I'm only doing that and tea ceremony though, none of the other stuff like the guo da li... So its really up to the individual; depends on what kind of wedding you want, and what you want to include in it?
15-10-2013 09:16 PM #26
i believe its up to individual beliefs and wedding memorial to do gatecrashing.
But personally, i also feel its fun to do gatecrashing.
16-10-2013 09:05 AM #27
i think it's alright. we didn't have a gatecrashing on our wedding too because it was a mutual decision not to do so.
16-10-2013 11:39 AM #28
Sure why not? My friend did her makeup at home, then went directly to church. Her fiance waited for her at church.
07-11-2013 03:42 PM #29
it's alright. it's not really compulsory to have a gate crash during your wedding. but it would be fun to have one too.
08-11-2013 08:48 AM #30
definitely all right to skip it!
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