11/11/11: Congratulations Jason & Rainne!

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay Blog | Blog Post of Cheryl Tay

A wedding is always a romantic and beautiful affair, especially so when both the bride and groom are people you know. I was one of the 98 privileged guests at the wedding dinner of Jason Chew and Rainne Leow last Friday, on the ever-popular date 11/11/11 at La Villa.


321651_10150372390461235_527896234_8668925_1602287162_nKeeping it a cosy affair, the newly-wedded couple had time to speak to all the guests, mingling and thanking each and every one of us for coming.


La Villa was done up so prettily!




I sat at the head of this table!




There was a photo booth managed by some of the Pit Crew (Jason’s pride and joy) staff and Gordon Lit (chief national scrutineer for the Singapore Grand Prix) was the photographer! Thank you Bernard Cheok for taking photos with me:


306357_10150364162023284_703738283_8521009_951130282_nI did take a shot with the bride and groom too – will put it up here once I get it! Here’s a candid shot of me with the groom:


I knew Jason through a Maserati GranTurismo event at Sentosa back in 2007/2008 in his last few days of being a motoring journalist. He is now the proud boss of Pit Crew, an events and logistics company that specialises in automotive, driving, motoring, motorsports events. The advanced driving clinics, drive ups to Malaysia and even Formula 1 concrete barrier set-ups are facilitated by them! I knew Rainne the bride during her days in PR at Volvo (Wearnes Automotive).


The menu was a simple but tasty four-course Western meal – yummy – and the wedding favour was a truly unique and meaningful one:


Congratulations once again Jason and Rainne – here’s to a lifetime of wedded bliss and happiness!


Cheryl Tay

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