Do you have the best-ever wedding photo?

GANGNAM STYLE WEDDING: Ms Cindy Lim and her husband surprised everyone by doing Psy's iconic dance routine for their wedding march.


    Jun 07, 2013

    Do you have the best-ever wedding photo?

    WHEN planning for their wedding, 25-year-old Cindy Lim and her husband wanted to do something different that would change the way people looked at wedding marches.

    So, they surprised all their guests on their big day by marching into their wedding dinner with a dance - Gangnam Style.

    When Cindy heard of Stomp's Best-Ever Wedding Photo Of All Time contest, she wasted no time in submitting the video and photos of her unique wedding.

    For this contest, Stomp is looking for unusual or quirky wedding photos and videos that tell a great story.

    Stomp editors will pick five winners, who will each receive a $100 shopping voucher from Takashimaya, Kinokuniya and Harvey Norman.

    For Ms Lim and her husband, sharing the story behind their unorthodox wedding march was their unique way of saying thanks to their families and friends.

    She said: "We believe we have succeeded in leaving a different impression of wedding dinners on our guests and we got excellent feedback from them."

    Another wedding that left an impression on its guests was Mr Alex Khaw's, when he used two sports cars - a Ferrari and a Lamborghini - to star alongside him and his wife in a series of videos that showed the couple's story leading up to them walking down the aisle.

    For Ms Geraldine Lim, the contest offered her a second chance at sharing with the world a beautiful union broken by a cruel twist of fate.

    The 25-year-old sent in photos of her and her late fiance, taken during a shoot in Taiwan which they had hoped would wow the crowd at their wedding.

    Unfortunately, she was denied that chance as he died in a traffic accident just a few days after they returned from Taiwan.

    Sending in the "most memorable shots" from the shoot, she wrote: "I still hope to win this contest as we never had a chance to showcase our wedding album."

    To take part in the contest, send in photos or videos of your wedding that fit the theme of "The Best-Ever Wedding Photo Of All Time", along with a short write-up of 100 words explaining what happened, who was involved and why it was memorable.

    The contest ends on Aug 31.

    Do note that you and your spouse must be together in at least one of the pictures submitted in your entry.

    Feel free to send in as many photos or videos as possible to increase your chances of winning.

    You can e-mail your entries to

    Share with us the emotions behind your wedding photos and videos today. So, don't wait any longer. Go to to find out more.