Anna & Viktor

Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna
Viktor & Anna

They met at 15 in Russia, and after a decade of friendship, decided to tie the knot at Sunny Singapore! I was thrilled to be able to partake this small and very cosy wedding celebration. We started by picking Anna from across the  road where the hotel Viktor resided for the night and promptly proceeded to The Russian Embassy and after the paperwork was completed we left for The Knolls at Capella where we celebrated their union with a Bread and Salt. The bread represented abandon and wealth. Since ancient times salt has been valued a lot in Russia, and its believed that salt offered protection from evil forces.

They then proceed to toss their glasses over their shoulders to symbolize good luck. It was a eye opener and Im very blessed to be part in witnessing the wedding celebrations!

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