We got up on Saturday excited for Kevin and Joy’s special day! I went to the hotel gym and spent thirty minutes on the elliptical before breakfast, which made for a record three days in a row of working out this trip, lol. The wedding wasn’t until 4 PM, so Mike and I made the most of our last day in Penang wandering around town and finding delicious food to eat. We ate at a small Chinese restaurant for lunch, and wandered around looking for the amazing cendol we ate yesterday! Unfortunately, the version we found today wasn’t quite the same and a little disappointing – I found it to be too soupy.We also tried Ice Kachang, which is another shaved ice dish with various syrups and toppings – ours included creamed corn and peanuts. It was interesting to try, but neither of us really cared for the strange mixture of flavors.We got back to the hotel and got dressed – it was time for the wedding! It was really nice staying in the same hotel where the wedding was taking place, because if we needed or forgot anything, we could just pop upstairs to get it.I loved the colors and flowers they picked out for the bridesmaids bouquets (above) – it was perfect for their low-key garden ceremony. Before the ceremony itself, they did a tea ceremony where the couple served tea to members of each other’s family.How cute are they? Also, I did not realize that the bridesmaids would be wearing green…my dress was a very similar shade! Has this happened to anyone else?The perk of this coincidence was that Mike’s tie matched my dress pretty nicely, since he was a groomsman :) After the tea ceremony, we all headed outside for the wedding ceremony. We waited for the couple as Kevin had to quickly change into his Air Force uniform. Luckily, the weather was absolutely perfect for an outdoor ceremony! I loved the balloon theme they had going on. And there he is, with all the groomsmen! After a quick ceremony, Kevin’s Air Force buddies lined up for the saber arch, a very neat military tradition! Only the married couple walks through the arch, and the final pair held their sabers horizontally and didn’t let the couple pass until they kissed :) Then it was time for fun pictures! I loved the picture with the bridesmaids holding the sabers, interspersed with the military guys. I had to take a silly picture too. Yup, that’s my best pirate face. Walk the plank, yarr.Then, we headed inside for the wedding feast! And when I say feast, I mean feast – there were EIGHT courses. It included all sorts of things I had never eaten before, like jellyfish and ostrich! The ballroom was beautifully decorated, and there were all sorts of special touches to the evening that showed Kevin and Joy’s love for each other. Joy is very musical, so they sang a song together, and then Joy surprised Kevin by singing a song she had prepared just for him. Her musically talented siblings also got up on stage and performed a duet on the keyboard and cello. We’re so happy that we were able to go and be a part of their special day! May they have many, many years of happiness together!