On 2 February 2018, #chrysfaliqeverafter set the wedding bar high with a spectacular union that saw the coming together of 2 powerful Malaysian families, the Tans of Berjaya Corporation and the Nasimuddins of Naza Group.

The Chateau in Bukit Tinggi was transformed into a dream castle for the radiant bride Chryseis Tan, who wore a finely embroidered Yefta Gunawan wedding gown with mandarin collar and floor-sweeping veil. Faliq Nasimuddin complemented his bride in a traditional baju Melayu and songket in their turquoise and peach theme colours.

The ceremony, attended by respectable society figures, began with a jovial akad nikah and a noteworthy pantun recital by patriarch Tan Sri Vincent Tan, a fun-filled chip san leong, and an emblematic tea ceremony to seal their cultural bond. 

The bride stepped into married life, fittingly dressed in a traditional-meets-contemporary bridal gown by Indonesian designer Yefta Gunawan. It featured a delicate, billowing veil that swept the floor as Chryseis made her bridal march. 

Chryseis and Faliq's big day was made possible by the decorating wizards of Thai group Rainforest The Wedding

Just married! The couple couldn't be more blessed, sealing their union in the presence of their nearest and dearest.

Faces of diversity: The Nasimuddins and their children celebrating the big day with new family portaits.

The moment he's been waiting for: Faliq can finally put on a ring on it.

Faliq delighted guests by showering Chryseis with affectionate kisses.

The Tan family welcoming Faliq to the household, in their first official family portrait.

Guests couldn't get enough of the beautiful pelamin, and of course, the beaming couple.

Guests like Francisco DeLeon clamoured for a shot with the picture-perfect pair, post solemnisation.

Koh Li Tim cut a striking figure next to his mother, in a blush-hued baju Melayu, as a nod to the wedding theme colour of his best friend Chryseis.

Long-time friends from near and far, like Jennifer Huang and Douglas Wang, had a chance to wear traditional Malay garb for the culturally colourful festivity.

Chryseis set the bar high for 'wedding of the year', in a dream wedding number under a canopy of blushing flowers.

A touching gesture from Chryseis to Faliq: Her first official salam as his wife. 

The bridal party greeting the newlyweds.

These expressions of joy say it all.

Newly minted sister-in-law of Chryseis, Diana Nasimuddin, showed off a beautiful Jovian Mandagie cheongsam she wore for the tea ceremony.

The groom and his best men arriving in style for a fun-filled chip san leong session.

Faliq's impressive chip san leong moves is rewarded with a passionate peck. 

This group photo of the Tans and Nasimuddins in traditional Chinese attire is the perfect way to sum up the multicultural marriage. 

Chryseis and her bridesmaids who put together an impressive and elaborate chip san leong 'welcome'. 

And they lived #chrysfaliqeverafter.