Behind the Scenes of the Big Night.

12 Oct

A bunch of close friends and I have been talking about FEA Night a lot since last month or so.

Main reason is obviously because most of us are sort of like the higher committees and we really put in a lot of effort to do everything which includes…


Putting up banners…


Taking care of the registration counters almost everyday for the past week…


Taking orders for roses…


And then packing all 180 of them…


Drawing and cutting all those little little details for decoration sake…


And then putting them up…


Getting all the other decoration things ready (in this case is to blow almost 100 balloons)..


And then putting them up to the arch…

(p.s: Model in picture not included)



Designing all the welcome cards and booklets…


Registration and all other paper works that were involved…




And of course, getting and even preparing gifts for the big night.

There were other things that were involved obviously but pictures just won’t catch those moments like fretting over which hotel to go to, planning the budget, inviting VIPs, begging asking people to go and more.

Nevertheless, all our hard work are paid off when people come to us with a pat on the back and said, “Good job!”

Those two magic words seem to just wash all our tiredness, pain and annoyance away. šŸ™‚

To those of you who have lifted a helping hand to make FEA Night a success as it turned out to be, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

The few of us may be involved with a lot of work but the night wouldn’t have turn out the way it did without the support from you guys.

You know who you are. So thank you. šŸ˜‰


2 Responses to “Behind the Scenes of the Big Night.”

  1. Dwee at 2:40 am #

    I like the designs. Who came up with the design for the “FEA Night 2010?” I like the cursive-ness of it. LOL!! Also, everyone got to wear a tiara ar? I wan one also!!!

    • Xin Min at 1:56 am #

      Which cursive-ness are you talking about? The booklet? Hehe! My friend with the name Pei Ling. It’s actually her first time laying hands on designing and stuff. So proud of her. And no lah, tiara was for the prom queen. šŸ˜€ But everyone else got to wear masks!!!

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