Jay Chou hold his sequel wedding with Hannah Quinlivan in Taipei on Feb 9 2015, following jay chou’s European style wedding on 17 January.
Jay chou wedding at Taipei was held at W Taipei with a circus themed poolside wedding. The hotel Pool was transformed magically by Jay Chou into Circus tent which featured a carousel.
Guest was met with an entrance which featured a theme park entrance together with Jau chou and Hannah Quinlivan wedding photo.
The couple march down the aisle with his self-composed music however this time with his dog, Machi. His track “A Journey Diary about Love” was played as the couple cut their five layer wedding cake which emerged out of a castle.
Chou, 36, said: “My grandmother couldn’t take the long flight to the wedding in Europe before this, so the most important thing tonight is my grandmother.”
Even though 12 heaters had been prepared for the 13-table outdoor banquet, the outdoor atmosphere is still cold. A specially catered indoor lounge was set for the older guest which includes chou’s grandmother. However, chou’s grandmother insisted on sitting at the hosts’ table outside because she wanted to feel like part of the party according to Apple daily.
Chou’s grandmother, in her 90s, said “Chou was her first grandchild to get married and she was very happy to attend the wedding”
The guest list of jay chou wedding includes chou’s mom, dad, grandmother, actor Eric Tsang, director Andrew Lau, singer jody chiang. Television hosts Chang Hsiao-yen, Matilda Tao, Singer Fei Yu-Ching as well as Chang Fei
The Banquet dinner was estimated about NT$50,000(S$2,148) per table which includes Buddha Jumps over the wall, beef in red wine sauce, lobster in vanilla sauce, glutinous rice with red crab etc.
Jay has refused to accept any red packets which bring him praise from Chang Fei stating “He is really a considerate superstar”.
Jay chou and Hannah Quinlivan will be holding their 3rd sequel in Australia.
Once again, Congrats Jay and Hannah !
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