Say ‘Yes’ to the dress

By Danielle Sendou Ringgit
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For many who grow up dreaming of fairy tale endings, weddings are one of the most important milestones in a couple’s lives together.

From the food menu, to the guest list, flower arrangement to the door gifts, every tiny detail has to be given special attention to make that historical day a memorable one.

For many blushing brides, however, it is actually the wedding dress that matters the most as it is the absolute epitome of fairy tale endings to look beautiful and radiant on their last day as an unmarried woman and their first day as a Mrs.

On April 2nd, Petra Bridal organised a bridal fashion show showcasing their latest bridal wear collection at Boulevard Shopping Mall.

With a magnificent and elaborate collection of bridal wear, PETRA Bridal teamed up with four other boutiques under The Sarawak Designer Association (Sarda) showcasing their latest bridal creations.

The other boutiques were Latif’s Collection, D’Jejari Emas Bridal by Ipin Touch & Nikky, Hafiz’s Dressmaker and Cotton Button.

During the bridal show, owner of Petra Bridal Awang Arabie Awang Bujang, also known as Pak Bek, said that the fashion show featured his latest collection of bridal wear from various ranges of colour, themes and designs.

Aside from showcasing a beautiful collection of bridal outfits for both bride and groom, Pak Bek said that the fashion show also featured a series of traditional wear from various international backgrounds such as Korea, Japan, Thailand and India.

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Looking sweet and pretty in pink with purple details.



A beautiful, willowy gown with elaborate beaded detailing coupled with the groom looking dapper wearing traditional Malay outfit


A figure-hugging mermaid dress with blue tulle and flowery details creates an ethereal effect.


A white wedding dress gets a vamp up with blue trimming, floral lace and beading.

Pak Bek (second row, middle) taking a group photo with the models after the fashion show (Photo courtesy of Petra Bridal)

Pak Bek (second row, middle) taking a group photo with the models after the fashion show (Photo courtesy of Petra Bridal)


A royal purple saree costume with elaborate gold details.


This traditional Thai-inspired gown creates an elegant silhouette.


The combination of this red and yellow ensemble with traditional headgear updates the traditional look.


This traditional silver Malay costume will make any man look dapper wearing it


A pretty Hanbok with yellow top and pink skirt


A silk Yukata

Special performance by Petra Dancers

In between the fashion show segments, spectators were also entertained by dancers from Petra Dancers.

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