It was with immense gratitude that Voramas Srivaddhanaprabha and Ravi Itiravivong’s wedding reception
was honoured by the presence of HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana at Fountain Square,
King Power Rangnam on December 24. HRH Princess Bajrakitiyabha had also graciously presented
a flower bouquet through a representative to congratulate the couple on this special occasion.

“Rux” Voramas Srivaddhanaprabha is the eldest daughter of Vichai and Aimon Srivaddhanaprabha. She has three siblings — Apichet, Aroonroong and Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha. “Nam” Ravi Itiravivong is the son of Prof Dr Pibul and Puangpen Itiravivong. The couple had been together for two years, starting out as friends and gradually becoming lovers.

To begin a new chapter of their lives together, an engagement party was organised in the morning of their wedding reception day at Aksra Theatre King Power, which was marvellously decorated. The Thai wedding procession began at 8:20AM, followed by the auspicious ceremony, and the ring ceremony took place at 9:19AM.

In that evening, a wedding reception was held, inviting friends, family members and honourable guests from various industries to come join the couple on this happy occasion. Among the 1,000 guests were General Prawit Wongsuwan, General Anupong Paochinda, General Udomdej Sitabutr, General Paiboon Koomchaya, Associate Professor Dr Somkid Jatusripitak, Associate Professor Dr Jirayu Issarangkul na Ayutthaya, Police General Chakthip Chaijinda, Police General Somyot Poompanmoung, Police General Sant Sarutanond, Korn Dabbaransi, Newin Chidchob and family, Suthep Thaugsuban and Srisakul Promphan, Dhanin and Soopakij Chearavanont, Pravit-Aranya Maleenont, Dr Vichit-Chuleekorn Suraphongchai, Chartsiri-Nintira Sophonpanich, Lawan Intarapuwasak, Sarawut-Oraphan-Sarai-Saralan Watcharapol, Kanoksak-Chantamas Pinsaeng, General Pairoj-Kleddao Panichsamai, Songkran Issara, Julajit-Somluck Boonyaket, Preeda-Chirapa Pasawongse, Police General Narat Sawetanan-Nualphan Lamsam, and more.

For this wedding reception, the host had transformed the Fountain Square at King Power Rangnam into a magnificent glass house, filled with love and warmth, as well as thousands of beautiful flowers. The glass house featured a European-Western style, lavishly decorated with crystals to create a fairy tale-like romantic ambience. Every square inch of the venue told a story of “The Wind’s Tale”. On the way into the venue, the guests walked through an exhibition and exclusive gallery illustrating their love story to immerse everyone in a romantic experience.

The exciting highlight of the wedding reception was the one-of-a-kind entrance of the bride and groom with the equestrian performance like princess and prince into the party, filling the glass house with galloping sound. The couple danced to a special song, “Voravi’s Tale Song”, exclusively composed for this special day to tell the story of their love. After the formal ceremony came another highlight — a unique cake-cutting ceremony. The cake was hung mid-air, gradually inching down from the ceiling, amidst the guests’ delight as they enjoyed the sumptuous meal and extravagant stage presentation.

The bride, the groom, and the two families would like to thank all the guests who graced the wedding reception with their presence and congratulated the couple on their big day.