For the third time. I dare say I’m a pro by now.
Ain’s wedding, unfortunately clashed with our convocation. As if planning a wedding wasn’t hard enough, she had to juggle between convocation rehearsal, our Hippocratic Oath and whatever nuisance the university managed to cook up last minute.
I arrived in KL earlier than my family (they came a few days later for the convocation) and headed straight to Seremban. I’ve never been to Negeri Sembilan before!
Nasi Arab with them on the first night.
Bridesmaids’ duties began!
I’m so proud of our DIY!
We must had folded hundreds of these.
The bride-to-be’s inai. Looks so traditional, love it!
We got one too. It was my first time wearing the inai so I was pretty excited hehe.
This picture is a must because….look how fake Balqish’s smile was! She has always been a pro at that.
I do think the most crucial part of the wedding is the make up. I’ve seen too many brides with beautiful gowns and caked up face.
This is Ain’s 1-year old nephew. He’s so adorable!
With my ex-housemates-who-weren’t-my-housemates bridesmaids.
We had so much fun catching up on each other’s lives; I haven’t seen them since we left India.
And they’re married! Barakallah Ain and Ajib 😀
I love love the wedding dais. It felt so homey.
So many pictures! But I do hope this makes up for the lack of updates 😀