I’ve been looking forward to any reason of sorts to let my hair down, celebrate and party all night long.
And finally we did it!
Had the chance to co-coordinate an Indian customary wedding for my two awesome friends Julian and Basanti!
Though it’s not exactly party all night long but at least for some parts where i can grab a breather or two, it’s a little shaking and “put your hands up in the air yo!” moment. :p
It was a lovely day for the wedding, the sky was clear, the venue was beautifully decorated, people were colourfully dresses in their best saris, suits, dresses and all.
The most memorable part for me was the walk in with the stunningly beautiful bride Basanti. Never did i expect myself to be in such position, joining in the dhol dancers, walking her in with so many people cheering on and giving heartfelt blessings to the bride as she paced and danced along with the rhythm of the drums.
They are the most kind-hearted, truest and coolest couple ever! It’s an honour to help them prepare and plan for such an important occasion. Of cuz many people had a part to play in making this wedding ceremony a success. First of all, Dholman-Bas bro and her sis who have been so enthusiastic, sporting and extremely meticulous about the details of the wedding. Not forgetting her bro being a spontaneous emcee for the night!
Second, to Kimmy, Ross, Lulu, and Barry who have been running around ensuring missing things are found, bride nd groom well taken care of and ushering the guests and keeping them entertained, ensuring the level of hypeness remained.
Of course to the supportive family, relatives and friends of the couple who made this amazing night possible.
To Curry Garden and the various vendors whom services were rendered for providing good food and great services at the wedding venue.
Last but not least, to the blessed couple for entrusting this opportunity for me and bi to assist and run the show for them.
My very first henna!
Having known them for a few yrs, they are by far the most fun n nicest couple I’ve known. And finally! im glad to be able to witness their customary wedding ritual!
It’s been a tiring but fun night with great food, awesome music and hellofva fun people who attended the most unique wedding held at a horse ranch! I wish mine would be half as great haha.
Last but not least i would like to wish them a happy marriage and that they will stay as loving and young as ever!