Would you believe the only wedding I have ever attended was my own? I’m serious! So being invited to such an extravagant, lavish, lengthy, and culturally magnificent Hindi ceremony was a great opportunity! Lucky for us it was our landlords son who was getting married, and the whole wedding(ceremony and reception) was within 4 blocks of our house…YAY! Irene was making it a wet and nasty day…but the show must go on, and so did my makeup
Regg was lucky enough to have a festive shirt..thanks to my mother handing it down to him..it was my Daddy’s
I felt so underdressed…but I do love the dress I got from Old Navy…CLEARANCE OF COURSE!
I could not take a good pic that day..just could not..but I do like this dress a lot! its very vintage feeling and feels like it would be great to ride in..can’t wait to test ride in it I paired it with my off white Coccinelle handbag, which I have only used once before in the 6 years I have had it..I mess up white TOO badly(it’s a brand no one really has in the states, its like the euro coach I guess).
Our landlord(and the whole schmeal) looked fantastic!!
The Bride and Groom…how gorgeous is she?
Since we were in a temple, we had to take off our shoes..which I have secretly always wanted to do! I loved the art and statues of gods and deities
Check the program: Love it!
Also a first here on my blog: VIDEOS! this whole thing was so full of tradition and wonder, pics just wasn’t doing the job!
The party went on for days….no really..DAYS! I am good on the partying for a while after this weekend! Glad to be part of so much culture and to be surrounded by such new and interesting things..all a few blocks away from my house It made me think about how happy I was when I got married. I feel so lucky to have a great husband by my side <3
CONGRATS TO THE NEWLYWEDS!