Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Of Weddings, Parties, Cakes and Good Times

The wedding dais
A statue of the Lord Ganesh (for blessings)

Rice Art


Rose Petals to be thrown at newlyweds


Left: Me, Right: Brand New Family!



Its been a whirlwind of activities these past few weeks. Which explains my absence in blogosphere, and I aplogise. I am sorry I havent written in a bit, and I truly regret not being able to read all your posts and commenting. I am eager however, to do a blog reading marathon, and am saving it for the weekend. I hope I have not offended any one of you, and thank you for checking in on me and the sweet, sweet comments. I know I have the best blog friends in the world.:)

With the wedding planning, and the dance nights organised at our house, the actual wedding and the reception afterwards, it was truly an effort to take 1 hour off for anything.Despite the lack of time for myself, I really did have the time of my life. The constant flow of family and friends in and out of the house, the dancing, the comraderie, really did remind me of the more beautiful things in life. I do not get very emotional in public, but this wedding, sometime in the middle, I cried. It was beautiful. Heres a couple of pics we took, hope u enjoy them.

Arent weddings just soo romantic?

4 comments:

Dionne said...

That rice art is phenomenal! Do you know how long it took? It's gorgeous!

I love weddings. I always cry in them, I am so sentimental.

marinik said...

so glad you're back.. missed ya, great pictures, and i'm glad you enjoyed.
i've been invited to a wedding in india in january... so exciting, we'll see if i can go...
glad you're doing well :)

Kaye Prince said...

That looks like it was a lovely wedding, and you look so pretty in your sari!

It's nice to see you back in the blogosphere!

Dash said...

Dionne: THe rice art took a whole 6 hours. Just because we are amateurs. I reckon itd be much faster if we actually hired professionals!

Mari: Oh, Mari, I missed you and your posts too!you sould go to india, its really an experience. ive been there a couple of times, but cant wait to go back!

Kaye: Thanks, hun! Youre a swweetheart!:)