Wedding, Flowers and Colourful Saree
Fire is used to purifying. It's like holy water in church.
Oh, this was beautiful. Too bad my camera couldn't capture the bling-ness of the beads.
I can see with my own eyes how a woman transform after the make up. Gee.. they looks so much different, smooth complexion and more beautiful.
The wedding on Sunday was in a temple. So Pal insisted me to wear Indian clothing too. So, well.. no choice.. last minute rushed to little India to buy Punjabi suit (it's easier to wear). I don't really like the material (so uncomfy), but Pal said all like that.. it's expensive too around $80 and it doesn't fit me well. The wedding was in the morning 8.30am, too early for me *yawning*. We were rushing and I forgotten to bring the shawl. No.. I won't let you see me wearing Punjabi suit.. haha.. instead, here is the glimpse on what I wore =P
Nice decoration on the temple roof
I learned a lesson when throwing yellow rice at the wedding couple. "Don't stand in front!!" or else everybody behind will throw the rice on you. Pal got rice stucked on his head.
Newly Wed couple - look tired but happy =)
One thing I noticed, that's lots lots of flowers they used.
And of course the FOOD!! They served Vegetarian Dishes from Komala's restaurant. YUMMY!
Isn't this just look like fried chicken?! Actually this is fried Cauliflower.