“Ya, saya setuju.” (More or less “Yes, I do.”) Part 3 (Last entry for my wedding I promise)

After looking like an evil queen for a few hours of my life, it was time to wash up.

The next day was a little bit better. (The important of the wedding for me is the nikah. Once we’re done with that, the rest are just bonus. I even told Syahidah don’t need the sanding all. I’m just happy to be done with the nikah. #toomiangItellyou)

The Mak Andam and MUA came early did my face and to put on this

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Mother of headband
Mother of headband

And if that wasn’t enough, it ballooned to this

If it looks like 5kg on my head, then it probably is 5kg on my head.
If it looks like 5kg on my head, then it probably is 5kg on my head.

Am not going to lie. I did have a headache (who wouldn’t?!) but like what Hajar said, it is (in syaa Allah) once in a lifetime.

Like most traditions, there must be something the guy must do to get to the bride. For the Malay culture, this is the time we ask $$ from the groom. Admittedly, this is actually my favourite part at weddings! I love the groom’s family not enough money. My most used line (and most successful line in getting more money)

$2?! Nasi lemak pun tak lepas! Macamana nak jaga anak dara orang?!”

($2?! You can’t even get Nasi lemak! How are you going to take care of someone else’s daughter?!”

Of course, if the person dealing with me is an old man, I’d apologise for the strong language. If the best person is around my age, I couldn’t be bothered to apologize. Somehow we’d bond.

Thohirah saw me writing this post and she went

“What more can you write about your wedding?! All you did was go back and forth.”

She does have a point. Moving on

Of course they'd used the big senduk thing. ahhaha!
Of course they’d used the big senduk thing. Ahaha!

Kinda forgot to ask them how much they got. I mean I am their sister afterall. They should be asking for more. #justsaying

I don’t have much pictures at his side. When we came back to my side, we had the whole cake pulut cutting ceremony.

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The ladies who followed me to the other side *many many kisses*
The ladies who followed me to the other side *many many kisses*
Obviously this went to IG *blows fingernails* I do love this picture alot. I wonder how will the picture for this taken by the photographer turn out.
Obviously this went to IG *blows fingernails*
I do love this picture alot. I wonder how will the picture for this taken by the photographer turn out.

All in all, I love how my wedding turned out. My family and I sincerely hope that we have not offended anyone during the occasion and if we do, our deepest apologies.

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When I first stepped out of my room with my 5kg headwear, Zay was there. He took a look at me and said

“Kaklong tengok Star Wars?”

“Kaklong do you watch Star Wars?”

 

Immediately I knew what he was talking about. 

 

That night (or possibly the next day) he whatsapp-ed me this picture.

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Yep. That’s what I thought.

 


2 thoughts on ““Ya, saya setuju.” (More or less “Yes, I do.”) Part 3 (Last entry for my wedding I promise)

  1. Hehe, I miss the feel of the Sanggul Lintang on my head… NOT! My mak andam was super amused looking at me balance that thing while I walked around greeting guests. That very night I had an awful headache and neck cramp. But yes, every bride should have the feel of a sanggul lintang on her head. Truly an experience, right?😉

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