Wanting to do a Photoshoot for Spring. Gotta make some costumes then.
All I really wanted to do was take care of you, make you your favorite food, do laundry together, play your favourite games and watch movies with you. I use to remember when I’d stay up late till you came back from work, just to sleep next to you…
But then you passed on from this life time and I was happy enough to know that I told you I loved you before you left, forever.
Hrmm? Explain a bit more? Traditional Asian or American weddings?
I actually want to have both.
First, I want to have a Traditional wedding. Where we wear traditional clothing, bow down and drink to every guest (Male & Female), perform the ceremonies. Instead of paying a wedding dowry, since I am marrying a guy, I want this to be a ceremony where me and my husband buy ourselves out of our family and start our own surnames. (All done in our living room). Serving French breakfast, like baguette, coffee and brie :)
Then I plan my American wedding. Me and my husband wont see each other for that whole day after the morning ritual. We’ll be dressed in white tuxedos, in our house out in the country yard. White wooden chair for our guest, a giant willow tree with love poems me and my husband wrote being together and fireflies in jars, balloons and cakes, pastries, sweet snacks and dessert wines and floral everywhere. The music plays and we both come out from different ends, meet each other and walk down the aisle together (Or I wait for him to come out). We do the American ceremony, our vows and then we kiss and get married :)
Then later on in the night, Gold, Red and White is everywhere, a huge banquet at a beautiful opera house or something, inviting guest from all over the world. People offering us gold and money and lots and lots of alcohol, so my hubby better be a good drinker! Live bands and musicians and a dance floor, playing traditional party songs, then eventually American songs and then dance party songs. Wine and champagne and Chinese & Thai food. We’ll party till 6am actually and then go home and rest. We’ll also be treated with very expensive and luxurious cars too :)
Then the remaining guest can come back to the house, as we host a thank-you party brunch, Dimsum, tea and Laotian food that is cooked fresh from the outside BQQ.
Then off to Thailand & Laos for our honeymoon and another traditional wedding ceremony with relatives that couldn’t make it!
But first, I have to talk about it with my future hubby of what he wants to do too, hehe ;P
On my wedding day, I know I’m just going to cry so hard, haha, *tearing up already*