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My Little Brother's Wedding: The End

The Munchkin a Munckin no more.. 

M and I 

Shoes and once my mother's antique payal (an anklet that jiggles when you walk)

Rituals and Traditions.. the bride and groom eat a rice pudding of sorts and then all those single men and women looking to get married eat a spoonful too. Our version of catching the bouquet. 

Leaving the reception under the blessings and protection of the Holy Quran 

 Home

Saying Goodbye. 99.9% of girls (middle eastern, sub-continental etc) go from their parents home to their husbands home. So saying goodbye really is the hardest part.. 

I'm taking the next week off.. but when I come back I have 3 days of Istanbul to share with you and 2 BIG announcements! 

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25 comments:

  1. Those shoes - wowza! Looks like it was an amazing event.

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  2. Your outfits are so beautiful and the whole event looks like it was amazing and a lot of fun. I love D's suit, he looks very dapper. :)

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  3. the kid is sooo cute!
    I love those shoes. I think the bride & the groom are totally made for each other.

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  4. D looks so adorable in his tux and I love those shoes! Can't wait to see pics from Instanbul!

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  5. Lovely pictures, Cutest little brother!

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  6. Congratulations to the happy couple!
    Have a nice vacation
    Your son is beyond adorable.
    I love the pudding tradition instead of catching a bouquet.

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  7. congratulations! all the happiness to the newly weds!
    thanks for stopping by the other day

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  8. Ohhh your son is utterly adorable in a tux!

    SDMxx
    www.daringcoco.com

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  9. Just beautiful. Those shoes are SASSY. Your little guy is so cute. What a wonderful, traditional time.

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  10. Congrats to the happy couple :-) You look beautiful and I love those shoes! xx

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  11. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures.

    Have a wonderful day.

    Kisses,
    Sofia

    stylishlyinlove.blogspot.com

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  12. I cannot get over how gorgeous everything and everyone is! Thank you so much for sharing this with all of us. Can't wait to see Istanbul and hear the announcements!

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  13. thanks for sharing these wonderful stories and pictures. the wedding was really beautiful.

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  14. What a gorgeous wedding! :-)

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  15. Beautiful shoes! And what a cute couple you and the hubby are!

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  16. Oh wow, that is one beautiful wedding! And your outfit is gorgeous!

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  17. This looks like so much fun! And you look beautiful!! Hugs from Cali! xx The Golden Girls

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  18. beautiful photos! it must have been a very beautiful ceremony!

    LA By Diana Live Magazine

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  19. It has been so interesting looking at the beautiful photos at all the various events. Every thing looks so special and lovely. And your little guy is so cute!

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  20. aw, the first picture! all the photos look beautiful and the rice pudding tradition sounds lovely:-) x

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  21. What a beautiful wedding! Love those shoes...and I enjoy the little tidbits of tradition like the rice pudding.

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