[ Okay so, a totally flop way to start this but I don’t know how we do this, Lala. I remember making those daily count-down reminders and childish paintings on Samar’s wedding but that was that. This is this. (so wise, I know ^_^ ]
Alright, you’re supposed to blush bat bat pe and we girls are supposed to sit in a HUGE circle singing songs. That’s how we do it, no? And there’s all these mithaai for you:
They say that the best wedding tip is to realize that one person is always right. And the other is husband.
Summing up from your last post on Anger Management, I think you’re pretty good at this. So he’s truly blessed. ^_^
You’re a wonderful person over all: you’re kind at heart, beautiful inside out, and talented. So yes, like I said, he’s very lucky. 😉
And you’re lucky too. Because okay, where on earth do bloggers celebrate a wedding week without even (meeting door ki bat) seeing each other? =p
Lol, jk. Here’s your song:
^ If it doesn’t work, blame Arindam. =p
And here’s something else:
AND there’s something else too, which is pretty stupid but like I said, I don’t know how we do this.
Concluding, (meet you in comments iA 😛 ) I wish you all the success, happiness, and love in this journey you’re about to start and may Allah always bless you and him (oh and I saw! (y) 😉 ) and may you both live together a very happy life alwayz. Ameen. =)
P.S I’ve skipped the advices part (beta ye na krna, wo na krna, susral me dil jeetny ke 100 gur lol) because mothers, grandmother, aunts, dunya jahan ke rishtidaar are totally enough for doing this k. ^_^