Unspeakable Memories @ Shazrina’s wedding
Actually this was my first time attending a wedding at 4 pm! I have never attended one at such late timing because I would prefer to go in the early afternoon before it gets too crowded. In the end I agreed to go late because:
1. I had lunch appointment with Joyce and Mad.
2. The rest of the gang were only coming at 4pm.
The one who convinced me to come late lol.
There were so many familiar faces at the wedding. Since the bride and the groom were not there yet, we were having our own photo-taking session.
“What greater thing is there for two human souls, than to feel that they are joined for life–to strength each other in all labor, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in silent unspeakable memories at the moment of the last parting?” – George Eliot
The wonderful thing about malay weddings is that there is always an unlimited number of sincere smiles, an indication that we are truly happy for the bride and groom. Regardless of how close you are to the bride and groom, this celebration of two souls coming together as one family naturally puts a wide smile on everyone’s faces. If you look closely, you will be able to spot the sparkle in their eyes, especially in the eyes of the parents of the bride and groom.
Traditionally, it is also a place for mini reunions among friends who may not have seen each other for quite some time. Occasionally, when lucky, it is a place where new friends are made.
Our congratulatory greetings for the chosen ones today. May you live together in harmony and love that will last you till Jannah, insyaAllah.
For the rest of us who not ‘chosen’ yet, do bless us with your duas.
Congratulations Shazrina and Amrinudin! Your wedding day was on my birthday so that means that in the future you will be celebrating your wedding anniversary on the same date as I was born. 🙂