I went to Shasha’s eldest sister’s wedding last month.Â It was my first time to a Malay wedding, so I was pretty excited. I wasn’t familiar with what to do at a Malay wedding, but thanks toÂ the internet and being with Shasha and Sal, our time spent at the wedding was without any faux pas. Whew!Â Anyway, we got there and the decoration was just so pretty:
The artsy and colourful reception table. That’s Shasha’s handrawn portrait of the wedded couple in the background. How cool is that?!
The guestbook with our messages and an Instax photo they took of every guest! Sal’s handwriting is so pretty I am jelly at being unable to transcend beyond block letters. *w*
Photo by Ruru.
The good-looking family portrait!
Buffet table. Almost everything was spicy, which is not unexpected of typical Malay cuisine, but dayumÂ was it tasty.
The dessert table, otherwise known as the place where dreams come true.
Petal Pink & BurgundyÂ Macarons with Strawberry ButtercreamÂ surrounding a Petal Pink Cake,Â and a few Cupcake Bouquets– all tirelessly baked by Att, one half of the duo that is The Cake Anthem. The other half is Azi, the bride. :D
Let it be known that I could not get enough of those strawberry macarons; those delicious, delicately-crumbly pieces are as yet, the best macarons I’ve ever had. Let’s just say that if I had my way with them, I’d probably get diabetes.
Close-up of the cupcake that made up the bouquet.
Sal and I went to get desserts for the four of us at the end of the day, and the generous uncle and aunties (who made them) were relentless in heaping these desserts onto our plate!
We wound up with probably twice the number of dessertsÂ that we initiallyÂ went to get. XD
Sal, Shasha, Ruru, and me. Crazy friends.
Here’s a partial outfit photo, because sometimes gratuitous pictures of myself do not happen.
Once again, congratulations to the happy couple, and thank you for the invitation!!! â™¥
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