Sweet

It may not have the fanciest or sweetest look, but…. that was the sweetest cake I’ve ever had in my life. Simply because it’s our wedding cake.

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  1. I can talk for hours about my wedding hihihi! Kahit di kagandahan at organized masyado… Hmmmm…. that gives me an idea to write about Wedding Bloopers. Gawa tayo ng meme natin, tag kita haha!

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  2. i wonder–did you have the filipino wedding or the hindu (am not sure if your husband is hindu) wedding? i have always been fascinated with their weddings and ceremonies. when i am in india, i am always happy when there are wedding celebrations in the hotels i stay in, and i watch from the sides.

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  3. @ Mommy Dine : He’s a Roman Catholic po kaya we had a Catholic wedding, more of a Filipino style pero may konting halo ng kanila. Meron kasi silang offering na “miniature” ng bahay. Sa atin walang ganun eh. Tapos sa subuan ng cake, kamay ang gamit instead of forks. Di ko lang alam bakit…

    Ang Hindu wedding ata masyadong detailed. Madaming rituals before the actual wedding ceremony.

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