Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Wedding Wednesday | A's Entrance

Happy Wedding Wednesday loves! Unfortunately this post will have to be short and sweet because it's way past my bedtime and I just remembered I didn't finish this post...whoops!

Well last week I posted about our bridal shower entrance and mentioned that A got his very own grand entrance. This was actually the start of the wedding ceremony, which during this time I was just hanging out in the bridal suite watching the whole thing go down through our livestream link. It sucked that I wasn't able to be a part of the fun, but glad I got to watch it while it happened!










The whole event is the Groom's side dancing their way to the wedding location. In India, these entrances can take hours! Luckily his was only about 30-45 minutes total, which meant less time for me to wait. I love looking at these pictures because this is the part of the ceremony I wasn't around for so all I have are the photos and videos!


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Now it’s your turn to link-up and share your wedding tales. 

I love reading all about your big day, someone else’s wedding adventures, or anything else wedding related. Alex & I just can’t wait to read all about it!


MakeUp.Her





9 comments:

  1. What an awesome tradition! I love all the beautiful detailing on the outfits!

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  2. how wonderful! i love this tradition - gives the guy some limelight :) and glad for you that it was only 30-45 min :)

    xoxo cheshire kat

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  3. That is so awesome! I'm glad you got to watch it (sort of!)

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  4. That's great that they captured all of this, since you didn't actually get to participate in this part. What a neat tradition!

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  5. I love how much of a celebration it is! I feel like you miss that sometimes with American weddings! And that's right, even though you weren't technically a part of this part of the ceremony, it's great that you have all of the pictures to look back on!

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  6. I love that he had his own grand entrance! Usually there's so much focus on the bride, so I love seeing the groom have his time too <3
    Green Fashionista

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  7. As I've told you before, I love Indian weddings but this is one entrance I haven't witnessed before! How exciting to have so many loved ones involved with the groom for support. Love it!

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  8. This is unbelievably cool, what a great moment!

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