This is a continuation of my previous posts. Please read the previous posts here.
Once we landed in Sydney from Vietnam, I was so happy that the wedding was over and it went better than I had hoped. We also had an amazing honeymoon and life was -good.
Once we settled back into the life in Sydney, AS and I decided that we needed to organise another reception in Sydney as we had discussed before, for all the friends and family who were here. As you know that I have been living in Sydney for so long that I have more friends here than in Nepal now so it seemed natural to have a nice reception here to celebrate our happiness.
Thus, the planning began. We wanted to keep it simple so we booked a restaurant instead of a party venue (no need to worry about setting up and easy decoration) and invited around 100 + to celebrate our happiness.
We ordered the cakes, balloon and decoration and decided on our music and food. It was not as hard as the one we had to organise in Kathmandu.
The morning of the reception, we were busy at first picking up the decoration and getting the venue ready. It was not hard as restaurant had done an excellent job with what they had and it was just touch up with banners, balloons and centrepieces.
Once the venue was all ready, I got ready with my hair and makeup. I was wearing one of my wedding saris and AS was wearing the daura surwal from the wedding too.
When we got there the place was ready for the party. The cake was at the centre and everything was ready to go. This time the cake was AS’s favourite mud cake with the printed centrepiece from our wedding in Nepal.
Slowly guests started to arrive and the entrée was served. The food was very tasty and everyone was having a great time.
After entrée, there were some speech and first dance for AS and I.
Then we cut the cake so the function continued.
We had a white board for guest to write a message for us and a photographer capturing the moment. It was fun to read what everyone wrote and it was a good memory.
We had main served followed by dessert and in the meantime, dance floor was rocking with guest having fun. By the end of the evening, almost everyone was on the dance floor and we had a great time with the guests.
By the time, the last guest had left it was close to midnight and we were tired as well.
It was great being the bride again and surrounded by loved ones who were happy for us and enjoying our happiness. We were glad everything went so well and finally our wedding celebration was officially over.
I have a big announcement to make on my next post , till then ,take care.
M from nepaliaustralian
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I am so excited for your announcement. I have feeling I know what it is… 🙂
Thanks gal 🙂
U r not pregnant, are you? I have read somewhere that woman talk about their wedding a lot when they are expecting their first child. Just guessing:)
Hehehe, I hope you read my latest post 🙂
A baby !
🙂 🙂 🙂