I've been reading and checking out the budget friendly section of my favourite wedding website, Snippet & Ink and got so inspired of all the weddings featured especially the wedding of Jennifer & Floris and others. Others je sudah, macam banyak je aku suka. Hahaha.
I really like the kind of wedding where every family members contribute to something. That what makes a wedding special and different from the rest. It's the personal touch and love that's involved. And I'd love to incorporate that in my wedding as well.
My cousin, who studied Art & Design will take care of the designing of my invitation card. But I haven't given him any input yet. Will do so later.
My mom has already begun with DIY project of her own (without informing and consulting me first! Haruskah aku menjadi Bridezilla?). The DIY project of personalizing favour boxes (<-- this, I got to know last Sunday!) to the guests. Favours I think, will be donated by some generous cousins, aunts and uncles like previous weddings we had in our big family. Insya Allah.
I have an aunt who's making living out of baking and selling Sarawak kek lapis and ordinary cakes as well. If she's willing, I would like her to bake the wedding cake. If not, I can just order one from bakery.
I have my own DIY project on the deco as I had blogged earlier. I love doing crafts! I may draw horse and looks like a giraffe instead and stuffs (in other words, tak pandai melukis) but somehow since primary school I love doing crafts. I spend most of my time during secondary school, doing home made cards to be sent out during friends/mom/dad/brother/sister's birthday. But somehow I stop making them when I have the money to buy ready made cards. I guess, poverty brings out the creativity in you.
Like now. Haha. Ok, so not kelakar. *Sedih*
Oh, I feel like wanna slap somebody who said unthinkable things to me the other day. Of how I got my engineering degree oversea and must be making big bucks here in Malaysia, living comfortably yadda yadda. Gosh, did that person knows that engineers in Malaysia are like so underpaid? Regardless of where they got their degree and I'm not kidding. And I'm not kidding too when I said I didn't earn big bucks. Sudahlah tidak earn big bucks, planning a wedding in 8 months lak tu. (March is negligible) As organized as I am, (I think) I always work best when under pressure. Enough said.
I have this crazy idea of asking my dad to make pelita buluh. Will he do it? If he can complete 80% of my room's construction himself, I think this little project is nothing to him....