Till to this date my DIY projects are:
- pomander balls
- thank you tag (already done in a mere 30 minutes)
- location map for the invitation card
and as crazy as it sounds, during Raya holiday I got so inspired and decided to do this
as well. But no, this is not it. But mine was inspired by it.
I know I am not a superwoman and with 86 days more to go, I wish I can manage to do it all.
The only thing that I am having difficulties right now is drawing the location map. Urgh, I hate drawing a map because I don't know where my map should begin. And to draw it all, I might as well put the whole map of Perlis on the card. Tak pun letak coordinate dalam card je. Lepas tu pandai-pandailah masing-masing GPS kan location rumah pengantin kan.
Matilah sesat siapa takde GPS tu. Padan muka. Ketinggalan zaman sangat takde GPS.
Matilah berlagak ade GPS katenye. Hiks.
Lepas tu ape update lagi untuk wedding ni? Seriously, penatlah nak fikir what-to-do and all. Can we just skip the wedding and go to the marriage part? My ideal wedding is simple - nikah. That's all. I have not do anything much for the reception part. My main concern is the nikah. When the nikah is ok, I can relax already.
Oh yeah, we went fabric shopping with hot sought after designer on Saturday. It was fun haggling the price! Even with discounted price, I can't believe we pay that much just for the fabric. Mind you, my wedding dresses don't have any lace, solstiss lace ke, french lace ke, chiffon ke ape tau. It gonna be simple, clean and chic with minimal beading. I know I'm gonna like it but I'm afraid of what mom has to say about it. She didn't say much when I showed her the sketches the other day. I really hope that she's ok with it.
And oh, I didn't mention anything about the whole concept of the wedding kan? The reason is because I didn't have any! But after much thinking, I would love if my wedding has that fun, laid-back, whimsical and vintage-y feeling to it. And I hope I can achieve that. I know it might be different from what we used to but I was hoping to make that difference! And I love vintage so much that it would be a sin not to at least inject the vintage-y element into the wedding. What element? Well, that one you have to find out because I'm still thinking!