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Sunday, June 3, 2012


Congratulations to the newly wedded couple :)

Mr. Sridaran and Miss Sharmani.

As we arrived at the venue, we are greeted and welcomed
by beautiful young ladies with their warmth smiles. Ms. Malani
at the center will sprinkle some holy water (I guessed).

A beautiful 'kolam' of Peacock made from colorful grain /rice.
The Peacock also holds a very significant place in the Indian
heritage, religion and culture.

Portrait of married photo was displayed at the entrance.
The couple was wearing the traditional costume.

The stage was lavishly decorated and enhanced with the
dramatic colors of lights.

Classy settings creates a very enchanting ambience.

As the main 'king and queen' (newly married couple) arrived,
displays of fireworks brighten the night sky that evening.
Can you spot the round white bright moon among the sparkling
lights from the fireworks ?? .... :) So clever !!

The MC of the night was very talented, he can speak in Tamil,
English, Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia very fluently.
Followed by energetic and lively traditional dance performance.

Delicious 'muhibah' style Indian cuisines was served. The
dry curry was tasty and not hot. Sweet sour fish was great.

Cake cutting and pouring of champagne glass fountain by
the married couple.

Well wishers congratulates the newly wedded couple, shower them
with gifts. Photograph sessions with invited guests.

The wedding car - BMW @my dream car :)

We enjoyed every moment of it. I would like to say a BIG
"Thank you to Miss. Malani and the newly wedded couple'
for inviting us to share this memorable and beautiful event.


lvynana said...

a colorful wedding.

suituapui said...

Nice! I love traditional weddings and I certainly would love to witness an Indian wedding sometime. So very traditional, and so colourful...

Merryn said...

Nice kolam! Lovely wedding. You look beautiful too :)

iriene said...

Dear Ivynana,

Yes it is really colorful and beautiful. Thanks for the comments :)

Iriene said...

Dear suituapui,

Yes, we are so blessed with abundance of different culture.
Like this month, Sarawak will be celebrating the Gawai Festival, right?

Iriene said...

Dear Merryn

Thanks, you really know how to make me HAPPY :)

hcvvorld of Travels and Photography said...

nice nice..i have not been to an indian wedding for a very lonnggg time...

Iriene said...

Dear hcworld,

It has interestingly evolved yet maintained its traditional elements :)