I posted my crafties here http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=275567.0
... But I wanted to show off the non-crafty elements of our wedding too!
We ended up having two ceremonies and two receptions back to back two days in a row because our church doesn't allow non-members into the temple when couples get married, so we had a marriage ceremony the first day and a ring exchanging ceremony on the second day.Day 1: Married in the temple!
I'm wearing a traditional vietnamese wedding dress hereLuncheon Reception
for church people & family (we had rehearsal right after)
It's a good thing we got to relax (sort of) that day, because the second day was CRAZY!!
===================================================Day 2: Ring exchange & philipino traditional ceremonies
This was the day that everyone who wasn't a part of our church got invited to
Getting my hair done did
Junior bridesmaids! I'm soo happy with the way the headbands came out, everyone looks like a princess!
My favorite picture ever. This is one of those moments that I couldn't believe we captured on film!!
My dad walking me up the aisle
The full wedding party!
So tiordRing Ceremony Reception:
A picture of what our reception restaurant looked like:
The cool part about a traditional Vietnamese reception is there are traditionally 4 clothing changes, one for when th guests come(generally the dress worn in the ceremony), one for when the food comes out and the bride and groom go and thank the guests table by table (traditional vietnamese clothes), one for the cake cutting (we didn't do this, but it's usually traditional chinese clothing), and one outfit at the very end for the dancing!!
My traditional vietnamese wedding dress
My dancing dress