(Closed) In Laws dont LISTEN!

posted 9 years ago in Family
Post # 30
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Worker bee

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@maybride2011: 

You are welcome! 

400 people at a South-Asian wedding is generally considered as “small” event. Innocent On a recent trip overseas, I attended a wedding with 2000 guests. 🙂

 

Post # 32
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Worker bee

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@maybride2011: 

Yikes…I almost swooned at the sight of an unending number of guests at that wedding. It was a really beautiful wedding. Typical of South-Asians, guests were dressed in their finest clothing and jewelry. Despite the influx of guests, catering handled the (delectable!) buffet luncheon seamlessly. I guess South-Asian caterers are accustomed to large events/weddings. Many moons ago, a friend had about 5000 folks at her wedding. She hails from a small town; and their social tenet is to invite everyone who is remotely associated with their family or friends. South-Asians weddings never cease to amaze me. 

PS: I sent you a PM. 

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