(Closed) Is anyone else having two ceremonies?

posted 11 years ago in Intercultural
Post # 17
25 posts
  • Wedding: April 2011

Hey, I am glad you and your Future Mother-In-Law worked it all out and are having the outfit made here.  You mentioned having the outfit made as a salwar kameez.  Have you thought about the anarkali style.  The bodice of the top is fitted and flares out a bit (like a dress) from the waist down.  As a punjabi girl, I have noticed this is the most flattering style as I am a size 10-12.  You can google it and take a look.

My outfit is being made for my wedding and will be an anarkali for the ceremony.  I am also having 2 ceremonies (sikh ceremony and a christian ceremony at the church) so we’re not the only ones 😉

Good luck with the wedding planning!

Post # 18
186 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I’m half Sri Lankan half european raised in a roman catholic family (even if my mum is buddhist) my husband is Sri Lankan, as we decide to raise our children in his faith only we will also have only one wedding in Sri Lanka that will be traditional sri lankan buddhist. 

Post # 19
52 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

We are celebrating our wedding three times. We are having two ceremonies on opposite sides of the world and they couldn’t be more different. Neither of us wanted to be super involved in the planning, each of the families are planning their own respective weddings. So we wanted to have one special one just for us. We secretely eloped on the solistice! (I’m actually really excited to share this with you guys since I haven’t been able to tell anyone. Ahhhh. We thought it would be fun to see the look on everyone’s faces when we tell them at the first reception which is planned for sumer 2012.)

Post # 20
101 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

We’re having 2 ceremonies – one in China for his family and one in the US for my whole family. 

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