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Happy Day~
Finally, the good thing comes to end. This is the last series of my wedding post on my blog. I need to move on. I love to share about our wedding but you'll be bored and this blog will be not about lifestyle blog but wedding blog, right?
This time, I will share every single detail of our wedding. Hopefully it will be useful for bride to be/groom to be.

Attire
[1] Bride
- Kain from Nagoya & 
- My wedding dress designed by me, made by Sis Fong
- Shoes from Vincci
- Veils designed and made by Bung
- Headband from Shopee
- Earring from Lovisa

[2] Groom/My husband
- His attire from Smart Master
- Shoes from Bata
- Bow tie from Shopee

Tips:
- To find your idea, go to Pinterest.com
- Always go for what you want.
- Go for what you can afford

Decorations
- All kain from Nagoya
- Flowers from Nilai 3
- Cake DIYed by me and all bahan2 from Nilai 3

Photographer
Talented Avettar Photographer.
You can his portfolio here.

Makeup
Ena & her team
You can check them out on FB here.



Thank you, everyone, for prayers and support ( direct or indirect way).

Love,
Aya

My wedding guide 2019

31 October 2019


Happy Monday~
This is the second last of our wedding series. After this, I will stop spamming you guys with our wedding, okay? We will move on so for time being, please bear with me ya and enjoy this post.
When we plan our wedding, we also planned to do the traditional event as we don't want to forget our roots. I am Kenyah women and my husband is Lundayeh man, so we really want to appreciate our roots on our wedding day. 
Usually, the traditional event will behold during the night but we don't want to do it like usual. We always against the usual...hahaa.
So, we do it a few hours after our wedding. What a crazy idea! Honestly, it's super tired but thankful everything went smoothly.
This is our "pelamin" at my house, super simple! as we know we will not use this place for main event so no need to have extravaganza decorations.

My husband in his Lundayeh outfit.






























Then start the exchange gift from my husband's family to my family
 












After that, from my family to my husband's family.
We gave them Oleng and Saong.









Photo sessions








Then quick change for next outfit... This time I'm wearing my traditional clothes, Ta'a












Arghhh... kancet time!







Kancet from my uncle



Kancet from my husband's cousin




Kancet from my uncle


Kancet from my cousin






Datun julut from my aunty


























































 Again, thank you so much everyone for help make our dream come true!


Love,
Aya



Never forget our roots - Kenyah + Lundayeh

28 October 2019

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