Oh! Monday why do you have to come again so quickly? Don’t you wish the weekend lasted longer? I know I do. Oh well…There is no use crying over spilt milk. Let’s just get over it. For the record, though, if I were president I’d make Monday part of the weekend. So remember to vote for me when the time comes, hehe!
I spent most of the weekend looking for bargains at the mall. Most shops are holding out on sales until the end of the season. I don’t know about you but I like a bargain. Why pay more when you can wait a few weeks and get 50% off or even 70% online. I’ve noticed there are always bargains online. The only thing that annoys me about online shopping is the security issues. But most shops are stepping up and tightening their online security. So chances of being hacked are very slim.
Whether you choose to have a “white wedding” or a traditional wedding know your wedding is a beautiful story that needs to be told and inspire others. I’m often asked why a wedding blog. My answer is always the same; to inspire. And I don’t mean by posting pretty pictures (love them, they are a bonus and make the blog look gorgeous) but by telling beautiful love stories that touch lives. Like this wedding. After reading that particular submission, I was sad but found comfort in the fact that their love brought them through. Even tough it was hard for them they made it to the altar against all odds. Which goes to show that love, no matter how restricted or denied, will always find its way and win in the end.
Ok, let’s move on to today. I fell in love this Empangeni wedding the minute I saw it. Nelly and Mlu looked stunning, the venue was decorated beautifully and the bridesmaids and groomsmen were on point. Everything about this Empangeni wedding was spot on. Love it.
If you’ve loved this Empangeni wedding, you might also like this one.
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