Today is the day where its been a month since my cousin
got married. She got married in a Dutch town Leusden,
where I never been before and it took like 3 hours driving
from it. The ceremony itself started early and we got up
at 5 crazy AM to make sure we didn't miss that out. We
got home at 11PM.
I wish the groom (LOL I wrote broom firstly) and the bride
a happily ever after and even the day was long - it was fun, alive
Do you like weddings? (I do!)
Arrived at the cityhall where we all waited for the groom and bride.
The moment of the rings. And they come out of a Pokéball it seems.
Throw rice for luck, prosperity and good food for the rest of our lives!
This is where the wedding reception was held: Pannekoekboerderij De Hakhorst - which is a pancake restaurant, build in a cozy farm place.
Dress: ASOS // cardigan: H&M // purse: Hong Kong // heels: New Look // flower crown: DIY (click here for the instructions)
Love the interior.
Finally food, I was starving. Lots of snacks, cakes and other nice appetizers.
An awesome looking wine bottle in a shape of a shotgun.
Me and my aunttttt.
I thought these street lanterns reminded me of acorn. Very cute!
On our way to have dinner, where I spotted this enormous teapot (sorry photo does not do justice but its really huge) on a building.
To keep the impatient children sweet.
When you marry a Chinese, you guarantee to have a big feast of Chinese dishes. And by the way, that's the largest
stacked up turnip cake I have ever seen in my life.