Today’s their big day and it’s not your typical wedding day cz obviously Kate’s going to have a much larger-than-life audience than a regular bride would. I don’t even wanna imagine the amount of stress she’s going through right now. I seriously hope she’s taken a sleeping pill, cz I heard those work wonders and one absolutely MUST pop one the night before the big day.
That’s some Arabian advice I’ve come across in the past few weeks actually, which I shall be noting as I prep along.
For now, I wish you love, joy, happiness, beautiful kids and a wonderful life. That is typical, genuine heartfelt Arabian wedding greetings.
Here’s a woman I think is beautiful. She is so radiant, charming, attractive, and much more. It’s more a ‘she made the era-kinda thing’ for me.
Rita Hayworth has flawless skin, great features and she is very ordinary looking in that beautiful way. She has been this months inspiration for me.
Rita looking relaxed yet glamorous.
A more sultry Rita, working the highlights.
Rita being a swell brunette.
Rita’s lingerie shoot?
Now for some bridal Rita inspired stuff *hughjasssmile*
Cz I ❤ Ines Di Santo
Cz I think the word Mouselline sounds like Mousse and I think it’s yum.
Cz I love the color of this photo. Sorry photography friends, I know not your lingo.
I’m pretty much in love with the 30’s plus the wedding’s gonna be about entertaining all my old Aunts and Uncles, who used to look like Rita (back in the day) so they’d have fun, I think. ? .
Yes, some things you really jus wana hug, like this beautiful veil. I love it! It’s such a perfect Bubble Veil, and look at how pretty it looks!!
It’s not that I’m emotional and I love beautiful things because I’m an Arabian terrorist Bride (honey) I’m jus regular.
With all this happening in the Arab world, I have to admit that I haven’t been focusing that much on the wedding. I think, I only once in a while dream of it now.
I know the Arab world is full of history which includes castles, ruins, forts and the likes…. Simply spectacular I believe…
I jus think a venue such as this would be heavenly…. My brain however says, there are seasons and since we don’t have the best weather forecasts, one never knows when to predict what ofc, but this is just magical you guys!!
Yet again, I wonder how my family would react lmao!! Maybe, why not? My country, my history, my choice, my wedding, says Bridezilla *winky face*
Ofc there’s always a standard classic wedding cake that our Arab families like/ prefer and will only have. There’s also the other kind of cake Arab families will only have, and its the standard classic cake PERIOD. You get my point.
Can we break this stupid classic-cake-conformist cycle? I highly doubt it with the passion our families have! I’m so close to saying “Screw the other revolutions, a wedding is a revolution of its own and the cake, a key player.”
It could be my conservative, bla bla classy background and my family’s opinionated views but whatever. I believe you breathe ‘classy’ into things. You either have it, or you don’t.
To make a long story short, I want this cake and I can’t have it! *pout*
It’s pretty, different and classy. And I like it!
…. and then suddenly it strikes me, being in a relationship with the man you are about to marry is not easy.
Put *butterflies in your tummy* love aside, there’s a lot of hard work involved in making a relationship work…. A LOT!!
There’s so much you learn, despite how well-read you might be… Truth is, you’re really not and you’re really not that prepared either.
On a more positive note, you learn. Andddddd THANK GOD for that God-given ability to learn, and to adapt. Some things are serious, and how come Arab families never mentioned this one in their life long wedding prepping of their daughters?? Yes we learnt how to cook, clean, serve, proper etiquette, being feminine and all that… but no one said “7beebti, you’re gonna have a rough time cz men are immensely different than women” unless they did and I missed out on those subtle hints…..
That don’t mean the loving stops, it just grows, gets better and stronger *mashala*
No, its no funky concoction of ginger and flower tea or some honey and applecider vinegar- it’s simple water. You have your choice of a 1 Riyal .30 liter bottle of local, spring water or an 8 dolla bottle of expensive European imported woh-tah. Who cares, it’s water and that is V-I-T-A-L. Especially if you want healthy looking skin sans uncontrollable coughing due to all the “pollution” surrounding us and yes I am ignoring the bad habits.
I am blogging about this, because it’s 3:30 in the afternoon and I’ve been up since 7:30 and I have just realised how I haven’t had any water today.
3 cups of instant coffee and 1 can of diet Cola certainly is NOT the healthiest way to go about (I try to convince myself)
So yes, wallahi water rocks.