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Personalizing My Wedding

I was engaged for 2 years. During that time, I put so much effort into the wedding planning process. I wanted to incorporate as many unique and personalized details as possible. Now that the whole ordeal is over, I find myself day dreaming about all those details I stressed over for so long and I wonder if anyone else remembers them but me. So, I figured what better way to remember the details of the day than to write a blog about it. It will be a cathartic experience for me, and maybe give some other brides out there some inspiration. Win win.

* PICTURES TAKEN BY SAMANTHA SHAY PHOTOGRAPHY (First photograph is a still taken by my videographer, Kevin Ikeda, but the rest of the pictures were taken by Samantha Shay Photography – samanthashayphotography.com)

something old…

The glittering pin on my bouquet is an old broach I borrowed from my Grandmother

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I don’t know where I’m from

The question “Where are you from?” may seem like one of the most simple questions to answer. And for most people who have lived in one place for the majority of their life, it is. But for some of us, it’s a question that doesn’t have a straight answer, and it can often lead to many more questions. Continue reading

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The Banana Tree City

Bangkok is a unique city, full of paradoxes.  The slums situated right next to some of the most fabulous hotels in the world, the lush greenery popping through the concrete in between the buildings, the many MANY smells, both nauseating and appetizing. These are just some of the things that come to mind when I think of the city I grew up in – my favorite city in the world, Bangkok. It is a city unlike any other.

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