Kamen & Subeshini’s Tamil Wedding | MTSS Hall, Durban


I might be a bit biased by posting more images of the bride in most of my blog posts, but I just can’t help it. For instance just look at Subeshini, she’s so cute! I probably shouldn’t refer to a bride as ‘cute’ but I can’t resist.

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How did you meet?
I met my best friend whom is now my husband at a traditional “South African Braai”. We were instantly attracted to one another and from that day onwards we were inseparable.

What is your most special memory of your wedding?
For me it would definitly be the tying of the thali, it was the most emotional part of our wedding, it’s like my entire world stopped at that moment. As for Kaman well he said …when I became his wife.

What was the hardest part of the planning process?
It was not the wedding itself that was hard to prepare, it’s what happens behind closed doors .The reminisces of everything that has happened in the past 27years of my life …that actually comes to life again, along with a few laughter and tears. It’s also the grieving of those whom we have lost along the way that couldn’t share the special moment with us.

Did you experience any unexpected turns during the wedding process and how did you handle it?
Everything fell into place as if it was meant to be.

Any advice for brides-to-be?
Capture every moment!!! It has taken us an entire year to prepare but when the day as finally arrived I just wanted time to stand still.  Don’t stress about everything because you’ll never get that moment again. Also don’t stress about having the perfect venue or the most romantic setting ….just know that no matter what happens you are marrying the man of your dreams ….your fairy tale life begins with him.

Looking back, is there anything you would have done differently?
I would have changed ………. absolutely nothing. 

Service Providers:
Vennue | 
MTSS, Merebank
Bridal dressing, make-up | Amazing Grace – Dipti Nathoo
Video | Printfrend

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