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Presenting Mr. & Mrs. JF

Well, I have just been the worst at updating my blog of late and for that, I am truly sorry. I didn't mean to neglect it but push comes to shove from end of September until now (21st October?!) that I just couldn't find the time to update or even be inspired to update. My bad-ness...

Anyways, I left off at a quick update on the then upcoming wedding of Buffy. Well, she's married alright. For 19 days already!! Gasp. Well, she was married for like 6 days and then single for another 10 days (coz her hubby went overseas for work) and now she's back to being married again. Ahahaha. Oh, and it's not over yet... why? Coz the reception on new BIL's side is still not over with. Speaking of which, we're heading over there (Kedah) this weekend. Then it'll be finally over. Phew!

On to the wedding update...!

Buffy got officially married on the 2nd of October 2009. Our reception was held the next day in our Ipoh home. And as the saying goes, "a picture's worth a thousand words" so behold:

2nd October 09 - Waiting anxiously for the solemnisation to be complete
One ring to bind him to her

She is officially Mrs. Jamy Faisal

The ring that binds her to him

3rd October 09 - A picture of eternal love

My nieces as the bridesmaid

The Little Prince in his princely garb

The happy couple - Mr. & Mrs. Jamy Faisal

Our family portrait

The complete version

...And who says the Bride & Groom can't goof off?

That night, the family tradition of having 'Mandi Sampat' as an ice breaker.
(Just our way of saying, "Welcome to the family!!")

Cake cutting and getting-to-know-you before we start our karaoke & poco-poco :P

4th October 2009 - Opening presentssssss!
(I love this picture. It's so funny! Notice she's holding a knife set while looking at him)

Japanese dinner to purge out the abundance of malay food

More piccies to come. We have Eid to rewind to, then birthdays and soon the reception in Kedah. So stay tuned!!! Ciao.

She sings 'Kasih' and gets a kiss from her beloved


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