When we left the bride’s home, we headed straight back to our home.
The weather during my wedding was nice and warm. The sun wasn’t very hot and luckily it didn’t rain. Can you imagine the inconvenience we may have if it poured?
When we reached home, all my relatives were here. We were very excited and delighted.
Time for tea-ceremony. Everyone got into position…my aunties prepared the tea-cups set and arranged two chairs side by side.
As each cup of tea was served, my cousin was saying nice words…he sounded like the Master of Ceremony for tea-ceremony. :p
Though we had to serve tea to at least 30 relatives, the tea-ceremony lasted for just 15 minutes or so.
Happy times passed very quickly!
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