getting married abroad w1

10 years in e decidimos dar o no. No fuss, so nos os dois. Escolhemos uma bencao budista na Thailadia. 

Começamos por decidir que queiramos fazer algo especial para celebrar o nosso aniversário, num sitio especial. Casar em Portugal até podia ser, mas ter de lidar com stress da família e ter de agradar a gregos e a troianos nao estava na mesa, por isso, decidimos que seria mais apropriado para nós fazer uma cerimonia a dois.  O destino: Phuket, Tailandia. Marcamos 3 semanas de ferias para incluir casamento e lua-de-mel; escolhemos o tipo de cerimonia numa agencia especializada; perguntamos a minha irma se ela queria ir e ser nossa testemunha; compramos os voos, os hoteis e as aliancas.

O nosso dia foi assim:
10h00 pequeno almoço no hotel
11h00 maquiagem, cabeleireiro, vestir no hotel
13h00 cerimonia no templo
15h00 almoco piquenique na praia, fazer praia
19h00 Jantar e drinks


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A cerimonia incluiu:
  • Briefing with Wedding Master about all ceremony steps.
  • Hair Dressing and Making Up.
  • Traditional Thai Costumes for Bride & Groom and use of Thai Jewellery for Bride.
  • Fresh Flower Buttonhole for Groom.
  • Fresh Flower Bouquet for Bride.
  • Photo. with unlimited shooting + 50 photos print with album + pen drive.
  • Round trip transfer from/to your hotel.
  • Master of Ceremony.
  • 5 Buddhist monks + Fees.
  • Offering packages for the monks and temple donations.
  • 2 fresh Flower Garlands for the Couple.
  • Painting 3 dots on each of their foreheads.
  • Sacred Head Slings.
  • String of luck charm bracelets for bride, groom and also participants.
  • Arrangement of wedding vow and ring exchange ceremony.
  • Holy Water Ceremony.
  • Blessing Certificate
  • Flower petals shower after ceremony.
  • 1 Sky Lantern.
  • Online Webpage Photo Gallery.
  • Beach photos







 


















 



A nossa lua-de-mel foi assim:

Myanmar
 I. Yangon
II. Bagan
       III. Mandalay
IV. Heho
Thailand
         I. Chiang Mai
  II. Phuket





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