Beautiful Weddings...

luxcalife:
What type of music do you listen to? Punjabi, Hindi, English etc?

I listen to everything really. I love music with a passion! But I’m not really into Hindi music or anything that comes outta Bollywood - it’s just not for me! I listen to English and Punjabi music :)

Anonymous:
you are very very beautiful and this is an awesome blog :)

Hi! That’s very sweet of you, thank you so much :-) you have a very beautiful heart.
Sorry to all my followers that I have been slow on updating my blog recently! I’ve had a busy start to the festive season & I turn 21 the day after Christmas so I’ve had a lot to do. Will be back before ya know it ;) xx

Anonymous:
So I really really like this guy. He's coming to my school for a basketball game. He loves girls who play basketball and I'm a basketball player as well. How should I approach him? I haven't talked to him in a while but I still like him a lot. I went to his school in October for a basketball game and we made these weird eye contacts and smiled at each other a lot. If that counts LOL

Haha that sounds so cute!
Well because it’s been a few months I would see how he interacts first - if he smiles, makes eye contact & gives you those same signs that show you he’s interested, go ahead and approach him. Relax, be yourself and be confident! Simply strike up a conversation about basketball if you can’t think of anything else. I’m sure if he’s into it he will appreciate that & you can find out what his favourite team is etc, it’s an easy conversation that will flow because it’s something your both comfortable talking about. I’m sure if somethings there you will feel it in your stomach right away. See if he makes the effort to speak to you, or flirts with u after you initially start talking. If he does, he’s most probably into you too ;) good luck and let me know how it goes! Xx

Anonymous:
First of all, beautiful blog! Second, i wanted to ask you some advice. My boyfriend is from Punjab and i'm not Pakistani at all. Soon we wanna get engaged in shaa Allah, but i'm really afraid that his parents won't accept me because i'm not Pakistani. It seems like it's something cultural to marry a girl who is pakistani also. I seriously don't know what to do anymore, can you give me some advice?

Hey! Thank you so much :)

Well there are no right or wrong answers for a question like this. But how long have you guys been together? Have you sat down with him and had that conversation of where your relationship is going? They’re both really important questions.
Personally speaking, I’m a punjabi and I come from a family that would definitely have a problem with me marrying outside of my culture or religion. Not saying that would stop me, if that other person was my soul mate I believe you have to make a really strong commitment one day and not look back. You both need to sit down and decide what your willing to go through, but certainly don’t let anyone stop you from marrying the person that you love!! That would be my main piece of advise - I would certainly never say go and get married or engaged they have to accept you, because frankly what if your or his family turned around and disowned you both? Think about if your relationship would be okay if that happened.
That aside I would say…
First step: decide what you want, both as an individual and a couple. Make a final decision on what you will do if the parents don’t agree and stick with that.
Second step: tell both of your parents (and I know that isn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination).
Third step, see what they say and give it some time, make the effort to get to know his family and show them who you are. If they come around and accept it, perfect! If not stick to your original plan and never let anyone come in the way of marrying the person you love and are meant to be with. What if you never find a person like that again? I don’t think anyone would want to live with those regrets.

Looooove my OOTW! :) 

She got everything right! What an amazing and intricate lehenga - can’t get over the embellishments, details and color. The accessories are perfect.

Makeup was highlighted by the bright lip (which ties in with the color of the lehenga), and a really defined, traditional eye look. Love the way this photo has been taken - classy and timeless! A must have portrait for every bride to cherish in the years to come :) 

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She got everything right! What an amazing and intricate lehenga - can’t get over the embellishments, details and color. The accessories are perfect.

Makeup was highlighted by the bright lip (which ties in with the color of the lehenga), and a really defined, traditional eye look. Love the way this photo has been taken - classy and timeless! A must have portrait for every bride to cherish in the years to come :) 

Love these Kaleere!!!! So different and unique - traditional with the pops of red and gold, but given such a modern edge with the silver detail! 

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Love these Kaleere!!!! So different and unique - traditional with the pops of red and gold, but given such a modern edge with the silver detail!