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How To Decorate A Dinner Table


how to decorate a dinner table
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255 - Arranged Marriage
255 - Arranged Marriage
22/5/11 Arranged Marriage - the most spectacular marriage ceremony celebration arrangement I have ever seen. Sunday night went to the wedding Project accountant's daughter and wow what an event. It was held in a purpose built open air wedding centre about the size of a football pitch with gold coloured turrets, columns and statues everywhere. Lights hung over everything, from the trees to the walls, with red carpet leading into the centre and flowers on most surfaces, sofas as well as tables even a large sound system for a disco. There wasn't a surface that wasn't brightly coloured or brightly lit or decorated with something bright. It really was a sight to behold and that was even before the celebrating had started. Fireworks accompanied the grooms journey on a horse surrounded by his friends and an Indian marching band to outside the wedding where he was greeted by more drummers, confetti and dancing. Within a massive scrum the groom was dismounted and led in with various little ceremonies accompanied by photographers and videographers which fed to live screens around the wedding. Much shouting, drum banging and confetti bombs went off and a machine spraying flower petals announced his arrival and he made his way under a little carried roof across the wedding. We then had dinner which was hardly needed as we had all ready had the snacks offered from trays, and then larger snacks cooked on huge pans only to then to be confronted by a hall of food some freshly cooked as you stood. There was more food there than I have ever seen in one place and its a shame that a lot of it is wasted but Indian tradition and manners mean that if all the food is finished then there wasn't enough provided. Then the bride came out of her little room to huge flourish and pride by her father, who was obviously delighted with the whole affair having a huge grin on his face and gesturing for me and others to follow him to see all the best bits. The bride was lead forwards onto a chair which was then carried into the middle of the wedding surrounded by others holding glittering ohm and swastick signs. There the bride and groom were united on a rising platform where they took hanging garlands to place round each other and more confetti and petal fountains erupted around and over them. The guests all the time cheering and celebrating the couple in a fantastic manner to create such an amazing atmosphere. As I was in the crowd watching this a guy near me decided to add to the whole thing by firing a couple of shots off from a pistol which less shocked me but more deafened e has he was only a couple of feet away. A few people looked over disapprovingly but the rest just carried on celebrating with the couple still on their podium and most hadn't noticed at all such was the noise. This was really the wedding to end all weddings I thought but apparently it was quite normal and only a middle-middle-class do. I have honestly never seen so much effort made to make a wedding as spectacular, fantastical and enjoyable as this one. The Indians sure know how to do this sort of thing and I've seen Indian weddings before but none was ever like this one and make our normal English weddings seem like very formal affairs indeed. We left before midnight sometime but the ceremonies and partying went on to 5.00 am apparently, I don't know how the bride and groom get through it all and that was only just one day of the three day long wedding.One word I didnt use was lavish and even though the wedding certainly was that word just doesnt do it enough justice.
John dorman and Ida Miller in Europe (7)
John dorman and Ida Miller  in Europe (7)
How to spend your time if you have only one day in Venice Accommodation in Venice is very costly so we based ourself in Milan.Out of Milan we took the night train to venice which will arrive into Venice about 8 am.For 5 US Dollars one can have a shower at the train station. if need be..........Take the vaporetto line{a local boat } to Saint Mark's place before it opens at 9:45am; that way you will get to see its treasures and the thousands of square feet of glittering mosaics swathing its interior, and you won't have to wait in a long line, which can stretch the wait to as long as an hour or more later in the day Grab a light lunch on your way over the Grand Canal to tour the Accademia, the major painting gallery in town, packed with Old Masters, and the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, decorated with dozens of Tintoretto paintings. Spend the evening before dinner just wandering aimlessly around Venice's labyrinth of alleyways. After dinner, sit on Piazza San Marco to listen to the dueling trios playing for the tables in front of competing chichi cafes. before you leave venice—be sure to hop aboard the no. 1 or no. 2 vaporetto line to for a poor man's cruise of the Grand Canal between Piazza San Marco and the Ferrovia (train station) or Piazzale Roma Note well ....a gondola ride will cost you dearly

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