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“Our reception was more western,” Christina shares.

“We had all the usual wedding customs: the cake cutting, the speeches and the first dance,” she explains.

It was such a special and private time when we escaped from the crowds and truly celebrated.

The entire day had gone so smoothly, and we couldn’t wait to get on the dance floor,” Christina reminisces.

It took nearly four hours to complete, but “It was worth every minute,” Christina avows. ” The following day Christina participated in a Maiyan ceremony.

All the girls had mehndi applied to their hands and feet, but Christina’s was the most elaborate by far.

We went on a blind date at Moxie’s on Robson, for which he was 45 minutes late.

He made up for it with loads of great conversation and we really hit it off.

“I created a detailed itinerary for everyone,” Christina notes.

“I think that really helped keep things on track.” The bride and groom also relied on designated “timekeepers” from both sides of the family to wrangle guests. “I quickly realized everyone will follow the bride,” she jokes.

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