Not a Perfect Wedding, A Happy Wedding
I recently had the pleasure of doing a wedding this weekend for Anna and Issac Yu. It was such a wonderful experience to have another Korean wedding. It was also very unique because it was mixed with the Chinese culture as well, which is another favorite of mine. Well maybe I just love weddings in general. But to be at this wedding you have to understand the traditions. The women wear these beautiful Garbs and the men always stand up and introduce their family from another country. There is always a translator and there is always a mix of people from near and far. But the food is incredible. Yes, there is always kim-chi (hope I spelled that right) but the Fried portabella mushrooms in a thick sweet sauce, are amazing. Either way, I always feel blessed to be part of every culture from Persian, to Nigerian, to Hindi, to different religions to even my own heritages. Yes I am Portuguese and Anglo-Saxon. At this company we try to be very open to all ethnicities, cultures and religions. We think it is a blessing bestowed upon us. But why the title Happy not Perfect? Well I stated at this wedding at the end and after many moving elements during the ceremony, “remember we want a happy, not a perfect wedding”, if you aim for that you cant go wrong. And nothing did, the ceremony was perfect and everyone was happy.