I have been lucky enough to have been invited to a Traditional Thai Wedding in November, hence why I am staying longer in Thailand than the month I had planned.
Congratulations to the happy couple and may they be blessed with many many happy years together.
So a group of us set off from Bangkok and fought through many hours of traffic to reach Pranburi late evening where we quickly checked into our beautiful guest bungalows before heading to the brides family home for dinner.
Many courses of truly amazing Thai food was served around the garden of the family home, making it a quite local affair.
Eventually, with full stomachs, we headed back to the guest house and quickly changed before buying a few beers and hitting the beach 🙂
Which seems a regular Thai thing to do here in that many friends or families head to the sea and sit and enjoy a meal and a few drinks with each other relaxing by the beach or road.
The Wedding day
The following morning a very early wake up meant we were fully dressed and attendees again at the brides family house for 8 am to watch the festivities begin.
Drinking whisky and beer so early on a Sunday was a different experience and one I took time to appreciate as it was roughly 30 degrees by 8.30 and very hot.
Thank goodness for my Hat 🤣
The wedding carried on for most of the day, with many more dishes being served and our own waitress serving our table with drinks managed to keep us cool 🖕
Mui 🙂 What can I say, Thank you so much for the invite I had the best time ever and thoroughly enjoyed the whole weekend.
Wishing you and your husband much happiness for the future😃