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Hey piger...

Jeg er så småt ved at skimte et orientalsk inspireret tema i vores bryllup... Og hvis det skal være rigtig gennemført, ville det så ikke være übercool med en orientalsk agtig inspireret looking kjole??? Hvis I har nogle forslag til hvad jeg evt. kunne gå efter, så kom endelig med dem... Det er sådan at jeg selv kan definerer min kjole, da den skal syes i Thailand af en skrædder!

Så det er ok hvis der er en flot corsage eller skørt... slør... eller ja hvad ved jeg?

Kom endelig med det hele!!!

- Mette

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måske en her... taget fra Haute Coture kjolerne... post-23814-1173210422.jpg

Eller en anden også nappet her på siden... med bredt bånd om livet og orkidéer i buketten post-23814-1173210515.jpg

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Alexandras første brudekjole var jo også temmelig orientalsk inspireret :thumbsupsmileyanim:

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hey ! hvad skete der med kjolen fra din tråd? den flotte Herve Mirage? har lidt til dig her :thumbsupsmileyanim: Det kunne være fedt med fortune cookies, japansk kirsebærblomster etc.. :thumbsupsmileyanim:

Anna

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Uhhh, jeg er vild med den sidste kjole du har fundet, Mette - den med det brede bånd og orchidéen. Herlig boheme-stil :thumbsupsmileyanim:

Orientalsk stil kan jo være mange ting - er det noget specifikt land/kultur i vil tage udgangspunkt i?

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hey ! hvad skete der med kjolen fra din tråd? den flotte Herve Mirage? har lidt til dig her :cheerleader3: Det kunne være fedt med fortune cookies, japansk kirsebærblomster etc.. :cheerleader3:

Anna

Hervé udgår... jeg kan mærke at jeg har mest lyst til at få den syet så den passer MIG og ikke en anden!... Er faktisk vild med fortune cookies ideen... den er cool... og den japanske kirsebær blomdt...er så dejlig... meget smuk, og den helt rette farve... Gode forslag Anna... men dig kan jeg jo også altid regne med!

Mange knus og tanker fra Mette :thumbsupsmileyanim::thumbsupsmileyanim:

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Uhhh, jeg er vild med den sidste kjole du har fundet, Mette - den med det brede bånd og orchidéen. Herlig boheme-stil :thumbsupsmileyanim:

Orientalsk stil kan jo være mange ting - er det noget specifikt land/kultur i vil tage udgangspunkt i?

Jeg har jo selv rejst en del i både Indien, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam og Cambodia... så der er ikke som sådan noget gennemgående og altoverskyggende land, men mere sådan samlet orientalsk... Er dog særlig vild med Indien og Thailand!!!

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Har vist for nogen tid siden lovet at scanne nogle billeder ind fra et thailandsk bryllupsmagasin, jeg har derhjemme. Det kan jeg s lige kigge på, og så kan du jo se, om der er noget i den thailandske mode, som kan friste :thumbsupsmileyanim:

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Alexandras første brudekjole var jo også temmelig orientalsk inspireret :thumbsupsmileyanim:

Ja det har du ret i og jeg synes også den er ret flot, men alt for tung til mig... og så har jeg et ret flot stykke krop (hvis jeg selv skal sige det) omkring skuldrene og hals, og det ville være synd og skam at gemme det væk i en kjole!!!

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Har vist for nogen tid siden lovet at scanne nogle billeder ind fra et thailandsk bryllupsmagasin, jeg har derhjemme. Det kan jeg s lige kigge på, og så kan du jo se, om der er noget i den thailandske mode, som kan friste :thumbsupsmileyanim:

Hej Louise

det ville da være for godt... skynd dig... :thumbsupsmileyanim:

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Har vist for nogen tid siden lovet at scanne nogle billeder ind fra et thailandsk bryllupsmagasin, jeg har derhjemme. Det kan jeg s lige kigge på, og så kan du jo se, om der er noget i den thailandske mode, som kan friste :thumbsupsmileyanim:

Hej Louise

det ville da være for godt... skynd dig... :thumbsupsmileyanim:

Det bliver først sent, hvis det blivert i dag. For jeg kommer tidligst hjem ved 21-tiden... Skal både træne og til massage i dag :D

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Hej

Vi har disse 2 kjoler på tilbud hos Cinderella

De er meget orientalsk nspireret og har mange fine detaljer

Det er da også en mulighed :thumbsupsmileyanim:

:thumbsupsmileyanim: Heidi

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Hej Ryberg...

Jeg synes meget godt om numemr 2 kjole's hals udskæring... og med et bredt bånd om livet og lidt store blomster sååååå ja så kunne den faktisk være meget pæn... Er bare ikke til de der lange slæb...

men hlsudskæringen er fin - rigtig fin

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Hej Ryberg...

Jeg synes meget godt om numemr 2 kjole's hals udskæring... og med et bredt bånd om livet og lidt store blomster sååååå ja så kunne den faktisk være meget pæn... Er bare ikke til de der lange slæb...

men hlsudskæringen er fin - rigtig fin

Hej

Slæbet kan evt tilrettes efter ønske.

Her er billede af det slæbet :thumbsupsmileyanim:

:thumbsupsmileyanim: Heidi

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Mette - det lyder kanon, kan godt følge dig mht herve mirage selvom den er skøn til din flotte figur...! (hvor har de 2 unger siddet???) :thumbsupsmileyanim:

Den høje "kina"krave går igen - men det behøver du ikke.. har lidt billeder af mandetøj hvis Michael er lidt modig hehe! :thumbsupsmileyanim:

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Mere - ja så ville det være oplagt at lave kjolen i thaisilke!! måske med en stærk pink eller gul eller den blommefarvede under kjolen...

Æbleblomster ville også være super! Små "take-out" boxes til fortune cookies - det ville være rigtig fedt m kina sko til brudepiger...

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Mere - ja så ville det være oplagt at lave kjolen i thaisilke!! måske med en stærk pink eller gul eller den blommefarvede under kjolen...

Æbleblomster ville også være super! Små "take-out" boxes til fortune cookies - det ville være rigtig fedt m kina sko til brudepiger...

Er du svimlende bimmer for en kjole... hold da op, hvor er den flot... man kunne jo evt. udelade det der "flødeskum" der sidder fast bagpå, og bare få en helt enkel kjole!... De små take out bokse hvor kan man få dem??? - skal jeg på kina grillen? - eller hvad??

- Mette

Tror lige jeg prøver at google dem!

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Det kommer jo også til at matche mine smykker rigtig godt... fra Pilgrim og de hedder Orient...

Super tema...

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Hey!

Ja overdelen fra den kjole, og så måske den underdel du har vist et par gange..?? Smykkerne passer PERFEKT til :thumbsupsmileyanim: take-out boxene kan vist fås ret små - har set dem på ebay.co.uk!

har fundet en drink du kan servere til at starte med som er "asian"

ASIAN

Hop aboard this libation for a trip into your taste buds.

Orient Express

1 oz. gin

1 oz. bourbon

1 oz. brandy

Stir ingredients with cracked ice in mixing glass and strain into chilled cocktail glass.

Og så er de kinesiske bryllupsfarver er rød og guld - men synte den grønne og blomme er SÅ flot!

Anna

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OG så har jeg lige det sidste

Asian traditons

Korean: If you'd love to include your Korean heritage in your wedding but aren't sure where to start, look no further. We turned to an expert for a run-down of Korean wedding traditions. Shu Shu Costa, author of Wild Geese and Tea: An Asian-American Wedding Planner (Riverhead Books, 1997), describes a few commonly practiced rituals that are meaningful -- and fun.

BETROTHAL

Traditionally, Korean betrothal gifts were brought to the bride's home by a band of the groom's closest friends. The gifts were placed in a box called a hahm. The group, dressed in costume with blackened faces, would arrive singing at the bride's family home. They would stop just outside the house, chanting, "Hahm for sale, hahm for sale!" The bride's family would rush out and offer money to the group. Through fun negotiation and laughter, the bearers would be bribed until at last the hahm was delivered.

ENGAGEMENT PARTIES

Most Korean-American engagement parties are now held in restaurants. Gifts are exchanged -- sometimes worth $30,000 to $40,000! -- and family members are formally introduced. The bride may wear the traditional hanbok (a special engagement dress). Entertainment is expected, but can range from classical Korean music to family members singing along with a karaoke machine.

A WILD GOOSE

Before the wedding, a beautiful tradition takes place: The groom gives the bride's mother a wild goose (traditionally, a live goose was used; today it is often a wooden goose). Wild geese mate for life, so his gift is a promise that he will care for her daughter for life.

A GOURD OF WINE

The traditional Korean wedding is held at the bride's family home. Vows are taken in a ceremony called kunbere: Bride and groom bow to each other and seal their vow by sipping a special wine poured into a gourd grown by the bride's mother.

DATES & CHESTNUTS

A few days after the ceremony, the couple visit the groom's family for another wedding ceremony, the p'ye-baek. Here the bride offers dates and chestnuts -- symbols of children -- to the groom's parents, while sitting at a low table filled with other symbolic offerings. The parents offer sake in return, and as a final gesture they throw the dates and chestnuts at the bride, who tries to catch them in her large wedding skirt.

In the United States, the p'ye-baek is most often held at the reception, with the bride and groom in full Korean costume. It is usually a family-only affair, hosted by the groom's side. The throwing of dates and chestnuts is the highlight. Family members also offer gifts of money in white envelopes to the bride.

WEDDING BANQUET

Korean wedding banquets can be very simple: Noodle soup is the only required dish. In fact, the wedding banquet is called kook soo sang, which means "noodle banquet." Long noodles -- symbolizing a wish for a long and happy life -- are boiled in beef broth and garnished with vegetables. Dok, a sticky rice cake, is served at most Korean events, especially weddings.

Japanese:

Want to include your Japanese heritage in your wedding festivities but aren't sure where to start? We asked Shu Shu Costa, author of Wild Geese and Tea : An Asian-American Wedding Planner (Riverhead Books, 1997), to offer some great ideas on how to add Japanese customs to your celebrations.

THE BETROTHAL

The Japanese betrothal ceremony, called the yuino, is an exchange of symbolic gifts between the groom's and bride's families. Some popular gifts are: konbu, a seaweed whose name can be written to mean "child-bearing woman"; a long white piece of hemp, representing a wish that the couple will grow old and gray together; and a folding fan, which spreads to show future wealth and growth. The main gift is money (about $5,000), tucked in a special envelope called a shugi-bukuro, which has gold and silver strings that are impossible to unknot. The other gifts are given in ornate rice-paper envelopes.

SAKE SHARING CEREMONY

The traditional Japanese ceremony is a Shinto ceremony, though many Japanese in America celebrate weddings with a Buddhist ceremony. Regardless of religious rituals, most Japanese also include a cultural sake-sharing tradition at the wedding, popularly called san-san-kudo -- san means "three," ku means "to deliver," and do means "nine." This ritual dates back to a time when sharing sake created a formal bond as strongly as a handshake did in Victorian times. Using three flat sake cups stacked atop one another, the bride and groom take three sips each from the cups. Then their parents also take sips (for a total of nine sips), cementing the bond between the families.

HONORING THE PARENTS

Japanese weddings usually take some time to acknowledge the parents of the bride and groom. In some weddings, the couple offers bouquets of flowers, a toast, or a personal letter of love and thanks. Any of these gestures is a beautiful way to honor your parents at the wedding.

SPEECHES

Wedding speeches and blessings are very important at Japanese weddings. Family, friends, colleagues, and teachers all stand up at one point or another to wish the couple well. Traditionally, these speeches might be moralistic tales about matrimony's importance; in America, they have evolved into heartfelt messages of love from close friends and family.

GIFTS FOR THE GUESTS

In Japan, brides spend $30 to $50 on "favors" for their guests. In America, favors are more likely to be small tokens -- a few folded origami cranes (the bird that symbolizes a long, contented married life) or a lace bag of sweet almonds.

Chinese

BETROTHAL

The Book of Rites, based on the teachings of Confucius, lists six betrothal ceremonies that range from a formal proposal letter to an exchange of 12 gifts. Many of these gifts are symbolic, such as a pair of chopsticks -- the word for chopsticks, fai ji, sounds like the words for "fast boy" and is a wish for sons. A roast pig is also a popular gift from the groom's family to the bride's -- the bride's family returns the head and the hind portion of the pig, showing that there is a beginning and an end for everything.

ENGAGEMENT PARTIES

Today, many Chinese-Americans still throw large parties to celebrate an engagement, often giving or serving the traditional roast pig. In one Taiwanese tradition, the couple exchanges rings at the engagement party, and a formal tea ceremony is held. Such celebrations are a perfect way to share your heritage with family and friends, especially if you're marrying someone from another culture.

TEA CEREMONY

Wedding ceremonies in Asia are largely silent -- the motions and rituals speak more loudly than words. One popular ritual at Chinese-American weddings is the tea ceremony, where bride and groom offer cups of sweet tea to their respective families. Traditionally, the bride offered tea to the groom's family, but the ritual has been modified a bit. Tea is offered, a sip is taken, and a red packet called hong bao is returned with money or jewelry for the bride and groom. This is considered a formal introduction of the families.

The tea ceremony is a wonderful way to add color and drama to a wedding ceremony. Chinese music could play in the background, and the couple could change into traditional wedding costumes. To make the ceremony special for your guests, ask a family member to explain the ritual's significance and introduce family members to your guests. It's a great way to make family members, especially those who might have come from abroad, feel welcome and at home.

WEDDING BANQUET

No Chinese wedding is complete without a 10- to 12-course banquet. The more lavish the display, and the more food and leftovers, the "richer" the hosts. Some foods are symbolic: A whole fish is typically served because the word for fish, yu, sounds like the word for abundance. A sweet dessert of lotus seeds is a wish for many children. Two other popular wedding delicacies are shark's fin soup, which in some areas costs $150 per guest, and bird's nest soup (yes, made from real bird's nests). You might want to warn your Western guests about the abundance of food (perhaps by placing menus on the table) so they don't fill up on the first course.

For more great planning ideas and to chat with other brides, check out our Chinese Weddings site.

Anna

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JA selvfølgelig har ebay dem... Gad vide hvad vi egentlig skal med alle de andre sider på I-nettet??? - nyttesløst! :thumbsupsmileyanim:

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Annonce ♥

Arj for helvede Mette - kan jo ikke lade være

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Mere - flot til brudepiger f.eks.hvis du har voksne - din søster måske med en flot orkidee i håret

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Fandt lige bagdelen til den jole fra før.. tror IKKE lige det skal på:thumbsupsmileyanim:

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ARGH!

Nu fandt jeg lige god inspiration til dig hvis du skal have syet selv...men jeg kan ikke få lov til at linke til hjemmesiden :thumbsupsmileyanim:

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ARGH!

Nu fandt jeg lige god inspiration til dig hvis du skal have syet selv...men jeg kan ikke få lov til at linke til hjemmesiden :)

HVad hedder hjemmesiden??? så kan du jo bare skrive det i tråden istedet for at linke til den...

Mange smil fra Mette

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