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And Finally we are married!

This weekend, Shayon and I complete one month of "Wedded Bliss".. ;)

Whether it is bliss or not, well, that requires a lot of questions, answers and discussions. Without going in the details of that..

I want to really Thank every one here on TWM for being there on the most important day of our lives. The presence of TWM members is even more special because they have been a part of our relationship through the last eight years, through our ups and downs.
Through the phone calls that I made to track down Shayon and through the chats and troublesome advice that I took, or simply the rants that I have vented out at so many of you.

The whole thing became extra special with our very own Mannu bhai enthusiastically participating in the dancing and actually managing to do a salsa piece and a disco piece ;) Thanks a ton Mannu!
And to our very own Karma, who clicked some of the most beautiful moments of the wedding :)


To all those who were not there, Shayon and I missed you! 

Comments

raj alakshendra said…
I would say this was the best wedding for me till date ...
our blessings r always with u two guys ...
Have a great life ahead >>>
Sakshi and Shayon,
I second Raj on that: Our blessings and wishes are always with you'll.
Thanks to the pictures and the web-stream, I got to enjoy that day a bit with you'll. Though I sure am sad to have missed the actual celebration in person.
I still have to call you'll and chat, so hopefully it will be one of these days (my folks are here, so it's only lab/work and spending time with them). Soon, I promise!
shastha said…
Congratulations to both of you..Cheers
I have one word for the weeding "It was absolute joy" . Loved to be a part of it-to see the two of you getting married and reconnecting with college mates during this "event"
Unknown said…
Sakshi & Shayon - Congratulations again :) Yes, got to see the lovely pics in fb and good to see the JSR folks together at your wedding.

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