The Wedding Planner

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Sound & lighting, check.

Food, check.

Seating arrangement, check.

Memento, check.

Shamiana*, check.

Thud !

The shamiana had collapsed. Thank Goodness, there was nobody underneath it but only two days until the wedding.

Hurry up, fix the problem yelled the wedding planner at one of her assistants. As much as the day was important to the couple, this was her biggest event yet, and she couldn’t afford messing it up. It would be a day when she would graduate from managing kids birthday parties to events of huge proportions. Would the day work out in her favour? Fingers crossed.

97 words.

Shamiana* :- A shamiana is an Indian ceremonial tent, shelter or awning, commonly used for outdoor parties. ( Meaning from Google).

Acknowledgements :- Written in response to Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff- Fields and #100 Word Wednesday hosted by Bikurgurl. I have combined both the prompts and written this story. Thank you for running the challenge. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.


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  1. Nice! My husband and I got married under a portable shamiana carried by our cousins as we said our vows ❤ Ours was handmade and very special for me to mix into our eclectic ceremony ❤ Thank you for joining us again this week for 100 Word Wednesday ❤

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