“The life you celebrate. Preferably, I make every moment a big party, with lots of good homemade food, a nicely decorated table and appropriate stationery. Friends and family responded so enthusiastically to my ‘parties’ that the urge to make my big dream to chase always became stronger. At the school I dreamed of my own business which I do every day with my passions engaged. I grew up in a real family of entrepreneurs and have therefore no strangers ( laughs ). A year and a half ago, right after I graduated as a graphic designer, I took my chance and I started my own creative studio: To Remember.”
“I like to make beautiful things, in any form whatsoever. Of course, I design for businesses, but marriages have yet something magical. A commitment between two people who dearly love each other, is something pure. This is part of a personal and particular celebration. It is nice to see how every culture, the love in her own way celebrates. So party the average Belgian, like in an intimate circle, with a extended course meal and up till the early hours. At a Turkish wedding party to hear a lot of bells and whistles. The bride is given a mass of gold as a wedding gift and the amount of guests is the priority at the catering. According to the Moroccan culture to celebrate men and women then separately, and that about three days long. The bride is a true showpiece and switches often up to 4 times of dress, on one night. Each wedding is beautiful in its own way.”
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