One of my favourite moments from my wedding was when my handsome grandfather “gave my hand” to my husband. A little gesture that encompasses a coming of age , entering another phase of a woman’s life and is monumental. There was so much love in the handing over for I had found my partner and I love that in this little video, as Ali held my hand, we both held on to “stabilise” ourselves in this coming together and as he looked at me knowing all the emotions being stirred inside, he asked me if I was ok. We did not know then that marriage would be a lot of that and much more. What we have learnt ever since and how one can never truly prepare for what’s in store, in the latest blog up on the website. Head over to our Beauty Beat to read both mine and Ali's perspectives on 'What No One Tells You About Marriage' (link in bio / description☝🏼and below 👇🏼) https://www.natashaglobal.com/what-no-one-tells-you-about-marriage/
Song : Phir Le Aya Dil (Shafqat Amanat Ali)
Outfit : @minahasanofficial
Jewellery: Family heirlooms
Event Decor: @aarij_1
1 day ago
They told me Malaysia wasn’t ready for this.
When I first moved into this place, so many people told me that having bean bags and a pool table, a lot of people told me that it wouldn’t work in Asia. They told me that it would work in the US, in Silicon Valley, but Asia wasn’t ready for it.
I think all of our biggest dreams and ambitions, mankind’s greatest achievements, it all started with someone who didn’t know how it was going to be done.
When I first started, I didn’t know who to hire, I didn’t know how to get teams to work together - that was all very new and foreign to me.
Looking back in retrospect, I realise that this is something I remind myself every time I get into a new project. I constantly remind myself how my journey began where I had no idea how to do it, no idea how to execute, get people together, how to hire - and I just tell myself that’s part of the process.
If you have something new and it’s scary to you, be okay with it because that’s all part of the journey.