DJ Gee Gee's wife narrates the strange things that rocked her wedding day

This was so bad and horrible

According her Jasmine Macharia, things did not go as planned during her wedding day making her to cry her eyes out before saying “I do” to the lover of her love Daniel Githongo aka DJ Gee Gee.

Through her Instagram account Jasmine shared the strange things that rocked their wedding.

“The day before our wedding. Everything went wrong. Some suppliers called and cancelled. The makeup artist to my bridesmaids cancelled. The hairdresser to my bridesmaids stopped picking my calls. Everything, absolutely everything made me cry. I don’t think I’ve ever cried that much in my life,” wrote Jasmine

Jasmine added that from the rain to her makeup, everything seemed to have conspired to break down a day to what was supposed to be her happiest day in her life.

“The lady doing my nails lady gave me what was the worst French manicure I’d ever seen…my nails looked awful…the lady doing my hair also didn’t look like she had done a weave before, so that of course made me cry,” she explained.

Despite it all, Jasmine reiterated that on the wedding day she purposed to enjoy the day even though things had not gone as planned.

“I’m certain people wondered why I didn’t shed a tear. To be honest, I was all cried out, I literally didn’t have any more tears in tear ducts so instead I smiled all through my wedding.I purposed to enjoy the day even if things weren’t as I had planned. At the end of the day, we were just happy to be married.”  Noted Jasmine.

She added that after she was done she went to join her family but only to realise that they were stuck in an elevator in town.

“Once I was done, I went to join my family in town so that we could head home, only to learn that my sister and mother got stuck in an elevator in town. You all know what happened next, yes, I cried again. Someone managed to get them out, and we eventually went home. Let's not even discuss the things that went wrong at home, it was all too much, so I just went to sleep early.” Narrated Jasmine

Jasmine Post

October 3rd. The day before our wedding. Everything went wrong. Some suppliers called and cancelled. The makeup artist to my bridesmaids cancelled. The hairdresser to my bridesmaids stopped picking my calls. Everything, absolutely everything made me cry. I don't think I've ever cried that much in my life. I think I had an emotional breakdown. The last few months of wedding planning were so exhausting and I just wanted one day before my wedding to rest my mind and I didn't get that. I then went to the nearest salon I could find since it was raining and Nairobi traffic was beyond crazy, making it hard to make it to my salon where I was expected. The lady doing my nails lady gave me what was the worst French manicure I'd ever seen. I kid not! I'm not that picky but this woman just didn't do a good job, my nails looked awful, and that made me cry even more. The lady doing my hair also didn't look like she had done a weave before, so that of course made me cry.

It may sound silly, but when everything felt out of my control, I needed to know that I would at least look and feel good on my wedding day, and that clearly was becoming harder. After a certain guy intervened and did my manicure well, I started to feel hopeful. I think everyone at that salon had never seen a bride crying that much. Once I was done, I went to join my family in town so that we could head home, only to learn that my sister and mother got stuck in an elevator in town. You all know what happened next, yes, I cried again. Someone managed to get them out, and we eventually went home. Let's not even discuss the things that went wrong at home, it was all too much, so I just went to sleep early. Exhausted but so eager to marry the love of my life. On the next day,  cried a river as I walked down the aisle and all through saying his vows. It was beautiful! I'm certain people wondered why I didn't shed a tear. To be honest, I was all cried out, I literally didn't have any more tears in tear ducts so instead I smiled all through my wedding. I purposed to enjoy the day even if things weren't as I had planned. At the end of the day, we were just happy to be married.

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