Is it necessary to have bunga telur on wedding day? I think it's a waste of money and expensive. I searched for vendors, asked the price and they quoated me normally around RM8 - RM10 for a stick of bunga telur. Crazy or what?
I don't really like bunga telur for personal reasons. Apart from expensive, I think they'll only collecting dusts.
But I know, my elder relatives would want this tradition to keep running through their modern generation, and for our wedding, it won't be excepted. Surely.
For the sake of pleasuring their wish, I did spent a few good hours finding online vendors for bunga telur. And I came across Wawa. Her design is simple. But what I like most is the price range, which is very reasonable and surely won't burn a hole in your pocket.
Now that I have found a cheaper option, I am still contemplating whether to still have bunga telur for our wedding day or not. I really can't wait for October to come. Managing your own wedding day is stressful!