• Creative Ideas for Mandap

    Wedding Mandap captures the attention of everyone including the guests, as the main event - the wedding is to be held here. The bride and the groom in all glory will be seated here for the best moment in their life, of tying the knot. The moment, that will mark the start of a life together. Even the minute details of a mandap should thus be done with perfection.
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  • You are engaged! Now what?

    Getting engaged marks the first step and official green signal to start a life together with someone you met or your parents found for you. Both way, you are officially engaged and soon the two of you would be known as a couple. Although most engagements are held six-twelve months in advance, there are some, which are done 2 years in advance or only a week before the wedding.
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  • Designer Inspiration: Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla

    Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla run one of India’s leading couture fashion houses’, and have been on the cutting edge of fashion since a chance meeting brought this duo together in 1986. They have a flair for bold and extravagant pieces that are heavily embroidered but still maintain a level of elegance, and that same time they produce simple statement looks season after season.
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  • Wedding Program Basics

    A wedding program has multiple highlights – an insight into the wedding and party programme, a platform for introduce and explain your customs and culture to guests, a window for the bride and the groom to acknowledge their guests for sharing joy and happiness during their best day and finally, a wedding program will serve as a reminder to remember the sequence of the special day in your wedding album or scrapbook.
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  • What is your Ring Style?

    A wedding ring defines your marriage status. In certain cultures, the wedding ring is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand. Indians wear the wedding ring on the fourth finger of the right or left hand. Further, wearing the ring on the fourth finger symbolises eternal love for each other, commitment and a sign of long-lasting relationship. Since the wedding ring is to be worn for the rest of your lives, it should be durable. Indians prefer gold and diamonds for a wedding ring, though some use other durable metals too.
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  • Engagement Party - How big it should be

    Engagement - the time of announcing and introducing your to-be partner for life. A moment of joy and that will bring further happiness in your life and that of your family. But, not everyone holds an engagement party? Even before deciding on a party, discuss with prospective partner and respective families, if you should have one. If you decide on an engagement party, here are tips on how it should be.
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  • Is Stag or Hen Night Necessary?

    A Hen Night is a party planned for a bride-to-be whereas a Stag Night is the one held for a groom-to-be, shortly before their wedding is scheduled. Since it is the last free hours the groom and bride will have their respective friends before they enter wedlock, the bride and the groom are given the freedom to enjoy as much as possible.
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  • Getting in Shape for the Big Day

    The day to be in the perfect shape, as the opportunity to begin a new life comes only once. The same day, when you would want to show off and look the best. A perfect combination of exercise and healthy eating is the best answer. Getting in shape equally applies for both bride and groom.
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  • Budget - Where to Spend & Where to Save

    Budgeting is perhaps the toughest of all, in the wedding process. It is easy to spend more money, if you have a good bank balance but to save, is the toughest part. As per your choice, you can go lavish on location, food, wedding attire or invitations. However, saving on them requires good skill.
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