• Jai Mala Ceremony Explained

    A lot of time and effort goes into planning the perfect outfit for a dulhan, but that doesn't mean that bridesmaids, moms, and other wedding guests go unnoticed. Let's be honest, much of the fun of an Indian wedding is seeing who wears what, and passing Project Runway style commentary on all the different looks!
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  • Is There An Alternative To Ladoos With Wedding Cards?

    With wedding season in full bloom right now, my kitchen counter is quickly becoming a place to stockpile ladoos. While I enjoy a fresh ladoo like most people, my family can never make it through a box of 12 before they lose their allure. Also, we have a lot of weddings to attend this year, which means more ladoo then we can handle are coming our way.
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  • Arrive In Style On Your Big Day!

    Okay ladies, this is a post you’ll want to share with your soon to be Mr. or, you can read on and surprise him with a classic car rental for your big day. Just an idea…
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  • How To Choose An Engagement Ring

    Choosing an engagement ring can be stressful for both the bride and groom. It's one of the most important purchases you'll ever make; a symbol of your love, a sign of commitment, and the only piece of jewellery that gets inspected by every friend and family member! Not sure where to start? Here are some ideas...
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  • Unique Party Entertainment – Rahel Belly Dance

    Most Indian weddings have some form of live entertainment – whether it’s singing, dancing, or a special family performance, it’s come to be expected by guests that they will be entertained. At the same time, planning entertainment for your various wedding events can be stressful for brides and grooms. You want something that appeals to a range of guests (young and old), gets people into the party mood, and is fun to watch – why not include Middle Eastern Belly dancing in your event?
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  • Bridal Fitness Training With Daniela Sosa

    All brides want to look radiant and healthy on their wedding day (after all, you will have more photos taken of you on this day than any other in your life!) So what does that have to do with fitness, everything! Hiring a personal trainer isn’t just about losing weight, or fitting into your wedding outfit – it’s about feeling stress free and healthy. When you feel fit, it will show on your face.
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  • Trends In Indian Wedding Food

    If there is one thing Indians like to talk about more than what people wore at weddings, it’s the food! What was served, how much was served, and was it hot? Don’t disappoint your guests at the buffet table; try incorporating one of these trends into your wedding feast.
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  • Seasons Of Love Wedding Gala

    On November 3rd we had the pleasure of participating in the Seasons of Love Wedding Gala in Surrey, BC. We were thrilled to meet so many young couples in love and chat with you about your wedding planning questions and concerns. There was one common theme – there is so much to plan and manage, how can we get it all done!
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  • Stunning Looks On A Budget

    When it comes to Indian weddings two things will be remembered by every guest; the food and the bride. After months (maybe years) of planning, the moment of truth is when the entire ‘barat, and all the guests lay eyes on the ‘dulhan’. There are plenty of things you can do to look your best in that moment, sleep well, drink lots of water, exercise, but the most important; hire an amazing make-up artist.
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  • Centrepieces – Inspiration For Something Special

    In the past few years, decorations at Indian weddings have become true showstoppers. Every wedding we attend seems to outdo the last. Sadly one area is often neglected – the centrepieces. While the bride and groom sit in canopies that are draped with crystals, many times guests are left to stare at the classic standby; a floating candle.
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