Everything you need to know about attending an Indian wedding.
Q: What should I wear to an Indian wedding ceremony?
A: Brighter is better. Don’t be afraid to wear a bold color—that will help you fit in with the Indian guests who’ll be dressed in vibrant colors and eye-catching jewelry. If you don’t have a traditional sari or lengha, don’t worry—a jewel-tone dress with a shawl is appropriate too.
Q: Is it true that Indian weddings last for several days? What will I be expected to attend?
A: A traditional Indian wedding lasts an average of three days. On the first night, a priest will often perform the ganesh pooja, a ceremony that usually happens at home with only the couple, the bridal party and close relatives in attendance.
The second day begins with a mehndi ceremony... Read More
Imagine the bride and groom walking off into the sunset after the wedding? Ummm nope. These days, everyone has a sweet ride, pimped up and ready to go after the bidaai. But those somewhat tacky floral decorations are now done to death. So here are a few ways to give your car a pretty touch, just a few ideas that will get you looking like a million bucks as you ride into the sunset.
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A class act, the dupatta was entirely made out of flowers, basically mallipoo or jasmine buds. A border was made with other flowers but this one had so much sass. It’s easy to ask your florist to make and it sure does make your pictures look amazing.
Colorful paper cones!
They took a traditional jhulla and turned it into one from a fantasy land! Yellow and purple flowers twine around the poles while a curtain of colourful paper cones hangs above! And doesn’t that look super cute?! The yellow and purple colour scheme is our favorite too.
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