On 6th Feb 2017, Udaipur saw 500 guests witnessing a dazzling couple, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini, tying the knot over a week’s long grand wedding celebration.
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Love bands or rings form an important part of the wedding process. They are often used as an identity to represent the life-long bond between couples. The following tips should help ease down your process of selecting this eternal piece of jewelry.
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Starting research earlier would help in considering a variety of choices, as well as give time for customizations (if required). Ideally, start at least 2 months before the actual day, to have enough time for reviewing the designs and metals that best suit the occasion as well as reflect the couple’s essence.
The Wedding Script proudly presents a sweet performance by the bride at the #NRIwedding.
Watch how she dances her heart out for her groom-to-be and makes everyone go ‘Awww!’
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A wedding isn’t just about the marriage of two people who have sworn to love each other until the day they die, it’s also about having that perfect dress, suit and event decoration. One of the most important decorations that a wedding should have are flower arrangements.
There are a lot of factors to consider when deciding how to decorate your wedding. Flower arrangements are the one factor that may make or break the look of your event and its color combination is something that must be chosen carefully. Read on to know more about the reasons why color combinations matter.
Many people are aware of the traditional American ring exchange, but what about ceremonies from other countries around the world? Whether you’re just curious or want to go beyond a traditional ceremony, read on to explore 7 fascinating and different traditions. Love may be universal, but these ceremonies certainly aren’t!
Release the Doves: Philippines
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At traditional Filipino weddings, both the bride and groom release two doves into the air. Not only is this adorable, but it represents a long, peaceful and harmonious life together too.
A major part of the wedding planning revolves around the venue, and hence selecting it requires a lot of thought and effort. Here are some tips to help you narrow down the most apt location for your Big Day!
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A guest list should be prepared that will give a relatively fair idea of the capacity required at the venue. Further, keep some additional provision in case of other activities such as dances, photo-booths, presentations, food set up, etc.
Mihir Desai, owner of the popular The Bar Stock Exchange in Mumbai, India, got married to his fiancé Disha Mehta on June 29th. The wedding, which took place at Taj Lands End, Bandra, began with the Mehndi on the 27th, the Sangeet on the 28th, and finally concluded with the Wedding and Reception on the 29th.
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You plan and prepare for months to make sure that everything goes perfectly on your Big Day. You put a lot of effort, time and money in deciding the perfect style and picking the best décor items for your wedding ceremony. Naturally, you feel sad when it’s over and it’s time to wrap up things. You have lots of items to sort through and decide whether you want to keep them or sell.
Why clutter your storage with cartons of candles, lights and vases when you can creatively reuse them around your home? You will cherish these things in your home as they will remind you of your Big Day and, of course, save you some money! Here are 10 stylish ways to incorporate used wedding decor in your home.
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Don’t rent the rug where you are going to exchange your wedding vows! Buy an area rug for this purpose so that later on, you can easily fit it in any room in your home. Besides warming up and completing the look of the room, it will always remind you of your special day. Read More
Ajayjit Singh runs a family business and Tamanna Wahi is a Radio Presenter with Radio Mirchi UAE & award winning UAE based blogger.
“Mein tera boyfriend, tu meri girlfriend, oh meinu keindi, na-na-na-naa”
The song was blaring in the background as we first locked our gaze upon each other and felt the electricity in the air. “Was this the same boy who I have considered my family friend since 20 years?” I caught myself thinking as he caught my hand and twirled me away from our friends on his 28th birthday.
And just like that, a dramatic series of events began to unfold as we told both our mothers (who are in fact best friends since 20 years) and witnessed the transformation of their initial panic and resistance into the full acceptance and delight of both families.
Our Roka (engagement) ceremony was initiated with a humble request for blessings of the almighty at the Guru Nanak Darbar in Jebel Ali, Dubai and climaxed in typical Punjabi fashion with celebrations continuing over the next two days!
With the Roka ceremony completed, both families made their way to the Roda Murooj Hotel opposite Dubai Mall to kick off a suave cocktail party and welcome the couple amongst all their close friends and family. The night was hosted by the entire Radio Mirchi UAE team and DJ Gautam (Resident DJ for AKS nights) kept the dance floor burning into the wee hours of the night. Chef Pradeep Khullar from Jodhpur restaurant, took meticulous care to ensure every guest enjoyed his award winning selection of exotic food and beverages. The cake featured a mini version of the couple as they looked on the day, thanks to Sugaholic Dubai.
Who can ever be satisfied with just one cocktail party? The next day, we invited the extended groups of dear friends and family who couldn’t be with us in Dubai to join us for dinner and drinks at the Singh’s residence in Abu Dhabi.
We’ve now got a big fat wedding to plan, which is scheduled for early next year, and my closest friends from school are flying me out to Prague and Budapest for my bachelorette. You can follow the rest of our journey and catch these precious moments on our wedding hashtag #AjKiTamanna. Cheers!
Photography & Videography – Edge Marketing Services
Event Décor (Jodhpur Restaurant) – Edge Marketing Services
Outfits – Tamanna’s Pink Outfit at Gurudwara – Sanskriti (Mina Bazaar) | Tamanna’s Silver Gown at Jodhpur – Gaurav Gupta (The Rack By Kachins) | Tamanna’s Navy Blue Gown at Singh Residence – Masala Chai Dubai | Ajayjit’s Jacket at Singh Residence – Vavci
Mehndi functions are one of the most sought after functions by the guests at desi weddings. Colors, music, dhols (drums), dance and Mehndi are some of the elements that define this elaborate pre-wedding event. To enhance this experience for the guests, hosts of the function usually arrange themed favors/gifts. Continuing from our previous post, we present you some ideas on gifting for your Mehndi!
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Bangles are one of the most popular gifting items at Mehndi functions these days. Available in different colors, styles and metals, bangles can bring a smile on any girl/woman’s face. It is important however, to choose the bangle sizes appropriately, so as to ensure that most guests are able to wear them.