Category: Inspiration

This category is for posts for informational purpose only for topics related to weddings .

Delightful Ways To Incorporate Pets In Your Wedding

Don’t we all love our furry little friends? These adorable beings have been part and parcel of your life and are as vital to you as friends and family. So don’t you want them to be a part of your big day? The idea is not quite as far fetched as you think. A lot of couples have included their pets at their weddings to the oohs and aahs of the onlookers. Here, we have for you some cute and fun ways in which your pets can take part in your wedding.

A Guide To Cocktail Party

In recent times cocktail parties have become a huge hit. This is because couples like to follow recent trends. And cocktail parties are one of the most viral trends. Cocktail party refers to throwing a fun-filled party with lots of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Along with that, it includes dancing on the discotheque and celebrating the new journey of life.

Bridal Wear Inspiration From Deepika Padukone

Since 2007, our heroine, Deepika Padukone has just kept up with her fashion and jewelry choices. With every appearance, she makes she is known to create trends, whether it is on-screen or off. In movies like Bajirao Mastani, Padmavati, Ram Leela, Chennai Express and so on we also can’t get enough of her conventional avatars. She lets her outfit speak while minimizing her jewelry. We gathered 6 of our favorites after a lot of work and the incredibly challenging job of filtering down to her perfect bridal inspirational looks. Scroll through the list, and pick your favorite. 

Offbeat Bridal Lehengas That Will Make You Ditch Red

Every bride and groom and the family who is progressive enough to understand new styles are ready to adopt them. They want to be unique from everybody else. Also, with the constant ideas of decorations and outfits online, new color inspirations are an in-thing. Brides are moving forward to ditch the common red bridal lehenga and experiment with colors along with designs.

The Trend Of Organza

Organza fabric is so in trend these days. The trend even surprised fashion divas abroad, and it has also been well integrated into Indian wear. And now it has become really big! Organza is something that we strongly suggest you get in your wardrobe, whether you are a wife, bridesmaid, or a mother. After all, it’s a lightweight, gentle, simple and beautiful fabric that has its own beauty. It’s accessible today in different prints and is a sure worth adding to your wardrobe. So if you’re one to hate bulky clothes, it’s for you!

Want a Designer Replica Lehenga? 9 Points You Need To Keep In Mind

Getting married to the love of your life at your dream venue with all your loved ones, it just can’t get better. With the mesmerizing decor and mouth-watering food, the stunning lighting brightening the whole area, it is time to enter the new phase of life. A phase that is beautiful yet has its own … read more

All That A Haldi Ceremony Entails

The Haldi ceremony marks the start of the pre-wedding festivities and is an essential and auspicious ritual held at both the bride and groom’s place. Here, a paste prepared with turmeric (haldi), sandalwood and gram flour is applied on to the bride and groom.

Creative Ideas For Wedding Entertainment

Indian weddings are fun because of vivid rituals and traditions. Along with that, it becomes fun because of the guests that attend your wedding. It is your responsibility to entertain your guests. Because they are taking out time to bless the new couple. Therefore, here are a few ways in which you can keep your guests entertained during the wedding ceremony.

Unique Mangalsutra Designs Every Bride Must Take Inspiration From!

Besides, its traditional significance, Mangalsutra for new-age brides is also like a statement piece of jewelry. Take a look at these unique mangalsutra designs-every bride must take inspiration. 

7 Trending and Stylish Ways to Drape Dupatta on your Wedding

The beauty of a traditional Indian garment lies in its flexibility. If it’s a saree or your most precious lehenga, you can drape them up to make your personal fashion statement in so many different styles. Brides have been wearing their dupatta in a similar way for quite a long time.

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