A marriage is like a dream for all girls and therefore it’s most likely that they prefer collecting souvenirs of the weddings they attend as they wish to have their own wedding ceremonies someday based on their dreams.
Wedding, as most would say, is one of the most important milestones. We all, at some point, have experienced what goes into hosting a wedding, from selecting a vendor that matches our vision, personality, and budget to pick out the perfect dress for the bride.
Each wedding has its own theme and yours needs to stand out in the crowd. Whether you lean towards the traditional wedding decor or the modern decoration, be it lights, flowers, tulle, curtains, mandap, tents, it is important that they are not cliche or overused/disposed ideas.
Indian weddings are known for their grand celebrations, surreal charm and all the glitz and glamour painted all over.
Marriage is a holy institution, and as is the case with all holy institutions, it is plagued with some very unholy components.
Speak of Indian Wedding customs and what immediately comes to our mind is the exaggerated display of pomp and grandeur; of mouth-watering delicacies and magnificent apparel, of royal venues and lovely guests.
It’s not entirely a farcical argument that the onus of planning a wedding has more to do with the bride-to-be than her counterpart.
With some Indian Wedding Themes following the western traditions read this blog by Andrea Fowler from “theknot.com” (a wedding planning website in U.S.A) on how to style a romantic wedding themes by giving some black white wedding theme style tips.
Ishita was completely lost in the mists of uncertainty; she wanted him, and with every passing moment, she was getting more restless she wanted to see him, say sorry to him, and hug him tight but in no condition, she was going to lose him, she was sure of it at the time.
It means a union of two families as two souls tie knots! And so, often the joota chupai ritual are intended to bring the two families together in a bond of fun and understanding!