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Indian-born Sonal J. Shah migrated to The United States at the age of eight and grew up embracing the country’s entrepreneurial spirit. She now acts out her fondest childhood memories of grand traditional Indian weddings by creating them for the most affluent Indian expatriates through her New York-based company, Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants, LLC. Her firm has built a reputation for creating, coordinating and supervising traditional Indian, Pakistani, Middle Eastern and cross-cultural weddings in the county.
Candice Pereira is the co-founder and Creative Head for Marry Me - The Wedding Planners in Mumbai, India. Candice's international exposure, local knowledge, and young enthusiastic team has brought success to her wedding planning company. The company's design style, attention to detail, and personalized service ensures that couples will enjoy their special day and have their wedding vision executed. Every detail of the wedding from décor to legalities, from clothes to transport is managed with ease by Marry Me -The Wedding Planners.
From Indian wedding traditions to Indian wedding decor ideas, Indian.Weddings.com is your go-to source for finding the best Indian wedding resources and ideas. Top searches include: Indian wedding customs, interfaith Indian weddings, Indian wedding forum, and Indian wedding photos.
Tired of using the same the red, gold, maroon and orange color palette in for your Indian wedding décor? How about using prints and fabrics characteristic to the Indian cultures as part of your décor! There are many colorful and vivid Indian textiles which are recognized worldwide and can be used in...read more
by Candice Pereira
Welcoming guests whole heartedly, keeping them happy and showering them with gifts is a common sentiment in any Indian wedding, irrespective of class, caste or region. The gifts and favors for every function are carefully picked out and packaged stylishly. The mehndi is a colorful and lively function...read more
The baraat or wedding procession is the highlight of all Indian weddings. The baraat consists of different elements, which combine to give an extravagant feel to the wedding itself. The baraat usually consists of the groom’s friends and family members who accompany the groom to the wedding venue. The...read more
As wedding planners, we come across many grooms who do not know what role they can play in planning a wedding and prefer leaving all decisions to the bride. This is because of the misconception that a wedding involves a lot of planning, attention to detail and of course lots of pretty things – shades...read more
If you are one of those couples who prefer getting married away from the hectic pace and maddening crowd of today, here is a look at some offbeat destinations which will serve your purpose of a quite serene and beautiful wedding location.The Himalayas always seems to be associated with cold weather,...read more
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Every bride wants to find her perfect wedding gown, but for an Indian bride her choices are endless. Luckily we’ve got an exclusive interview with Anu Duggal, co-founder of Exclusively.In Weddings, a sample sale site that curates the latest and hottest fashions and accessories for Indian brides. Anu...read more
Indian bride Rakhi and her husband held their traditional Indian wedding in Bangalore, India, and we love their attention to detail! Guests received many goodies, including pink champagne in monogramed bottles, favors wrapped in modern red and silver trimmings, and an Indian bread called papard, which...read more
Vijay and Julie’s wedding is a perfect example of how interfaith couples can combine their beliefs on their big day. To honor Vijay’s heritage, the couple wed under a traditional Indian mandap and gave out magnets from India with elephants painted on them, along with a brief story about the significance...read more
Indian wedding customs have a long history, so they’ll add rich meaning -- and fun memories -- to your wedding. These are some popular cultural wedding traditions you may want to include in your celebration. Lucky Day In India, the couple doesn’t choose their wedding date. Instead, a knowledgeable...read more
by Justine Lorelle Blanchard
We love the way this Virginia couple blended eastern and western cultures for their April wedding. The groom arrived on horseback in traditional Indian attire, and the bride wore a red and gold sari. At the reception, the couple changed into a white dress and black tux for a night of dancing with their...read more
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