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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.
Everyone loves a wedding with emotional vows, gorgeous decor and a beautiful bride, but what they really come for is the food. Whether you are hosting a sit down, family style or buffet dinner, the design of your menu should match your unique wedding style. With so many options from individual cards...read more
by Sonal J. Shah
Over the top wedding cakes are having a moment right now, but nothing says "we got married" quite like a video cake. You get the best of both worlds, keep your guests entertained and fed all in one!Projection mapping technology creates amazing optical illusions onto a clean, white wedding cake. The...read more
Using candelabras in your reception decor can add a touch of elegance and renaissance. Flowers and crystals can elevate to an opulent look or simple and bare for a classic feel. Available in black, white, silver, gold, and clear the looks can be endless....read more
For an Indian Wedding, a great baraat will set the tone for what is to come during the day ahead. Getting the party started with a lively groom's procession is key for a memorable event. When it comes to entertainment for the baraat there are many options, dhol players, sound van, or stationary...read more
During one of our decor meetings, a bride asked us for suggestions on flowers which are super fragrant. Not only are flowers beautiful to look at, but they can fill your wedding with a sweet, perfumey scent. Here are some of our favorites:Lilies, especially StargazersPeoniesLilacsGarden RosesLavenda...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.
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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