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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.
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by Sonal J. Shah
As you all know weddings are all in the details. Sometimes the smallest details can make the biggest impact on your guests. A place that is often overlooked at weddings is the bathroom. Whether it be simple decor, a scented candle or some personalized hand towels, adding a little splash to...read more
It is a question that every couple inevitably and invariable struggles with when writing their guest list: How to determine which guests get a “plus one” and which ones do not. In many cases, guest counts can be budget-sensitive, and can also create problems when trying to keep events an intimate affair....read more
Last weeks wedding in Dubai was one for the books. One of our favorite parts of the entire weekend was all the amazing food! There was everything from Indian, pasta, sushi and even Chinese! We loved the menus so much we wanted to share them with you. Make sure to use these as inspiration when creating...read more
Statement jewelry is back in fashion and we couldn’t be happier! Nowadays, many of our brides opt for large, opulent and eye-catching pieces that really stand out. Large baubles, stacked bangles or crystal tikkas are becoming more and more popular and really add that missing bit of sparkle to any outfit....read more
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Check out these fashionable Indian wedding options for the bride, groom, and wedding party.
Indian wedding fashion is unlike any other -- you can get creative with colors, textures, and fabrics and play with styles and cuts from the traditional to the contemporary. It’s a good idea to investigate the...read more
by Justine Lorelle Blanchard
Kayte and Dhyanesh’s bi-cultural wedding preparation started several days before the ceremony with the traditional application of mendhi, or henna to the bride’s hands and feet. After a colorful 2-hour ceremony, the bride celebrated her Spanish heritage at the reception with a performance by local flamenco...read more
Minneapolis couple Neelu and Rama threw a wedding with lots of traditional details. For one, they participated in Talambaralu, a tradition native to the Andhra Pradesh region of India where the couple showers each other with a mixture of tumeric-stained rice, rose petals, pearl, and confetti, and presented...read more
We couldn't stop watching this Indian wedding dance video!
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If you’ve been invited to your first Indian wedding, you’re probably curious about what’s going to happen. We enlisted the help of Indian wedding planner Suniti Patel, of Lamhe Bridal Consultants in New Jersey, to get answers to some commonly asked questions about Indian weddings.
Q: What should I...read more
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