Thinking of typical Indian weddings and especially the wedding food, we can happily picture ourselves biting in to hot samosas and pakoras until the mains are served- nothing too different from what you would do for a Sunday morning brunch at home with some Chai!
They say ‘Marriages are made in heaven’, but surely the underwriters are all on earth. Whether it’s a transition from local simple traditions to the modern grandeur or acceptance of marriage equality, or even new age community fusion weddings, marriages have undergone a huge evolution in the last few decades, and so have the ins and outs of the wedding ceremonies.
Weddings: Where you make amazing memories and moments that you will treasure for a lifetime. Whether it’s the saath phrase in Indian Weddings, or when you say ‘I do’, you need to live in each moment without worrying about other stresses on your big day.
The beautiful and intimate DIY wedding of Nicole and Jordan took place in the Thar Desert in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. With their closest family and friends around, the couple tied the knot in an intimate and heartfelt ceremony.
From a gorgeous outdoor wedding at The Grand American hotel, to a vidai in a hot air balloon, the marriage of Avni and Abhishek is known as the most expensive wedding in Utah history.
Neelm and Hafeez’s romantic wedding took place at the stunning Hilton Hotel in Orlando, Florida. A destination wedding with only their closest family and friends around, Neelm and Hafeez tied the knot in an intimate marriage ceremony followed by the traditional mehendi ceremony, sangeet and finally, the Nikah.