The scenic destination wedding of Shreeya and Minesh, captured so gracefully by Kam Vaghela.
I am extremely excited to write about the very first Asian wedding reception which was held at Kensington Palace Pavilion. Rupeen Popat and Rupa Ganatra tied the knot last year in India and continued their extravagant celebrations at Historic Royal Palaces, integrating their hometown of London. Bride and Groom Rupa and Rupeen pulled out all…
Sometimes all bride and grooms want is a small wedding with their immediate friends and family. Here are a few tips to help you make that decision and make your planning smoother for a smaller wedding.
Chairs The type of chairs you utilise for your wedding day or reception impacts the setting for your guests. Chair covers can look absolutely great and can fill up the venue if you feel that there are empty spaces. However, if the venue is quite tight then this might also fill up your room making…
This week I bring you something completely unique within the Asian wedding industry. Where luxury meets royalty – Jaisalmer Gin.
Last year I had the most fun attending a family wedding in Ontario, Canada.
Keeping your guests entertained at your wedding reception is becoming incredibly popular. Having Bollywood dances by family and friends are absolutely perfect for this, However if you fancy putting on something incredible for your guests then check out some of these ideas!
A wedding which we only see in true fairytales came to life last year with a beautiful bride and groom tying their knot in Disneyland, Florida.
A blog that’s quite different to one of my usual hints and tips. Today I’m discussing a very crucial topic within the current Asian wedding industry, which probably impacts every Asian family across the globe.
Hand jewellery are becoming incredibly popular for brides, whether it would be for their wedding day or pre-wedding events.