Don’t forget to take part in the hourly contests and stay tuned for the big fat giveaway right before the grand finale. You can stand to win some super chic merchandise from our guests.
You see that wedding bloggers session? I’ll be going LIVE in front of the (web)cam for the very first time, with the super awesome fellow blogger Mehak of Peachesandblush.com! Aaaahhh! It’s so exciting yet nerve-wracking all at the same time! Cannot wait to hear what’s going on in the minds of 2013 & 2014 brides. Do tune in and ask us all your wedding questions. Of course, I needn’t tell you that you should definitely be tuned in to watch the entire Virtual Wedding Show to hear from heavyweights of the great Indian wedding industry. I know I’ll be watching their sessions to get as many tips as possible!
Here’s an updated schedule for you –
The show starts 6.30 am IST and for our NRI brides, it’s 5.00 pm PST. They’ve kept the timings like this so that brides from all over the world can attend it. Don’t forget to
Which sessions will you be watching?
PS. You KNOW I’ll be getting you behind the scenes live coverage of the whole thing, so make sure you follow TDB on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram!
PPS. What should I wear?! Any ideas?!
6 thoughts on “Full Scoop on the Virtual Wedding Show (Contests, Celebrities – all included!)”
I have heard dat one needs to be decked up in indian attire..how bou u wearing a nice ethnic suit? U will look cuteee..
considering it! but it’s getting cold here, and I’m not really sure how well even a silk or brocade suit would keep me warm in this weather! What to do?!
In such case attire made of velvet can help you in such cold season. Silk and other materials like chiffon and Georgette does not help you to protect in winter.
not even getting the link!! please help
If you have to wear traditional….. then go for something in velvet fabric…. as its getting cold in delhi then you should go for fabric that keeps you warm or you can pair up your traditional outfit with pashmina stall or you can go for western outfit with cute blazer or crop jacket. But please wear something that keep you warm as I am also from delhi I know this time winter in delhi is at its peak point….. at least for me because I starts shivering due to delhi’s winter….. lol…..
i am in Canada right now in -30 degree C weather with heaps of snow outside my house! My own personal little iceberg! but still I find Delhi cold! lol