Floral jewellery has been around for a couple of years. It has been many a brides’ go-to-accessory for the Mehendi ceremony, and I’ve been wondering lately what sparked the trend. Did brides want something unique to adorn themselves with, or was it a matter of finding a lower budget accessory?
Either way, it’s a trend that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, and considering how popular it is, it’s surprising how little is known about where to find it and whom to get it made from. Continue reading “Where to Buy Floral Jewellery in Delhi”
This is post #4 in the series. Read the series from the beginning starting here.
20th December, 2014.
The day Shonan and her family had been excitedly anticipating was finally here. And needless to say, it was beyond extra-ordinary.
The bride’s family wanted to run a theme across all three levels of the garden at Madhuli Apartments – traditional Mehendi décor with splashes of vibrant colours, and a dash of quirky – and that is exactly what the decorators gave them.
Embroidered umbrellas, flower rangolis that cascaded down all 3-levels at the staircase, dabbas as centrepieces and candles that were lit once the sun started to set – Nazneen and Taskeen of the decor team had outdone themselves and the bride could hardly believe how picturesque it all looked.
Continue reading “Part 2: Mehendi | Shonan & Adesh”
This is the 3rd post in the series about Shonan & Adesh’s wedding. Read it from the beginning here – first post, second post.
Shonan + Adesh, Mumbai
Time spent planning this Brij Holi: 3 months
Number of hours of sleep during the wedding season before this shoot: 30 in 6 days
Flight + cab time from Hyd venue to Bom venue: 6 hours including traffic
Amount of time when the sky turned this amazing deep purple blue: 10 minutes
Shutter speed: 1/320th of a second
The look on the bride’s family’s faces after seeing this shot: Priceless!
Joseph Radhik uploaded this picture on his Facebook page on 20th December, 2014. Joe runs Stories by Joseph Radhik – a wedding photography and videography company that in my opinion is one of the best in the country. His caption was intriguing. What really did go on in the months leading up to this moment, this photograph?
This is that story.
Continue reading “Part 1: The Story Behind This Photograph | Shonan & Adesh”
I first saw pictures of Sahiba & Jitin’s wedding on Photo Tantra’s Facebook page, and couldn’t help but fall in love with the bride! From her natural looking makeup, to classy jewellery and beautiful wedding outfit – she makes for a perfect inspiration for brides to be. I wanted to feature her on my blog and so I got in touch with Photo Tantra and eventually, the bride herself! Sahiba was really sweet and shared plenty of details about her wedding to help out fellow brides. Have a look!
First up – a breakdown of Sahiba’s wedding outfits! Continue reading “Wedding Wardrobe: Sahiba”
The haldi was washed off, but the yellow hues remained. Night fell, the lights came on, and the smell of mehendi wafted through the decorated doors. Presenting to you, the mehendi ceremony! I was panic-striken after I saw my parents faces after the haldi ceremony. They had washed their faces, but you could still see … Continue reading thedelhibells: Mehendi