Their spectacular wedding has taken over the blog this week – with photographs by Joseph Radhik lending stunning visuals to what was one of the best weddings of 2014. You’re still wondering – What was the Sangeet like? The Wedding? Shonan & Adesh had a dozen pre-wedding functions, and zooming out to give you a taste of the highlights of the rest seemed the right way to conclude their story. This is the last post in the series.
Shonan & Adesh’s wedding was not only spectacular, it was also unique – with their thoughtful families and friends coming together to help them celebrate the best day of their lives with a lot of love, fun & creativity! While I heard all the stories the bride and the people involved in organising the wedding were telling me, I started to notice how certain details stood out. Things I’ll never forget – whether it was the awe-struck feeling of seeing an image for the first time, or the realisation of how beauty shines through small acts made out of love. These are 10 of those precious moments, that made their wedding truly unforgettable. Learn a little, appreciate the rest, and be inspired.
A Touch of Her Grandmother’s Bridal Outfit to Her Wedding Lehenga
3 months of painstakingly planning the next 1 hour to perfection was about to come together.
The stage was set, and over 300 chairs had been placed before it for the guests to enjoy the spectacle. As promised, Nazneen and her team had run the vibrant Mehendi theme through the second-tier of the garden at Madhuli Apartments. Continue reading “Part 3: Brij Holi | Shonan & Adesh”
We roped in the extremely talented team at WDC to do a series of Ask The Wedding Planner posts with us. You ask all your wedding-related questions, and we get the experts to answer the top queries! Beginning…RIGHT NOW!
You’ve heard of long-distance relationships. Now sit up and get introduced to long-distance planning. Wedding planning, of course. Today’s guest post has been authored by my friend Aditi, or as she likes to call herself – thebongbride. Based out of Mumbai, she’s planning her Kolkatta wedding from a distance. A lot of us may get … Continue reading Guest Post – Long-Distance (Wedding) Planning
It’s almost been a month since I updated this blog! Had to travel for work, so you can imagine wedding prep came to a long pause.These are the updates: 1. VENUE Do parents tend to flip flop a LOT with wedding plans that have already been fixed in case they have too much time? My … Continue reading The Month of April
This is a place for me to talk about my daily life as a Bride To Be (BTB). Expect useful links, life lessons, and general bride banter. I’m getting married in October to my high school sweetheart!This is the status update at the moment: – date is fixed – wedding venue: we had decided on … Continue reading More About Me