Prints like Aztec, chevron, ikat and many more have been bang on trend. They can be used for so many purposes like clothing, home décor, or even Indian wedding décor.
It’s time to show off your pretty nails and draw some attention! Nothing can be more appealing than having perfectly manicured nails with artistic designs; especially for the bride. Gone are the days of applying just a nail colour. Go crazy, and add some elements of fun and panache to the common boring nail colour.
Here are some ideas and thoughts your can draw inspiration from, for every event at your wedding; be it your bridal shower, mehendi, sangeet or wedding.
A big attraction to Singapore and where most tourists spend their time is the bustling Orchard Road. There are also tons of hotels in and around this area to choose from. But what if you want to stay close enough to the bustle, yet in a peaceful surrounding? Well, that’s where the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore comes in! This hotel is set on 15 acres of lush greenery and is just a short walk to the famous Orchard Road, full of shopping, restaurants and entertainment. And if you don’t feel like walking, the hotel even has a complimentary pickup and dropoff included to key shopping areas.
In our earlier post we shared with you our stay at at the Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore and how much we fell in love with this hotel, the amazing view from most rooms and the fabulous club lounge!
Besides our lovely stay at this hotel, we were even luckier to be in Singapore, just in time to attend Varnamaya – the Indian Wedding Showcase – at the Ritz Carlton Millenia. The Ritz Carlton in Singapore has long been one of the preferred hotels for Indian weddings. And this wedding exhibition, showcased exactly why that is!
Varnamaya showcased everything Indian wedding related. The décor was specifically for Indian weddings right from backdrops, props and even a mandap in the pre function area to a few mock table setups in the ballroom. This was great because it showcased not just how the ballroom and other areas at the hotel could be decorated and utilized but also it really showed the creativity of the Indian wedding decorators associated with the hotel!
We recently travelled back to Singapore and Malaysia for a few days to work on an upcoming wedding. Our first two days in Singapore, prior to Malaysia, were spent at the beautiful Ritz Carlton. Now, I have to say – having previously stayed around Orchard Road on almost every visit to Singapore, I wasn’t really sure what to expect here. And, we were definitely in for a surprise!
Attention to detail is what makes a wedding truly unique and memorable. Small things can make a big difference to your special day. This does not mean going overboard with your wedding budget; it’s just thinking out of the box and doing something fun and interesting. Here are some ideas on welcoming newlyweds just after they tie the knot!
Very often than not we have heard that less is more and we believe it is true with the new age bride. Today’s brides don’t want to cover themselves with traditional gold jewellery from head to toe; moreover, we have realized that gold is not the preferred metal when it comes to the contemporary bride. Here is fresh twist to the traditional gold jewellery which you will absolutely love!
If an artist were to paint an Indian wedding scene, the color palette would undoubtedly have bright colors like fuchsia pink, orange, lime green, yellow or deep, rich colors like purple, maroon, emerald green or of course, the traditional red and gold. These are colors which are usually associated with Indian weddings and hence have been used in every possible combination in order to achieve a ‘’different” feel. Here are some very unconventional colors for Indian weddings, which would be a refreshing change for you as well as your guests.
I get many brides who want to get started on their pre wedding skin care treatments before the big day! A lot of brides are extremely confused – there is so much out there to choose from and you want to have the best skin ever! Well, first and most important; start taking care of yourself at home – both inside and outside –. Drink lots of water, eat a balanced, healthy diet and of course either walk, join a gym or maybe even start yoga classes. On the outside, don’t experiment with too many different products! Find a set of products that works for you and stick with it – at least for a while. Most important, don’t change and experiment with new products right before your big day! You don’t want any unnecessary breakouts!
Wear your dupatta in style….get over the boring ways of draping the dupatta and draw inspiration from these unique chic options. There is so much you can do with your dupatta, but very few brides are innovative when it comes to draping.
Starting with the simple one sided dupatta; this is just placing the dupatta over one shoulder. This can be done is two ways; one by pleating it and pinning it over the shoulder or by just pinning the centre of the dupatta on one side and letting it flow over your arm.