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These newlyweds wanted to take their love to new heights ― literally. California couple James Sissom, 35, and Ashley Schmieder, 32, tied the knot at the end of March in the most unlikely of places. Th...
So, despite all the 'friendly advice' and dire warnings, you've decided to tackle the momentous task of wedding planning all by yourselves. But before you start taking cookery and flower arrangement lessons, stop and acknowledge that some work is best delegated to the professionals. That out of the way, let's take a look at our wedding planning checklist.
I decided very early on that I did not want to be a "Bridezilla", the kind of person who weeps into her rajma-chawal if the table cloths are ivory instead of snow white. I haven't asked my parents their opinion, but I think I held it together as best I could. So let me just jump straight to the point of this post. This is a bit of advice for the to-be brides who are going to find themselves in the same boat that I just got off.
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Weddings are fun, memorable and once-in-a lifetime events (hopefully) that everyone looks forward to. But weddings, especially in India, can get quite hectic, be it planning the theme or managing the guests or looking for the best bands to perform. Here are 10 websites that will make your life easier if you're planning a wedding in India.
If you are planning to do an Indian wedding in style, your pockets better be deep, heavy and always reachable. With the prices of gold and even flower arrangements increasing each year, it goes without saying that your bank balance will have to endure a sound beating. Yet, there are some expenses on certain things that, to me, seem completely unnecessary, frivolous and wasteful.
All meticulous planners will agree that planning a wedding is often more fun than the main event itself. The satisfaction of seeing your creativity -- elaborate invites, bright outfits, vivid decor an...