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10 wedding photos you must have!

When you meet with your wedding photographer , it's important to take a list of photos you'd like to have with you. To help you with this, we've come up with 10 must have wedding pictures, ideal for any traditional Indian wedding ceremony. Your Bridal Look You will have spent a lot of time and effort making sure you look beautiful on your wedding day. Make sure your photographer documents it so you can remember how you looked on that special day. The Groom's Outfit Your groom might...
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Even more bridal jewelry to fall in love with!

Following on from last week's blog, I'm sharing even more beautiful Indian bridal jewelry and the traditional meaning behind it with you. Matha Patti The matha patti is a decorative chain which is goes around each side of the bride's head. It is always worn with the mang tikka. The matha patti originates from Southern India but is popular now across the whole of India, and there are plenty of current designs for the modern bride to choose from. Nose Rings Nose rings are a popular choice...
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Explore the meaning behind your traditional bridal jewellery...

Have you picked your bridal jewelry yet? We share the meanings behind popular items of Indian bridal jewelry ... Payal Payal are decorative bracelets traditionally worn around the bride's ankles - the noise they make as the bride walks is meant to announce her arrival at the home of the groom. Popular belief is that energy is not wasted as you walk around wearing these bracelets - instead it reverberates back into the body. Chudi The bracelets and bangles worn around an Indian bride's wrists...
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Have you decided on your wedding hairstyle?

Have you thought about how you're going to style your hair on your wedding day yet? There are plenty of styles to choose from, so I've decided to pick out three classic looks to inspire you. If you want even more wedding hair inspiration , make sure you browse our gallery full of pictures! Traditional Bun Wedding Hairstyle The classic bun is a popular wedding hairstyle choice, as it's practical and pretty. As it will be covered with a dupatta or a length of the bridal sari during the...
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Stunning ideas for your honeymoon

Once you announce your engagement, questions about your honeymoon will start to pour in. If you are struggling to find the perfect destination then take a look at some of our top picks for the perfect honeymoon… Malaysia A honeymoon in Malaysia will be filled with vibrant culture, palm fringed beaches and paradise islands. The rainy season falls between June and September, if it’s sunshine you are after then honeymoon here between February and June. France If you are planning on a honeymoon...
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A romantic styled shoot with a red colour scheme...

If you’re planning a wedding with a red colour scheme and lots of romantic details, take a look at this beautiful, fairytale inspired styled shoot! The shoot was styled by Megan Chytraus of Perfect Statement and photographed by Claire Marika Photograph y. Taking inspiration from the classic tale of Snow White and her Prince Charming, the wedding details are breathtakingly beautiful and include lots of gorgeous detail. The full list of vendors involved is included below. Are you planning a wedding...
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Making the most of your bridal henna

When you have your bridal mehndi applied, having a great mehndi artist is key to ensuring you have the designs and look that you want. However, there are a few things you can do before, during and after having your bridal mehndi applied that can help develop and maintain it even more. Before Before your henna is applied, your aim should be to provide a really good base for the henna to settle on. In the weeks running up to having your henna applied, start a good routine to look after the skin. Use...
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