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Shagun: Wedding Return Gift Ideas

Shagun is a very prestigious wedding favor given to the guests when they come to attend your wedding. It is considered as a token of gratitude and appreciation for being present at the wedding with their love and blessings to shower. It is also common for all guests to gift the bride and groom with either money or some interesting gifts. So consider it as a return gift but Shagun is a vital element of the ceremony. While these little gifts can be included in an elaborate wedding invite basket,…

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COCKTAIL PARTY: Indian flavored drinks

The most anticipated day at some of the weddings ought to the cocktail and dance night. It is supposed to one of the most amazing, unforgettable night the couple has together as bachelor and bachelorette. Celebrating this night by having some drinks with your friends and close ones makes it so much more special than any other night. Everyone is allowed to let go of their wedding stress and just drink and dance the night away during the cocktail party. Now, for supposedly the ''most looked forward to'' night you can have the mainsteam…

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Seven Auspicious Parikramas of Wedding

  Although we, Indians, are abundant in customs and rituals but seems incognizant about the theories behind them. With the passage of time, not even our dressing but our culture has been overhauled a lot. In this fast paced life, most of the people become negligent towards a decisive and essential event of their life “Wedding”. To grab those people attention and make their involution in the exquisite moment of their life, we have focused on the Seven Auspicious Parikramas of Wedding. Here, we have tried to unveil each and every phase…

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 It means unison of two families as two souls tie knots! And so, often the ritual are intended to bring the two families together in a bond of fun and understanding! And it is herein where the concept of “JOOTA CHUPAI” comes in! To me, it is perhaps the most happening part of the entire wedding because it involves such excitement and adventure! This fun practice involves the bride’s sister and the rest of the close biological relatives in shrouding the groom’s shoes while the groom’s part of the family tries…

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