I’ve read several blog posts and articles in fashion magazines that talk about repurposing a bride’s wedding lehenga(s) into another outfit or pillowcases or picture frames etc. It’s one of those things you hear about but never meet … Continue reading Is It Realistic to Repurpose Your Wedding Lehenga(s)?
In this article I’m going to share a story about how an Indian couple brought the Catering Sales Manager at their wedding venue to joyful tears after their wedding. And I’m going to share how you can use this example … Continue reading Want The Venue Staff To Go Out Of Their Way At Your Indian Wedding? Here’s How.
Most Indian weddings opt for a consumption bar because venue bar packages are all-or-nothing. Meaning you pay the package price for every.single.adult regardless of whether they are going to consume alcohol or not. That’s a lot of wasted money that could … Continue reading Consumption Bar or Bar Package at Indian Wedding Venues? Your Friends Do NOT Make Up for All the People That Aren’t Going To Drink: A Walk-Through the Numbers.
As a company focused on helping couples find their venue, lighting design is part of that decision. Our team at ShaadiShop wanted to get more insight into Indian wedding reception ballroom lighting. So we partnered with Naveen Sharma, the … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Lighting Costs For Indian Weddings
Not every Indian or South Asian wedding has 350+ guests and an open bar. As we know, South Asian culture is highly religious and some weddings are dry and have less than 300 guests. This article is for the couples … Continue reading Having a 250-person dry, Indian Wedding and Having a Hard Time Meeting the Venue’s F&B Minimum? Things You Can Do.
One of the most commonly debated aspects couples have while planning their Indian wedding is whether or not to serve lunch after the wedding ceremony. It’s a really nice thing to do. Plus it’s fun as offers more time to … Continue reading Don’t Want to Serve Lunch At Your Indian Wedding, But Also Don’t Want Guests To Be Hungry Through Your Wedding Ceremony? Here’s an Idea or Two.
There are literally hundreds of venues and many types of venues to select from when it comes to where to host an Indian wedding: hotels, resorts, banquet halls, convention centers, golf clubs, and wineries. They all have different business models … Continue reading Venue Type & Timing Influence Indian Wedding Venue Pricing
Wedding cakes are gorgeous, delicious and…can be expensive. Consider getting a smaller beautiful cake from a bakery and order a few sheet cakes from Costco or elsewhere to serve to guests. Their cakes are delicious and by the time it's … Continue reading The Money-Saving Wedding Cake Hack Every South Asian Couple Should Know
On Thanksgiving weekend I attended a Persian-Jewish wedding at a 4-star resort. Like South Asian weddings, Persian-Jewish weddings also have hundreds of guests and outside catering. They served Persian cuisine at dinner but there were no cards positioned next to … Continue reading Venue-Caterer Mismatch