You’ve probably heard many Bollywood love songs romanticize solah shringar. The direct, yet still subtle reference to a girl becoming a dulhan (bride) and the 16 (solah) features that distinguish an Indian bride. Do you know what those 16 items … Continue reading Indian Bride’s Solah Shringar
Indian weddings are large, elaborate events that take place over multiple days. Actually the celebrations really start the weekend before the actual wedding with activity and buzz throughout the hosts’ homes. Guests – relatives – from afar start arriving early … Continue reading Thinking About Getting Into The Indian Wedding Market? Essentials That Venues Must Accommodate To Host Indian Weddings.
Everyone knows that there’s a lot of negotiation when it comes to buying things for an Indian wedding. From the venue to the decor, every couple is trying to maximize value for every dollar spent. And no wonder. With the … Continue reading 3 Venue Negotiation Tactics for Indian Weddings
Last year Hasan Minhaj’s Netflix special Homecoming King, took the South Asian community by storm. Finally someone articulated the South-Asian American experience in mainstream media. Minhaj charismatically, hilariously, and brilliantly shares what it’s like growing up as a South Asian … Continue reading Why Every Catering Manager Who Sells South Asian Weddings Should Watch Hasan Minhaj’s Netflix Special: Homecoming King
When you’re thinking about who your competition is for Indian weddings it might be surprising to some Venue Catering Sales Teams that your competition is more than just your immediate neighbors and the venues closest to you that are in … Continue reading Catering Executives, Do You Know Who Your Competition Is For Indian Weddings?
Are you getting married soon? You’ll remember your wedding day forever! One of the most fun aspects of planning an Indian wedding is all of the Indian wedding clothing and jewelry. And ShaadiShop has teamed up with another South Asian-focused, … Continue reading The Latest Bridal Fashion Trends for an Indian Wedding: Kyra & Vir
Hotel Maya built their Pavilion which can seat 400 guests and just like that we have a waterfront property, perfect for South Asian weddings, in Long Beach. Grooms and their entourage can arrive by boat for the baraat! How cool … Continue reading Waterfront Baraat; Hotel Maya
When I help couples and their families find a venue for their Indian wedding, one thing they always ask about is how to serve breakfast to the guests that are staying overnight. Indian weddings are known for their warm hospitality. … Continue reading Cracking Down on Costco at Indian Wedding Venues
Amongst all the moving parts of planning an Indian wedding, one thing we encourage brides to pay even more attention to in the months before their wedding is their skincare regimen. And when we say months before, the earlier you … Continue reading Why Every Indian Bride Should Try Yogurt Masks