Naturally you want to look and feel your best on your wedding day. Each week ShaadiShop in collaboration with Beauty by Rani brings you natural, easy-to-do, and inexpensive tips to include in your pre-wedding beauty routine. Things like natural face masks … Continue reading Pre-Indian Wedding Detox: Practical Tips for Every Bride and Groom
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 haircare regimen. And when we say months before, the earlier you … Continue reading Healthy, Silky Hair for Your Indian Wedding. The Secret? Amla Oil
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
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
When I work with couples to help them find their wedding venue, a very common question I get asked about is how all the “food stuff works” since the majority of Indian, Pakistani and Sri Lankan weddings include outside catering, … Continue reading How to Work With Your Caterer for an Indian Wedding: Tips, Ideas, and Mistakes to Avoid.
So some people might call this post blasphemous, for breaking Indian wedding, or rather Hindu and Jain wedding tradition, but we want to talk about the benefits and beauty of open mandaps. Once again ShaadiShop has teamed up with Geeta … Continue reading Open Mandaps at Indian Weddings: Breaking Tradition Beautifully!
Budgets for Indian weddings vary from $40k to $400k+. Regardless of how much you plan to spend, there are several decisions to make for your wedding: food: how to serve meals vendors: selecting them number of guests: invite everyone to … Continue reading Reception Decor Decisions at Indian Weddings
In my work helping couples find their wedding venue, for Hindu and Jain ceremonies, the ceremony flame pretty much always comes up. Some venues allow the indoor ceremony flame, others don’t, and some allow it with some restrictions and fees. … Continue reading What to Ask Your Maharaj (Wedding Officiant) for an Indoor Ceremony Flame at an Indian Wedding Venue
Because most Indian weddings have between 15%-25% of the guests who will not drink alcohol, venues have created a consumption bar option. A consumption bar means you pay for each drink consumed vs. paying a per person fee for unlimited … Continue reading How Bar Packages Work at an Indian Wedding Venue: A Detailed Guide