Thank you from our bride!


Thanks for everything during the wedding weekend. I am so happy I met you and that your team were part of our big day. We could have not done it without you. Thanks for all of the hard work and cheers to a successful 2018! 


Jaya & Shovaen"


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The biggest wedding trends for 2018!

Here’s what you can expect to see more of when couples tie the knot in 2018.

Statement Earrings - Bold ear bling is still in style and more brides are wearing simpler gowns with glamazon power earrings.


Microweddings - It’s not a city hall quickie or a lavish wedding fit for a princess, but a microwedding is somewhere in between. This trend is a great way for brides to have a festive affair with their besties and parents while saving tons on the wedding budget.


Tiny tats - Forget gold bands, more couples are making their forever commitment with dainty, matching tattoos.


Dogwood blooms - Designers say these will be gracing more nuptials in 2018.



Pom-Pom Confetti-See ya, sparklers. Sayonara, confetti toss. 2018 will be all about colorful pom-poms used as aisle runners and tossed in the air for an extremely fun send-off.



Couture-inspired cakes - Think flowing fondant and cakes that look like fabric but taste way better.

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Puff sleeves - If the fall 2018 runways are any indication, we’ll see more brides wearing ethereal “puff” statement sleeves on their gowns.


Hybrid monikers - More couples are opting for last name mashups instead of one partner assuming the other’s last name. So when your friends Smith and Jones get married, they could become the Smones family.


Source: PureWow

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Forget Traditional Wedding Gowns!

We cannot believe Christmas is over and 2018 is around the corner. We are going to start this post with the word trends. We know is very easy to stay with traditional trends within the wedding industry. For example, like have a lots of reds and oranges around your mandap. The fact your wedding outfit "should" have red and white in it. However, we are seeing so many brides go outside the box and use trends that are popular in America. 

We are pretty sure you know what "Millennial Pink" means to you, but incase you don't here is how we would describe it: "By summer 2016. the color had mutated and expanded to include a range of shades from beige with just a touch of blush to a peach-salmon hybrid." This pink is very different and it's here to stay. 

"There's a modern range of hues in town and they're making their rounds on the wedding scene. Millennial pink is less of a single color and more of a color spectrum, starting somewhere near ballerina-blush and ending closer to coral. "- Martha Stewart Weddings

Now you are asking how can you incorporate this beautiful color in your wedding? Well, we've got a few ways!

Remember, Anushka Sharma's wedding outfit?! Well, she is the perfect reminder this color trend isn't going anywhere!

Not to mention, who said men can't wear pink?

Also, you can put a fun twist with your bridesmaids and have them wear the gorgeous shade! 

Also, you can put a fun twist with your bridesmaids and have them wear the gorgeous shade! 


Here are some other brides that have sported the look!





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Mayuri and Akshays wedding highlights!

Venue: Omni Mandalay Las Colinas

Planner: The One Event

Decor: Elegant Affair

DJ: Riz Entertainment

Hair and Makeup: Jtorry

Video: Epique Cinema

Photo: MnM Photography

Horse and Carriage: Happy Trails Carriages

Cake: Fancy Cakes by Lauren

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