7 natural alternatives to wedding confetti

We always love the idea of sending off the bride and groom with throwing rice or confetti.

While grains of rice or wheat made way for paper confetti, many couples are now looking for more eco-friendly options that don’t necessarily involve so much mess. We have seen many people use sparklers, ribbon wands, bubbles, but they are still artificially made. We have found some ideas that won’t leave you a mess and is bio-degradable.


  1. Lavender

  2. Dried Herbs

  3. Leaves

  4. Fresh or dried rose petals

  5. Baby’s breathe

  6. Feathers

  7. Bird seeds

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We Love These Bridesmaids Outfits Miss Style Fiesta Has Picked!

Blogger Miss Style Fiesta has picked some outfits that you can wear at any function! She has picked light outfits for a friend’s roka to the perfect outfit for the sister of the bride!


Draped Maroon Sari with Embellished Crop Top

Outfit By:  Posh Pride , New Delhi

Outfit By: Posh Pride, New Delhi

Outfit By:  Maison Blu , online only

Outfit By: Maison Blu, online only

Outfit By:  The Little Black Bow , Mumbai

Outfit By: The Little Black Bow, Mumbai

Outfit By:  The Little Black Bow , Mumbai

Outfit By: The Little Black Bow, Mumbai


Outfit By:  Bubber Couture , Mumbai

Outfit By: Bubber Couture, Mumbai

Outfit By:  Flyrobe , online only

Outfit By: Flyrobe, online only

Outfit By:  Devnaagri , New Delhi

Outfit By: Devnaagri, New Delhi


Outfit By:  Malasa , New Delhi

Outfit By: Malasa, New Delhi

Outfit By:  Anoli Shah Design Inc , Ahmedabad

Outfit By: Anoli Shah Design Inc, Ahmedabad


Outfit By:  Aditi Somani , Delhi & Mumbai

Outfit By: Aditi Somani, Delhi & Mumbai

Outfit By:  TISHA by Tisha Saksena , New Delhi

Outfit By: TISHA by Tisha Saksena, New Delhi

Outfit By:  Posh Pride , New Delhi

Outfit By: Posh Pride, New Delhi


Outfit By:  Disha Patil Pret Couture , Mumbai

Outfit By: Disha Patil Pret Couture, Mumbai



Outfit By: Anamika Khanna 

Outfit By:  Ekaya Banaras , Banaras

Outfit By: Ekaya Banaras, Banaras

Thank you Urban Clap for the inspiring post!

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Wedding Survival Kit.

On any special event, things can go south so we have come up with some must have items to have on hand. It’s important to have a wedding emergency kit for those “just incase” emergencies.


must-haves for your wedding day survival kit:

  1. Water. hydration is key.

  2. Breath Mints. To keep your kiss minty fresh!

  3. Vitamin C Packets. To keep your health in check!

  4. Static Guard. For fly aways or to help remove static from your dress!

  5. Mini Sewing Kit. Well, you never know if you may have a loose button.

  6. Safety Pins. Must have!

  7. Stain Remover Wipes. These items are miracle workers!

  8. Healthy Snacks. We’ve seen many brides who go the whole day without eating so these bars are great to keep your blood sugar in check.

  9. Lavendar Essential Oil. These oils are great to keep you calm!

  10. Drinking Straws. To avoid staining your teeth.

  11. Lint Roller. Obvious!

  12. Antacid Tablets. You never know if your stomach may act up so it’s a good way to keep it in check!

  13. Hairspray. For last minute touchups.

  14. Antibacterial Gel. Great way to keep your hands clean and you can avoid the bathroom.

  15. Body lotion. For those dry elbows!

  16. Pain reliever. Another no brainer.

  17. Deodorant. To keep you smelling fresh all day!

  18. Tissues. To keep those eyes as dry as possible!

  19. Bobby Pins. Fly aways.

  20. Clear Nail Polish. If your nail chips.

  21. Band Aids. One word: Blisters.

  22. Lip Balm. To keep your pout soft and kissable!

*Image from Pinterest

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8 Bridal Lengha Colors That Will Be Big This Year!

We love when a bride goes outside the box especially with their lengha colors.

We’ve always seen royal reds, classy golds, and pearly whites. However, this year is all about experimenting with explosive colors. Here are the top colors we expect that will be huge this year!

  1. Lavender

Image courtesy: Snapsoul

Image courtesy: Snapsoul

2. Dull Pink

Image courtesy: Sabyasachi

Image courtesy: Sabyasachi

3. Sage Green

Image courtesy: George Seemon

Image courtesy: George Seemon

4. Light Blue


5. White

Image courtesy: Photozaapki

Image courtesy: Photozaapki

6. Rose Gold

Image courtesy:  Gautam Khullar Photography

7. Orange

Image courtesy: The Lightsmiths

Image courtesy: The Lightsmiths

8. Ultra Violet

Image courtesy: IntoCandid

Image courtesy: IntoCandid

Post inspired by UrbanClap

Finally, the Pantone color of 2019 is Living Coral so we can expect to see a lot of coral lengha’s this year!

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