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How to throw the grand­est, yet most, el­e­gant and per­sonal wed­ding

THERE ARE WED­DINGS AND THEN THERE ARE WED­DINGS, BUT A CHAM­PAGNE WED­DING IS FOR THOSE WITH A CAVIAR TASTE, SAYS GAU­RAV BHA­TIA. A FEW GUIDE­LINES...

Pic­ture a sev­en­teenth cen­tury palace in Ra­jasthan; a bot­tle of Dom Pérignon Vin­tage 2003 sabered with a tal­war and a sea of crys­tal flutes with cham­pagne in a can­dle- lit hall of mir­rors. Woven Be­narasi saris rus­tle against gleam­ing bod­ies be­decked in emer­alds and di­a­monds and the bub­bles in the flutes add to the rev­elry that is be­yond re­splen­dent!

In­di­ans do know how to throw a wed­ding. It is the per­fect mo­ment to cel­e­brate our In­di­an­ness; our pas­sion to in­dulge and be in­dulged, to share and to cel­e­brate with the most gen­er­ous of spir­its. But first it is about the union; the celebration of love and

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