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MAR­RIAGE PLAN­NERS DIVYA AND VITHIKA LAY OUT THE MOST EX­CIT­ING TRENDS FOR ALL THE COU­PLES ABOUT TO SAY I DO FOR THIS UP­COM­ING WED­DING SEA­SON

India Today - - TRENDS -

The bil­low­ing swathes of mint green tulle mir­ror the aqua­ma­rine shades of the ocean, or it is a turquoise blue? The young lawyer groom and artist have been work­ing with us closely for the last eight months to make their wed­ding per­fect and en­sure it is talked about by friends and fam­ily in the high­est terms; a pre req­ui­site that most mod­ern cou­ples have while plan­ning their wed­ding. In­ti­macy of ex­pe­ri­ence is key and be­spoke is the only way to go.

More and more cou­ples are choos­ing to or­ches­trate their wed­dings us­ing pro­fes­sional help and per­son­alise their cel­e­bra­tions. The In­dian bride has also evolved in her taste as she chooses the per­fect bal­ance be­tween tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary wed­ding at­tire and jew­ellery de­signs. The busi­ness of wed­dings is clearly boom­ing. While In­dia is quick to take cues from wed­dings in the west to up the ante at home, we look at some trends that are big on the wed­ding cir­cuit and gain­ing pop­u­lar­ity at home this sea­son.

SAVE THE DATE

This year in In­dia the con­cept of “Save the date” cards are gain­ing pop­u­lar­ity. Whilst pop­u­lar in the west it is a new con­cept in In­dia. Cou­ples are choos­ing save the dates for the prac­ti­cal­ity it of­fers and the fun you can have with it. In In­dia where we don’t be­lieve in send­ing in­vi­ta­tions more than a month in ad­vance it is es­pe­cially a great idea to send save the date while you work on the main in­vite and all the de­tails of how to in­te­grate it into your over all wed­ding dé­cor. You want to make sure your wed­ding does not clash with other big events!

GO­ING TECH

Tech­nol­ogy seems to be the way for­ward in ev­ery­thing from cre­at­ing in­vites ( e- In­vites are big as is Face book and Twit­ter) or lit­tle video snip­pets. Live web cast­ing your wed­ding is another pop­u­lar con­cept es­pe­cially with cou­ples who choose to have desti­na­tion wed­dings or have loved ones that can’t make it to the big day. While per­sonal web­sites have been around for­ever in US and UK this trend is now gain­ing mo­men­tum in In­dia. MYR­IAD MOODS AND MO­MENTS CAP­TURED IN THE EPONY­MOUS TRAIL LEAD­ING UP TO THE MAGIC AND MAD­NESS OF THE BIG DAY

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