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How to Avoid Wedding Disasters


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Avoid wedding disasterYou’re in the midst of planning your wedding so take a moment to sit back and envision the day to come. What you imagine is a day full of romance, one that is absolutely perfect and not a thing out of place. Everything, from the flowers in your bouquet to the cloudless sky, is exactly as you want it to be.

Welcome to reality. Have you ever heard of Murphy’s Law? You know the one that goes, whatever can go wrong will?Considering all the numerous details of the day, and add in the many people involved (vendors, staff, wedding party, friends, family), the potential for something not quite right definitely exists.

Wedding disasters come in many forms from problems that are fixable such as the wrong flower in your bouquet, lipstick on your wedding gown, or the dj playing the wrong song for the first dance, to the necessity of major re-vamping of the day itself because of rain storms, blizzards and power outages, or the sudden illness of a member of the wedding party or a parent. No, deciding now to elope is probably NOT the best solution. However, there are some things that you can do to keep the stress levels down, and help avoid a traumatic meltdown should something not go as planned.

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Contemporary Trends in Wedding Invitations


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Wedding invitationA wedding invitation is the most important piece of info about a wedding. It gives friends and relatives details about both, the bride and groom, date, time and venue of the wedding. All this info has to be correct. “I, personally had a bad experience. When my wedding cards got printed, little did we notice that the date was right, but the day was printed wrong. It had to be Monday, but was printed as Saturday by mistake. It was only after my aunt noticed this, that, we had to get all the cards printed again”. Such mishaps, like this do happen in between the hustle and bustle of the wedding preparations. This can be dealt with, by organising different people to help distribute such responsibilities. 

“There were times when the parents of the bride and groom had to personally go and invite all the relatives for the wedding, where otherwise they would refuse to come and attend the wedding. Nowadays, everybody is busy and people have started to get over this”, says a salesman from Marvel cards. So, this makes the invitation cards all the more significant. All the invitees would be eager to know about the details of the bride and groom. This is why, the wedding card includes the names and the addresses of the parents too.

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Today’s Diverse Wedding Menus: expect the unexpected


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Wedding MenuOnce a traditional wedding sapad (meal) meant the typical rice, sambhar, rasam, kootu (vegetable), pickle and papad served on a green banana leaf. Remember, scrunching your fingers in the lightly, flavoured scrumptious rasam rice liberally mixed with dollops of ghee or slurping on the milky tasty vermicelli payasam?

But, the wedding food once a sacrosanct and a pivotal affair in Indian weddings (given our obsession for food!!), has gone through a dramatic make-over. 

Today, you can sample anything from pani-puris to ice-cream smeared dosas, colourful appalams scribbled with the names of the bridal couple, to healthy fruit juices and not-so-heavy sweets for the calorie conscious.

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Unforgettable wedding memories


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Wedding videosIt’s your wedding, the day you’ve dreamed of since you were little and you’ve hired a videographer to capture the memories. A great wedding video can be a happy memory year after year, but a mediocre one will be watched once and then tossed under the bed with your soccer trophies. How can you ensure that your wedding video will be watchable on your fortieth anniversary?

Here are some tips and ideas to consider when planning out your video with your videographer.

Choosing the Right Company:
The flashiest demo reel is not always the best indicator of a good company. How did they get that footage, were they intrusive, bossy, sticklers for ‘their system’? Get some references and follow up on them. You may want to trade the flash of the demo tape of a large company in for the willingness of a smaller company to work with you. Something else to consider when looking at wedding video demo tapes is if the company has ever shot a wedding where yours will be held. How did they handle it, how did it look?

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Pick out the perfect place to tie the knot


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Jaipur  PalaceMarriages are indeed made in heaven. But the actual wedding takes place on earth. It is precisely for this reason why probably more and more couples are in search for the perfect place to wed.

No longer is it passé to have a wedding in a church or mandap. While there is nothing wrong with those either and a good many are having their weddings in these places, increasingly couples are on the look out for unique places to make their weddings memorable, one of a kind.

Basically the choice of venue depends on the number of invitees and the affordability factor also plays a crucial role in this decision making. However, there seems to be a trend to splurge since it is once in a lifetime event.

Initially, weddings happened in the wedding halls. Later they were conducted in banquet halls which later graduated to five star hotels to farm houses. Today, having weddings in palaces seem to be the ‘in’ thing.

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