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Sunshine Wedding – a summery tale!


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Summer WeddingCome summer, and one phrase that describes it is `Phew – the heat is on’. However, it is not completely fair to berate the season. April is actually a good month for weddings, since it is just right with the summer beginning neither too hot nor too cold. In recent times with global warming and heat going up, this has proved otherwise and many are apprehensive of having a summer wedding.

Technically speaking April heralds the onset of the New Year and also harvest in many states. It is Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh, Vishu in Kerala, Varsha Purappu in Tamil Nadu and Baisakhi in Punjab. It signifies prosperity and bounty everywhere - a symbol of continuity of life.

Summer is definitely a vibrant season with lots of sun and warmth. Even Nature is at it colourful best. With the right setting summer wedding can be made fun and memorable.

Go for bright summery colours like orange, golden, yellow and green contrasted with soft pastel shades in the background to give a colourful picture. Besides looking bewitchingly contrasted, it also looks good to the eye – resplendent.

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For Your Valentine


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For your valentineIt’s that time of year when love is supposedly in the air. While some reach for air fresheners others are inhaling and wondering what to give to their one and only. Thinking a bit about it and asking numerous people on their opinions this is the list that anyone could appreciate.

For the Ladies from the Guys:

Flowers: Don’t just give her roses but her favorite flowers! Maybe even in a pot instead of plastic and rubber bands.

Candy: Valentine’s is like a second Halloween when it comes to candy..it might be what everyone is doing but it’s still traditional and semi-expected by most people.

Plush Toy: Give her something unexpectedly cute that she’ll remember only YOU by.

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Will you marry me?


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Will you marry me?Okay, let’s face it, the Royal Stag ads on TV have kind of spoilt it for the rest of us. When it comes to grand gestures, Saif Ali Khan steals the show!! But for those of us lesser mortals who are unlikely to declare our love in a sky written message, here are some ideas on how to ‘pop the question’.

1. The classic candlelit setting

You know this one, especially if you watch old movies. A romantic restaurant, a carefully selected menu (no onions of course), a band playing love songs (or better still, her favourite song) A red rose, a glass of wine, you take out that little box, present her with a glittering diamond ring while you propose, and she sheds a tear or two. Variations of this theme are getting the band to serenade her and do the asking; tipping a waiter to deliver a card to her with the message on it, or hiding the engagement ring in the souffle!! (That could turn out messy but it has worked!).

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Saying It With Flowers


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Floral ArragementsFlowers are such a joyous expression of nature that special days and festivities are just naturally associated with them. Giving someone flowers is a symbol of both, honour and affection. But the possibilities of flowers do not stop with mere gift bouquets. Flowers artfully arranged can bring the best of nature into interiors and provide drama and visual impact that is hard to equal with any other ingredient. It is this that has made flower arranging such a vital part of modern homes and offices.

Even your small neighbourhood florist will combine flowers with a few stalks of foliage to make up an interesting bouquet. But artistry with flowers goes far beyond just throwing them together. The Japanese art of flower arrangement, called ‘Ikebana’, meaning ‘flowers kept alive’, originated in Japan 500 years ago. Ikebana is actually about bringing the vibrant green outdoors into your room in a special container, using leaves, branches, buds, blossoms, pods, fruits, and grasses, apart from full-bloomed flowers. The perfect visual harmony in Ikebana arrangements follows some design principles and schools such as the ikenobo, ohara and sogetsu. Such formal schools follow certain rules for construction in arranging stems, leaves, flowers and shoots.

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To say it with flowers or not


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Flower bouquetPlanning to take flowers for your lady? Well, think again. A survey conducted by a fruit and flowers boutique in London, revealed that women feel that being courted with flowers is not only unoriginal but also boring. Being a romantic at heart, (the ultimate in romance according to me is receiving a bouquet of bright red roses with Jim Reeves deep voice singing….” I’ll send you roses.”), I was a little disheartened. Besides, I was wondering what would be the reaction of the millions of guys who hope to sweep their girls off their feet with a bunch of bright red roses, to the findings of this survey. So, I decided to conduct a survey of sorts on my own.

The first person I spoke to was Rina a college student, “I think it is such a predictable thing that it is probably not as exciting as inviting you to go hand gliding. But, its cute I guess.”

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