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A look at the pros and cons of different wedding reception venues available


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Wedding reception venueYour wedding reception may seem overwhelming to plan and orchestrate because of the many elements, so timing is essential. Traditionally, the reception is a feast of celebration with family and friends, of the union just created. This is the time when you and your groom get to sit back, relax and enjoy the festivities. The frustration and stress that you’re facing right now will have magically disappeared, and you will feel a sense of accomplishment in the success of the day.

When setting out in search of a reception venue, remember that the popular places are often booked up as much as a year in advance, so start enquiring as soon as possible. You’ll be surprised at the variety of venues available, so before you begin your quest, look at the various choices. We have, with the help of various experts in the industry detailed the pro’s and con’s for you to consider:

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Make-up Magic


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Make-up MagicNot chalky nor clown like, neither washed out nor over-done - bridal make up is all about a deft hand and presence of mind. Some guidelines for the bride to be doing her own makeup on that special day.

People may say never judge a book by its cover or appearances are deceptive. But when it comes to the wedding day, all this advise goes unheeded because each bride wants to look her very best, and will leave no stones unturned for the perfect look.

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The Matrimonial Advertisement


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The Matrimonial AdvertisementIt was another Sunday morning. P. Srinivasa Murthy sat down in his armchair by the window with The Times Of India. He read all the depressing front-page headlines. 17 gunned down in Kashmir, Economic situation grim, says Finance Minister, Zimbabwe trounce India by 8 wickets, For some comic relief, he turned to not Garfield, Beetle Bailey, Hagar the Horrible and Co., but to the matrimonial page.

PSM (as colleagues at work preferred to abbreviate his name) had just discovered recently that the matrimonial columns could be a source of great amusement. He had always ignored them all these years, having had no use for them, happily married as he was to a girl of his parents’ choice. But, of late, his daughter Sushma’s disinclination to find a groom for herself despite her post-graduate degree in sociology and high-paying job as a market researcher had made him consider them with some interest.

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Scrapbook of Memories


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Scrapbook of MemoriesIt’s a rainy Sunday afternoon and he’s feeling unsettled. Having got up late, he’s still feeling a strong urge to get right back under the covers. The exhaustion of several days, rather weeks, seems to be catching up with him…

She too, seems to have a touch of the blues. Is she missing her family – the boisterous brother and crazy sister whom she fought like mad with about the TV and computer? Is she still upset about a silly fight they had last week when he and she went out Diwali shopping? Its hard to tell, but they both mope around, exchanging barely a sentence or two, as the rain continues to beat down on a grey day. Hardly the way a couple married just last year should act on a holiday.

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Tied By Tradition: Him


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Tied by tradition: HimHe could hear her voice in the kitchen, answering something his mother had said. Even from this distance, he couldn’t help thinking, “What an uncouth way of talking! Just the way she pronounces words like ‘doctor’, ‘engineer’ or ‘school’ shows that she never left A—-pur district in her life!” He was lying in bed and indulging in his favourite hobby of recent times – bride-bashing. Only, luckily this pastime was confined to his head.

He well remembered the wedding, a few weeks before his forty-second birthday. His parents’ relief that he was finally tying the knot was writ large on their elderly and lined faces. There were not too many guests or relatives around from his side of the family. The wedding had been such a sudden affair, with the date set in early July, just before the inauspicious month, and right in the middle of school. Who could come?

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