First things first, a warm virtual hug to all couples out there working on postponing their weddings amidst the lockdown. We get you and all the pain you are going through right now! While we agree how heartbreaking it is for you to reschedule the most important day of your lives, we also know that love doesn’t ever stand cancelled! You are going to emerge out of this stronger, happier, healthier and much more in love with each other! So while you deal with innumerable vendor discussions, zoom meetings, calendar checking and guestlist revisiting all in an attempt to postpone your celebrations, here are a few of our favourite wedding options you might want to consider for your new dates! Have a look and let us know if you find them helpful!
Due to the most unforeseen circumstances, year 2020 has gotten us holed up in our homes and let’s admit- we are, kind of, in a love-hate relationship with the lockdown! While this break has given us quite a good opportunity to work on our health, beauty and relaxation better, it has also brought our wedding planning chores to a standstill! While we too, just like you, are absolutely clueless about when the wedding season will be back in action again, we have been working relentlessly to ensure that you end up using this period of lockdown to its fullest potential. So without wasting much ado, here are the 10 wedding planning tasks you can accomplish during this period, from your homes!
Over the ages, wedding looks have started becoming more repetitive and less vogueish. For instance, one wedding look that's been repeated way too often is that of draping the dupatta. While dupattas do add grace to the outfit, they are difficult to carry and are a hassle to wear for most young brides. If you struggle carrying a dupatta and are planning to substitute it with an alternative, then here are some trendy alternatives to your boring dupatta. These stylish ways will add more volume, drama, class and style to your outfit. Check them now!
Mellow Yellow! The colour of sunshine, turmeric and bright little marigolds, yellow is indeed an indispensable part of the Indian wedding palette! A dash of yellow can instantly add life to every ceremony and decor. While traditional Indian weddings have an entire ceremony, the Haldi, dedicated to the colour yellow, there are so many young couples looking for ways to incorporate this bright colour into other functions as well. To help you with some inspiration to incorporate the colour in your wedding functions, we have finally curated The Wed Post Yellow Edit. Have a look!
Weddings are important for both the bride and the groom, but when it comes to taking efforts for the big dress-up, a bride has to take more effort than the groom to get ready. Right from choosing a perfect outfit to pairing it with the right footwear, a bride takes months to get all her outfits ready. But then, when you ask a bride about her favourite piece of jewellery the answer to that will always be her mangalsutra.
If you too are a bride who feels clueless about prepping up her intimate health before the wedding, then fret not because we have you covered with Dr Ankesh Sahetya, a well-known gynaecologist and obstetrician from Mumbai on board, answering all the questions for you. Read on.
Right from decor to location to invites, planning a wedding needs extreme precision to ensure that the bride, the groom and everybody else have the best times of their lives. While everything else is manageable, wedding cards need a tad bit more effort. Modern brides and grooms want a personal touch to be added to their invites, which sets the tone of their wedding. However, a major problem couples face here is that they do not know how to personalise their wedding cards. If you too are facing similar issues with your wedding invites, then here are some of our favourite wedding illustrators and lettering artists in India, that'll surely help you make a dreamy wedding invite, albeit with your personal touch!
Couples had planned their weddings for months, and now all they can do is sit back and watch their dream wedding dates get postponed amidst the coronavirus outbreak. Booked venues, flights and multiple other things stand cancelled as planning for the most joyous occasion of their lives has come to a complete halt. But this pandemic has not only affected the bride and the groom, it has also affected the wedding industry as a whole. Right from photographers to event planners, everyone is doing their best to make sure that the couples don't lose hope and their dreams don’t shatter.