8 Cute Wedding Signs to have as decor elements!

Signage is one of the easiest ways to personalise the decor at your wedding. While signs can come in handy for practical uses, such as displaying your wedding day agenda and different areas in your wedding venue, signs at venues can also be used as a decor element which narrates a story.

Whether you want to display a romantic song lyric or a quote from your favourite love story, there’s a sign for you.

We list down some of our favourites!

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We would love to know which one is your favourite! 🙂

Victoria Swarovski’s Wedding dress is breaking the internet and how!

When the Swarovski Crystals heiress gets married, there is bound to be a re-invention of the word glitzy! and so it was when Victoria Swarovski got married to her boyfriend Werner Meurz.

Her wedding dress, created by Michael Cinco, was created using 5,00,000 crystals from the Swarovski family collection!

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The Dress had an 8mts long train and veil, that is 26.4ft!

Weighed 46 Kgs!

and cost a whopping 5.4 Crores!

The footwear was by Jimmy Choo had crystals too.(Hey that rhymed :P)

Now you might think that is it, but wait there were 2 more dresses.

This dress with a plunging neckline again packed with crystals.

And this one, you want to guess what this dress had on it?

A thing of beauty, what say you?

 

 

This artist has sketched out life with his girlfriend almost every day for 5 years and they are freaking awesome!

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Pete Duffield met his girlfriend Kellie Gage 5 years ago and since then embarked on a quest to document their life through his sketches, so that their daughter Poppy.

“I started keeping a list of ideas on my phone whenever something funny happened,” Duffield told HuffPost. “The collection of drawings gradually grew and it was fun to document silly things we’d say or do.”

Duffield’s distinctly British sense of humour has garnered fans worldwide-Still, his favourite readers will always be Kellie and their baby girl.

“I still make the illustrations for Kellie  ― and Poppy now, for when she is older and can look back on them,” he said.

We checked out his Instagram Profile and found them cute and hilarious!

For more of these awesome cartoons check out Pete Duffield

This couple handcrafted their entire wedding…Insane DIY ideas! Their cute dog was their Videographer.

When wedding photographers Cathy and Sebastian decided to tie the knot, they knew what they wanted. The couple got married in August last year and from the get go, the one thing that they focussed on was to enjoy the entire process and on making everything they needed by themselves!

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Says Cathy, their wedding was relaxed, DIY and focussed on their friends and themselves and their Pinterest mood board was their main source of inspiration.

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Cathy and Sebastian’s wedding ceremony was unique and was neither religious nor civil.It was guided by their friend Oscar who played a game with all guests singing an old song from their childhood called El Anillo (The Ring). Between each verse, their closest friends would read something to them and the song would continue.Then at the end, they exchanged Vows and Rings!

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The catering was from Roberto Galvez Banqueteria, but amazingly by the guests themselves. Guests brought along desserts, salads and other amazing dishes to create a potluck. After lunch, guests grabbed a blanket and created a massive picnic dessert area of sorts.

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If their wedding wasn’t already unique enough, the cherry on the cake was added by the bride’s homemade dress and the fact that their pet corgi, Leica was the videographer 😀

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“We made almost everything by our own hands. We silkscreened table cloths, made concrete chandeliers and did all the floral arrangements. Also, we hired and hung all the Tuscan light bulbs and the pendants at the venue. For my wedding dress, I had bought a dress from Modcloth, but it didn’t fit me so I redesigned it with my friend Natalia. In the end, we only kept the top of the dress and were very lucky to find the same colour in a fabric store in Santiago for the bottom. I also made my headpiece with some crin flowers (a technique that uses horse hair to make the flower shapes)” says Cathy

The couple saved money by picking a venue which had never hosted a wedding before. It was a risk but luckily it worked out!

“The best thing about planning our wedding was being together, doing things for our friends and knowing that everybody was going to have such a good time that day”, she concluded. “The worst thing was not knowing who was going to be there or not, right up until the last minute we had guests confirming if they were coming or not!”

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They advise future brides and grooms to try to enjoy the whole process. Enjoy every single thing about the wedding day, even the things that go wrong.

The laughter you’ll have together about it, days or months after the wedding, is amazing.

In retrospect, there was nothing they could have done differently. It turned out better than all that they thought it could be!

Check out the video made by the very cute Leica!

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This is the best best man speech ever!

When Daniel Buccheri was asked to be the best man at his brother’s wedding, he was so humbled that he decided to prepare a little surprise for his Brother and his new wife.

Through a medley, Daniel beautifully depicts their journey together!

The video was captured by Wedding Movies and is just fantastic to watch! 🙂

These Wedding Photos from 2016 are what you need at the end of a long day!

These newlyweds have one more thing to be happy about, their photo has been selected to be among the best wedding photos of 2016!

Junebug Weddings, which each year chooses the 50 unique pictures for their ‘Best of the Best Wedding Photography’ collection selected these photographs from over 9000 entries received from over 700 photographers based out of 45 different countries.

Image Credit: Ken Pak Photography 

Winning a Junebug contest is one of the highest honours a wedding photographer can receive, often helping to jumpstart careers.

Junebug also hosts a selection of other wedding photography contests – such as the celebration of the best engagement photographs, which opens for submissions every April.

The stunning photographs come from ceremonies held all over the world with seaside coves, dirt tracks and even a desert complete with a camel.

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While we have profiled a few of them here, we think these photographs are some of the best, good enough to put a smile on ones face.

We hope you enjoyed seeing them as much as we did.

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How to use your ‘ghar ka ladder’ as an awesome wedding decor prop!

You are going to looove this Wedding decor idea and your guests will appreciate it as well.

With all the awesome DIY decor ideas brides-to-be are using nowadays to add that rustic feeling to their wedding, you will not believe how versatile this common tool can be.

Whether it is just a decor prop decorated with flowers or a photo booth prop or something to represent the journey the newlyweds are to embark upon, it looks good in any setting.

It can be decorated and used as a stand for directional signage

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As a backdrop for Photos. Photo Credit- Witty Vows

As a Decor Element

As a prop hanger

As a trellis to simply just wrap with creepers and bulbs

As a prop for your pre-wedding photo-shoot

Put two together and add some shelves to make it a Dessert Counter!

Cool summer refreshers anyone?

Makes for a great Decor prop as well

It has outstanding versatility and can blend in amazingly well with all the other decor you plan, plus, it is cost effective 🙂

Hope you enjoyed the post, if you have any awesome ideas we would love to feature them!

If you think Indian Wedding outfits are the prettiest, you will be surprised at these Wedding outfits from around the world!

Weddings are such a magical time, the festivity and colours are something we just can not get enough of.

The newlyweds are the centre of attention and their wedding outfits are something everyone appreciates. We obviously love the traditional Indian wedding lehengas and sherwanis.

But ever wondered what traditional wedding outfits from other countries look like?We’ve put together a list of traditional wedding outfits from around the world and they are a feast for the eyes!

Afghanistan

Bulgaria

China

Indonesia

Romania

South Korea

Tibet

Japan

Scotland

Turkey

Ghana

Where ever you may be, there is one thing common in all the above photographs, and however cliche I may sound, it is love and it shows on the couple’s faces!

 

Balle Balle all the way! Why Punjab is a great Wedding Shopping Destination

The balle-balle land has quite a lot to offer with regards to shopping. Punjab is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of handlooms and handicrafts. Everything available here carries a stamp of its rich culture.

Almost all tourist places in Punjab, from Amritsar to Ludhiana and Chandigarh, provide shopping opportunities and have a lot to offer in terms of traditional and rich crafted ware.

The kind of stuff you get here is colourful, authentic and traditional.

Jutties

Footwear with beautiful embroidery and impressive patterns using a wide range of fancy materials, like beads, pearls, coloured threads, small mirrors and seashells, are a must-buy in Punjab.

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Phulkari

A form of craft in which artistic embroidery embellishes a shawl, saree, dupatta or the entire dress, generally used for special occasions like weddings and other festivities. A special kind of thread is used for phulkari, which is called ‘pat.’ The designs used are varied.

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Parandis

Parandis are attractive hair ornaments, worn at the end of a braid. These parandis are woven out of attractive silk threads, clustered together artistically, in a  variety of designs and patterns.

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Mentioned above are just a few things traditional to Punjab and can be used for wedding trousseau, placed on the shagun thali or just give a piece of handcrafted stuff from Punjab as Wedding Favours!

So next time you are there, be sure to check these out! 🙂

7 Fun Attractions to have at your Wedding!

The wedding landscape has evolved and with that has evolved a number of experiences that you can offer guests to make your wedding even more memorable than it already is!

Newlyweds focus their attention on all the major things of course, but also have these little titbits that they offer to their guests which go a long way in shaping the overall experience.

These 7 ideas can be fun and cost effective too and can go well with your wedding decor.

Popcorn Bar

You can offer different flavours for guests to munch on with their cocktails!

Candy Station

This is such a fun experience and it works wonders with kids and adults alike!

Chocolate Bar

Who doesn’t like Chocolate! These can be an amazing mood setter!

Fruit Bar

Make organic fruits interesting by setting them up attractively accompanied by fresh cream and toppings!

Chaat Bar

These are so much fun to just munch on!

Gola Counter – for the outdoor summer weddings!

I don’t think I need to mention what these can do! They work wonders in the summer heat and even otherwise can be a great attraction for your guests to enjoy!

Sushi Bar 

Sushi Bars are great fun, but experience and quality would need to be looked at very carefully. Once that is done, these can be great fun, A lot of clients are also experimenting with Fruit Sushi, a vegetarian dessert item.