Have a wedding in the family? You know who the guests will be looking for after the Bride/groom? The mother/sister/sister-in-law of the Bride/Groom! However fancy it may sound right now, the fact is that the wedding day is going to be the most exhaustive for you. This post will help you organize yourself so that you don't lose your head on the day of the main event
May 6, 2014
April 2, 2014
The first baby step towards the big event is when you "Meet the parents". It is the first impression on a family that is going to be your family for the rest of your life. Of course you will be nervous coz you will be scanned from head-to-toe. I'm not going to make this a generic post by asking you to be yourself. I hope that is what you know already. Let's get into the specifics.
February 10, 2014
February 9, 2014
Wonder what happened to all the shopping I did during my frequent visits to the Mangaldas market a few months ago? It was all for these beautiful hand picked sarees that I wanted to make. I made these sarees for my sister-in-laws as a Diwali gift to add a personal touch. They absolutely loved them.
February 8, 2014
February 3, 2014
Ankita is a Beauty Blogger (Corallista.com) who recently got married. She did a series of Indian Bridal Makeup tutorials which I feel young bride-to-be's must watch even if you're not planning to do it yourself.
I have been watching her videos over-n-over again for quite some time. Now, I may not use half the products she uses but I learnt to select colour combinations and polished my make up application techniques. I must say (based on the recent compliments) that I am making extraordinary progress. I did my own makeup on all days at a friends wedding this December.
February 1, 2014
January 28, 2014
January 26, 2014
The Guy: "Mom, Aditi is wearing a green saree!!!" (read: NOT the yellow one for which she made us run into so many stores. In reality, we only went to 3 stores in one day and I bought this)
His Mom: WHAT!! How can she wear a green saree? It's not allowed!