DIY Honeycomb Garland from Oh Happy Day

How neat is this DIY Honeycomb garland? It’s perfect for the bridal shower or the wedding. You can find the full details of how to create this on Oh Happy Day.

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Friday Inspiration

Image Source: Unknown

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This & That: In Bloom

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11 Inspiring Centrepieces

Image Source: Alex Rodriguez, Allegro Photography, He & She Photography, J’adore Love, Jen Fariello, Jessamyn Harris Photography, Katherine O’Brien, Kathi Littwin Photography, KT Merry, One Love Photography, The Image is Found

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Hindu Wedding Ceremony Inspiration

A lovely and budget friendly idea for the aisle of your Hindu ceremony.

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Spring Designs with Bold and Soft Colours by Nisha Chandra Events

As the days get warmer, we can finally say Spring has come around to Toronto. I truly heard birds chirping in the late evening, that definitely needs to be sign. With Spring in mind, I have been waiting and looking forward to sharing this lovely design by Nisha Chandra Events and magnificently captured by Mimmo & Co. The soft colours played up with strong colours, has a refreshing touch that is reminiscent of not only the South Asian culture but also the warm and cool days of Spring. The lovely set up was featured at the Suhaag Show and also in South Asian Bride magazine, so you might have seen all of it, if not , take a scroll down the page for a little Spring inspiration.

 

Credits: Design by Nisha Chandra Events, Photography – Mimmo and Co,  Cakes – Fine Cakes by Zehra, Stationery – With an Indian Touch

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DIY Wax Paper Lanterns

Truly inspired by this DIY project that i found on OnceWed. It’s cost-effective and quite easy to do. Click here  for the full scoop on how you can get started on your wedding centrepieces.

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Statement Mandaps

I’ve been discussing this with quite a few people and i’d love to hear your thoughts on this matter. The mandap is always set up at the front, usually, whilst families and friends sit facing the mandap and shower the couple with blessing and best wishes. It’s always done in that manner. But watching Tamil films and Hindi films, I’ve seen Hindu weddings where the mandap is directly placed in the middle of the room and families and friends encircle the couple. The pro, this setting is so beautiful and it really warms your heart as families/friends surround the couple with love. The big con is, there will be people who can only see your back. As guests, as brides/grooms, as parents, or friends, what are your thoughts with this idea?

Beautiful Images by: Nadiadphoto 

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Tropical Settings

Image Source: Rue Magazine

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Wedding Kolams/Rangoli

A must not forget detail of a hindu ceremony is the rangoli, or kolam (tamil). The beautiful freehand artwork done by family members  or friends adds the attention of detail and brillance of colour to the special day.  I would recommend brides and grooms to get creative with this cultural artwork to incorporate their initials, the theme of their wedding, in other words, personalize it.

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