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As difficult as it is right now, it’s important to focus on the positives of wedding planning. Being stuck in lockdown, doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to put your life plans on hold. There are few things we can do whilst we await brighter days.
As we adapt to this ‘new normal’ or whatever you want to call it, there is still hope. First of all, we’re pretty lucky, because you can still plan a wedding!
Understandably, it is quite a difficult point in time with so many of our brides and grooms currently struggling to find answers to their questions.
Lucky for you today, I’m about to help guide you with your decision making and introduce you to the small and intimate wedding.
Here’s how you can plan something classy and intimate and within budget too!
Melbourne bride to be, Shilpa recently had to make the heartbreaking decision to postpone her April 2020 wedding due to the Coronavirus. She was all set to tie the knot with her fiancé at the beautiful Quat Quatta reception venue in Melbourne’s South Yarra, when Covid19 hit Australia.
Fortunately, all her wedding suppliers were very helpful and so here she is today talking to us about her experience as well as share her tips for future couples.
It gives us so much joy and pleasure today to bring you this exclusive interview with talented Melbourne bridal hair and makeup artist, Faadhilah Buksh of Fadziies Mehndi And Beauty.
Faadhilah has been weaving her magic with Indian and South Asian brides across Melbourne for the past 5 years. We are so pleased to finally have her on board the TMD bandwagon, offering our maharani brides exclusive offers if you book her in for your big fat Indian wedding.
The world has literally turned upside down in light of the Coronavirus and it’s having a devastating impact on the wedding industry. But this article is for our brides only. This is a heartfelt and open letter to our wonderful community of South Asian brides who are planning a wedding in 2020 and beyond.
We’ve consulted a few of our industry friends over the past couple of weeks to provide you with the most up to date information about the Coronavirus and the impacts it could have on your weddings. There’s information about contracts, how to postpone or re-schedule, insurance policies and plenty of tips and advice to help you get through this difficult and challenging period.
We all know how stressful Indian or South Asian wedding planning can be and with so much more inspiration out there for brides to be in 2020, the stress and overwhelm could potentially get worse.
Which is why we finally decided that it was time to spread some love during these difficult times and provide you with our free wedding planning checklist printable.
Print it, stick it on your fridge or save it on your mobile. You can do this maharanis!
We’re beyond thrilled with the announcement of internationally renowned, Indian designer, Rahul Mishra collaboration with jutti powerhouse, Fizzy Goblet.
Take a sneak peak of the beautiful new collection here.
If you think about the cost of a South Asian wedding these days, it really does vary.
There’s no bigger reality check though, than when you look at your wedding budget and then you’re like.. maybe I can’t have it all?….
We always talk about setting your wedding priorities straight from the beginning and focus on how much you want to put aside for each element of your wedding. So, this week we’re discussing the key things that we think you should splurge on!
Want to avoid making mistakes at your wedding? We asked our audiences for the most common mistakes Indian or South Asian brides make when it comes to planning their wedding.
Before you say “I do,” let’s say “I won’t.”
Let’s make sure that you never commit any of these crimes when planning your wedding functions and events maharanis!