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Introducing Melbourne Bridal Henna and Makeup Artist Faadhilah Buksh of Fadziies Mehndi And Beauty

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.

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Introducing Indian Wedding Invitation Designers, Customizing Creativity

We are so excited to bring you today’s interview with the fabulously talented stationery design duo, Harsh and Disha of Customizing Creativity. Based in Mumbai, the team have been creating bespoke Indian wedding invitations and stationery for couples all over the world for almost 10 years.

Recently we caught up with the couple to chat about all things weddings, travel and invitations and how we can serve our Australian maharani brides with their exclusive wedding stationery collections.

Sit back, grab a cuppa and enjoy this delightful interview with Customizing Creativity.

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Introducing Sydney Cake Decorator, Afra Abdeen of Oh That Be Good

Allow us to introduce you to the wonderfully talented, Sydney wedding cake decorator, Afra Abdeen of Oh That Be Good. 

A little different to the traditional white frosted wedding cakes, we love how Afra’s cakes reflect her style and values. If you’re after rustic charm and elegance for your wedding day, then she’s your dream wedding cake decorator.

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Introducing ‘House Of Blouse’ – Your Blouse, Your Way

House Of Blouse is a one stop shop built for women to create their dream blouse. The quest to find the perfect saree or lehenga blouse is over Maharani’s with hundreds of custom designs, styles and materials to choose from.

To find out more, we caught up with the geniuses behind it, Rachana and Roopa Reddy.

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Introducing ‘Numaish’ – Discover Style

Manisha Kumar is the woman behind quite possibly the most acclaimed fashion and lifestyle exhibitions in the U.A.E. She is instrumental in bringing high end designers as well as artists to showcase their work through the popular fashion and art exhibitions. Established in 2012 Numaish exhibitions brings western and ethnic designer wear, accessories and jewellery […]

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Introducing ‘Aan By Arti’ – the best of east and west

Much like the business name, Aan’s diaspora appeals to the global woman; strong and powerful, yet graceful and feminine. She is a woman who values art and elegance and would never compromise on finesse.

We recently had an opportunity to catch up with director of Aan By Arti, Ms Arti Badhwar, to discuss her journey into the world of Indian fashion design.

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Introducing, Leena Mistry of Bespoke Wedding Stationery Business, ‘Ratanji Rani’

Leena Mistry of bespoke wedding stationery business, Ratanji Rani, is a woman of many talents. An accountant by profession, Leena always had a creative side to her. She has been hand crafting rakhi’s for Raksha Bandhan as well as creating custom invitations and wedding stationery for many years. She is now based in the beautiful beachside suburbs of Sydney, Australia and continuing her passion for creating gorgeous stationery. We caught up with the face behind, Ratanji Rani to discuss all things wedding stationery.

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Introducing Kiran Lally of ‘Couture Mantra’ – high fashion designs for the Aussie-Indian bride

You could say for us Aussie-Indian brides, we are fairly limited with choice when it comes to high-fashion Indian couture. We either have to turn to online shopping book a flight to India. I suppose you really have to turn to social media sometimes to discover what hidden talents are out there. I was pleasantly surprised when I stumbled across young designer, Kiran Lally’s Instagram account a few years back. The first thought that sprung into my mind was, “wow, an Indian fashion designer in Australia!”