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Stunning Traditional Indian Wedding in Auckland, New Zealand: Shilpa + Shakti

We love when couples combine their traditions and heritage into their wedding. For Sydney based couple, Shilpa and Shakti, it was important to them and their families to have a mixed Marathi and Telugu wedding ceremony and it was certainly lovely to see. They tied the knot in Auckland, New Zealand at the BAPS Swaminarayan mandir followed by a beautiful reception at a private venue with sweeping views of the bay. They even had sheep present at their wedding!

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Christmas Cake Decorating Workshop with Oh That Be Good

Happy holidays maharanis!

We hope you have been having a lovely and relaxing summer break. Don’t know about you, but we are already looking forward to a lot of exciting opportunities ahead of us in 2020.

But, before we dive into another year, we want to take ourselves back to earlier this month, when Poonam of The Maharani Diaries got a chance to attend one of our favourite cake vendor’s cake decorating workshop. This was a cake decorating workshop unlike any others. With thanks to Afra of Oh That Be Good, Poonam got to make the cutest reindeer gingerbread and chocolate cake and the results are pretty wow. Check it out!

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Why You Should Have a Wedding Cake at Your Indian Wedding

The traditional wedding cake is fast becoming a staple at an Indian wedding. Gone are those days of serving laddoos and gulab jamun. It’s all about the statement cake that sits in the middle of your wedding reception venue.

Young couples tying the knot are bucking the trends and opting to infuse personal touches in every aspect of their wedding. This includes having a wedding cake that translates their love story, allowing guests to celebrate everything special about the couple.

We caught up with our expert Melbourne wedding cake decorator, Narmi of My Cake Studio to weigh in on the debate, making more couples see the value in serving cake at their Indian wedding.

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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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Super Sweet Ways To Include Doughnuts In Your Wedding

It’s goodbye cake and hello doughnuts (or donuts)! These super sweet treats are all the rage right now in wedding world. Couples are embracing this trend and serving them in the most delightful ways. Whether it’s on your dessert table, or as a bespoke wedding favour, there are plenty of ways to include these scrumptious […]

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Pantone Colors Of The Year – Rose Quartz & Serenity

It’s reigning pale pinks and soft blues this year all courtesy of Pantone. In an unprecedented move the institute have nominated not one but two colors this year; Rose Quartz and Serenity. For those who have been hiding under a rock for a while, the Pantone Color Institute is the world’s leading authority on color […]

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18 Genius Ways To Budget For Your Indian Wedding

There’s something incredibly special about Indian weddings – a jam packed, colourful, three day extravaganza filled with lavish décor, mouth-watering food, dance and loads of relatives you’ve never ever met! However despite our weddings being fun to plan and attend, there’s no escaping the dreaded wedding budget. It’s no surprise to hear that the cost of an Indian wedding has almost doubled in the last few years and whilst you and your partner would love that day to be about you, we know that ain’t going to happen.