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Wedding Looks Tag

27 Mar

The Wedding Ceremony

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Hi everyone! How've you guys been doing? I've been really crazed this past week with college which is why I haven't done a shoot and I've not been regular on Instagram or my Blog! My apologies! But I do have new and exciting stuff coming up tomorrow! So, YAY! So, FINALLY, we're here on the third and the final post of  "The Wedding Series' ft. Krafted With Happiness. I wanted to post this look the minute I had done the shoot, but like I said, didn't get the time to write the post. Even though the wedding 'season' has gone, there are still family weddings which you might have to attend! My main goal to create these looks were that it could help...
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7 Feb

The Mehendi-Sangeet Ceremony

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Hello All! How have you guys been doing? I've been a little on and off on my blog lately, because I have some college work going on! I teamed up with Krafted With Happiness to create a Wedding Series for you guys. Basically, just some outfit and accessory inspirations that you can team up for a certain event. I've already done the first post of the series, i.e. The Haldi Ceremony; You can check it out if you haven't yet! Coming onto today's post, today is going to be about The Mehendi and Sangeet event! In weddings, my personal preference, is to dress lightly so that you can enjoy yourself and dance! I feel like if you wear something really heavy, you pretty...
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7 Feb

The Haldi Ceremony

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The time of the crazy wedding season is from Mid-November to Feburary end! I'm going to be creating wedding looks for all ceremonies starting from The Haldi Ceremony to The Mehendi-Sangeet to The Wedding Night in partnership with Krafted With Happiness! So, today I'm creating a look for The Haldi Day. To brief you a little about what the ceremony is about, The haldi ceremony is the one in which a paste of haldi is applied on the bride and the groom’s body before their wedding. This ceremony is held at both the bride and the groom’s place, on the morning of the wedding day. So, the main colours that are used are light yellows, light pinks, pastel blues, creams and whites...
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