Gold Shoes Wedding Inspiration

I am loving gold lately, I used to obsess over silver and then white gold. However rose gold and gold are coming into my style a bit more. With autumn now full into play, the gold shoes against the brown and red leaves looks so gorgeous. I’ve put together some of my favourite gold heels that got me slightly giddy on the inside. These are perfect for any wedding outfit. Whether you are a bride boasting a cream wedding dress with gold accessories. Or an South Asian bride wearing a display of colours. Gold shoes will add to the incredible detail of the outfits. Even if you are wearing a Qipao, a Chinese Traditional dress, these shoes are perfect for the outfit! See how excited I’m getting, embrace the Gold! Continue reading

How to tell your parents about your interfaith relationship

I often blog about multicultural weddings and their beauty of two cultures blending into one fusion wedding. It’s pleasing to see how couples choose to use their own traditions for their big day and it is useful for those planning their own wedding. To gain an insight of how other couples have completed this. This is the happy and exciting part of planning and leading up to your wedding.  Continue reading

Wedding Blog Awards at The Savoy

On Friday 10th October, I was lucky enough to attend the wedding blog awards held at the Savoy. Is it a bit weird that I’m blogging about the event without actually winning an award? Nicht! I went knowing that I wouldn’t win which is fine (I don’t want sympathy – my blog is slowly blossoming!), I was excited to be in a room full of wedding professionals and wedding bloggers who I aspire to. Continue reading

Gujarati Wedding with a Tea Ceremony

On November 27, 2013, Samantha & Rishi became husband and wife. These two are so cute and I love how Samantha has a massive smile on her face throughout her wedding day. They started the day at the W Hotel in Hollywood, where make up artist, Lulu, got Samantha ready for her big day. Her wedding lengha is so beautiful and it has put a spin on traditional wear by the combination of patterns with the blue fabric covered in polka dots. It’s refreshing to see a unique wedding dress that is memorable and stunning. The top half of the lengha matches her incredible dark mehndi (henna). It’s many bride’s dream to have dark henna for their wedding as this is when it looks its best. Some believe the darker the mendhi, the stronger the love between husband and wife. You know what some ancient beliefs are like though, I simply think it looks more beautiful when its dark. Continue reading