Beautiful Blush Wedding Dresses

Growing up I always imagined having a traditional Sikh wedding. I never considered wearing a white wedding dress until a couple of years ago when the notion of having a multicultural wedding arose. I love white wedding dresses but it was never my dream to wear one. Which is why when I first started seeing the incredible blush wedding dresses, my heart melted. I fell in love with them so quickly, I adored the modern take on a traditional wedding dress. I put together some of my favourite beautiful blush wedding dresses below. Continue reading

Destination New Zealand Wedding

Today I have the wedding of Tina and Kai. They came all the way from Germany to get married at the magical Tawharanui beach (a quiet beautiful beach an hour’s drive from Auckland; New Zealand’s busiest city). The reception following the beach ceremony happened to be in the venue Mahurangi River winery. Tini and Kai called upon French photographer Anaïs to capture their day. They wanted a bohemian theme with some black and white photographs. Nothing too convenional was required as they wanted a playful different shoot. I think Anaïs took their comments on board and delivered their wedding photography beautifully to their requirements! Continue reading

Brides The Show Discount for SWB Readers

This year, the UK’s favourite bridal magazine comes to life at a wedding planning experience like no other with over 130 luxury suppliers and inspiring ideas! Yep that’s right, I’m talking about Brides the Show! This involves catwalk shows, top designers including bridal expert workshops, wine tastings, beauty master classes, champagne and so much more. Excited? Continue reading

Gujarati Wedding in Costa Mesa

On October 26, 2013, Meha & Gregory became husband and wife. Lulu dolled up Meha to encompass a traditional Indian bride. They chose to have their wedding at the Hilton located in Costa Mesa, California. The ceremony began with a Gregory arriving on a white horse for his baraat where he celebrated his arrival with his closest friends and family . They held a traditional Gujarati ceremony conducted by Mahesh Bhatt. Following the ceremony, the bride and groom departed with a small viddai ceremony. The reception followed in the evening hosted by Amit in the main ballroom where they celebrated the night away with their loved ones. Continue reading

How to have an Interfaith Sikh Wedding outside of the Gurdwara

I was so excited when I received a particular email, the subject line mentioned Sikh Priest. I didn’t know what to expect, well to be honest, I expected hate mail because I don’t think many Sikh priests condone interfaith Sikh weddings. But instead I received a lovely email from Dr Freedom and Leela who connected with me on a personal level. They are a multicultural couple, themselves, who offer their services for Interfaith Sikh weddings. Continue reading