After I finished university I landed in a web development role. I had such a love/hate relationship with building websites everyday. On the one hand I loved seeing the design come alive and workable on screen and on the other was the struggle with code. You leave one semi-colon out and nothing works!
Pavan(Pav) and Tom got married at Sprowston Manor on 20th August 2016. As Pav is from Norwich, Norfolk and Tom is from the Peak District, they opted to marry near Pav’s home. Whilst Pav had a predominantly Sikh upbringing and Tom being an Atheist, they opted for a lovely civil ceremony. Over to the couple to tell us more about how they met and about their big day.
I’m absolutely loving anything rose gold at the moment. Yesterday I bought some rose gold earrings and realise it’s going to be the start of a new obsession. The trend of the yellow gold, silver and platinum have come and gone and I believe now it’s the time for rose gold engagement ring trend to emerge.
2017 continues to see the popularity of Asian couples having civil ceremonies instead of or alongside their respective religious ceremonies. Primarily for multicultural couples, some opt to keep religion out of it completely while others choose to incorporate a few traditions. Two people marrying from different faiths can make wedding planning difficult in trying to maintain all religious wedding traditions so civil ceremonies is the winning choice. This then allows the couple to have a cultural wedding reception, just like Indie and Rav did.
Today I have an Indian Fusion Styled Shoot on the blog put together to showcase the elegance of a traditional Hindu wedding. The selected theme was traditional vintage romance and to show the world that we have a talented group of creative partners that can make this happen in the Southwest which is a perfect destination for a Hindu wedding.
Ask any wedding blogger about BHLDN, they will always praise the brand and recommend it for affordable dreamy dresses and accessories. I can vouch for this, it’s one of brands on my most loved list for bridal and bridesmaids outfits. Onto the shoot…
For many of those who know of the Chinese tea ceremony but not sure why it happens or how, I thought I’d share all the details. It’s such a beautiful and vital part of a Chinese wedding. The ceremony is a symbolic way of presenting the bride to the groom’s family, and for the couple to express gratitude to their elders. The couple typically wears embroidered silk outfits in the colour red for luck and prosperity. This is subject to the couple who may choose to wear something else instead.