With the average wedding now costing around £22,000, not far off the average yearly salary in the UK, many can’t afford to incur any extra costs not included in the overall budget. However, there are many aspects of planning a wedding which often get forgotten, and some aren’t as small or minor as you’d initially believe. Continue reading
Today I have a follow up post from questions to answer before planning your multicultural wedding and the lovely Ishari from Ishari De Silva weddings is answering a few questions. As a fusion (multicultural) wedding planner and designer she has the knowledge and expertise to answer the following questions in regards your planning a multicultural wedding. Continue reading
I’m listening back to Nihal on bbc Asian network where he was discussing the topic -
Is it impossible to keep everyone happy at an Asian wedding?
If you haven’t been to an Asian wedding, you’re probably a bit confused. Back in the day the bride and groom’s families would invite pretty much everyone they know. Which is why Asian weddings are usually full of hundreds and hundreds of people. It’s a wedding, it’s not culturally acceptable not to invite your aunties, uncles, cousins etc. This topic arose because a bride walked out of her own wedding in India because the groom’s side were presented with chicken when they demanded mutton by the bride’s family. She walked out, and never returned! Continue reading
At the weekend, I was shopping with my friend and we were discussing content. Google, facebook and readers all want good content. I admitted I was slacking with my content, with having writers block and no weddings to blog about that week. It’s constantly on the back of my mind - no blog posts this week, slacking, come on blog something worth reading about. Then we got talking about why I started the blog, as you may know if you’ve been on my about me page, to provide a blog highlighting beautiful multicultural weddings. Continue reading