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7 Perfect Honeymoon Destinations in India

by aiowedding on December 23, 2016

There are many tourist destinations in India, but it wouldn’t be surprising to know that there are just as many perfect romantic honeymoon destinations in this nation as well. Most people want their honeymoon to be just as wonderful as their wedding day, so they go the extra mile to ensure that it’s just as perfect in reality as it is in their heads. If you’re one of those dreamers, look no further, for here’s your own personal list of the perfect honeymoon destinations in India for you and your spouse.

  1. Srinagar

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When it comes to weddings, all everybody thinks of is staying budget savvy, unless blue blood runs through your veins or your dad is another Donald Trump. The same applies to filming wedding videos, which I think is not really worth saving up on. Not to mention, cheap can be risky if you are talking about your wedding video.

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The 11 Places To Go In 2014 For Your HoneyMoon

by aiowedding on February 22, 2014

Muhammad once said, “Do not tell me how educated you are. Tell me how much you have traveled.” When we travel, the greater part of the lessons we’ve taken in school and in our earlier life are tried. We learn how to adapt in new environment. We encounter a mini excursion that reflects our bigger world and our bigger life. This article includes destinations that range from the most colorful to the most reticent. Read the entire list and get to know how to plan your travel calendar for 2014.

  1. Paris, France

Paris is said to be a city brimming with incredible energy and stacked with history, craft, museums, great food and wine, fashion, music, parks, astonishing views, fantastic breads and chocolate’ particularly bread and chocolate. Tourists are asked to attempt a “pique- nique” on the shores of the Seine or on a bench with a view of the Eiffel Tower. It’s an eminent place simply to stroll around.

  1. Cape Town, South Africa

The second largest city of South Africa and the southernmost city of the mighty and timeless African continent, Cape Town is a place of many marvels. A journey to this modern city takes you back into nature’s lap to your complete surprise. There are so many wonders that are waiting to thrill you to bits, so many adventures to excite you and millions of sights that are almost overwhelming. Other than the great heritage, the city’s culture and the amazing architecture is the biggest attraction for the tourists all over the world. According to TimeOut, the city is also nicknamed Burger Heaven for its delicious gourmet burgers.

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5 Essentials Things to Know Before Planning Your WeddingIf you are soon to be wedded and India is the chosen location then read on the article below to remember the do’s as an Indian Groom.

Rich in culture and traditions, Indian communities have several customs and mores to comply with when it comes to marriages. If you have been staying overseas away from the country for years but plan to organize your wedding as per the rituals and traditions in India you can surely celebrate the reason but at the same time you ought to hold your wits intact. If you think that India can prove to be a cheap wedding destination then it can come out to be a complete myth. You need to be extra cautious and wary to avoid heaping cost and wedding errs. Consider the points mentioned here.

What is your Wedding Budget?

Lot might have changed since when you have left the country and settled abroad. By gone are the days when hosting a wedding in India was an inexpensive affair. Today you can run short of your planned budget if you did not give heed to the vital details. Cost of the wedding is the biggest aspect to consider and reconsider which largely depends on the venue and the catering services taken. Before fixing up any specific location consider different marriage venues and try to negotiate on the actual price. Remember these players mint huge money out of such deals, small negotiation won’t affect them much.
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Asian wedding traditions tips

by aiowedding on June 1, 2013

Asian wedding traditions tips

Incorporating ethnic traditions into your wedding can create a more intimate environment for you and your family.

While we most associate the color white with wedding in this country, the color red is the color of weddings in China. Red is the color of luck and joy, and it makes perfect sense that it is such an important color for weddings. You can incorporate the red color in a variety of ways such as the tablecloth, candles, napkins, and other decorations. You may change into a red dress during the wedding reception. You may choose red wedding flowers, or your bridesmaids may wear a red dress. You can create a Chinese feel without red by dressing in a tradition Chinese dress. White is not a color used in Chinese traditional weddings. White is used at funerals, so avoid white on your invitations, decorations or bridal clothing. Do not use red ink on white paper, because white implies death and is used at funerals. Gold on reddish paper or cream color paper works well.
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