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D.A Vendor Review: Event Capture Studio - - Reviewed by D.A (Bride)
We contacted Event Capture just about a week or two before our engagement event and they were extremely kind and helpful. We were very pleased with their work but most importantly with their ability t ... Read Full Review or Submit Your Review


 
SEP
7

Real Wedding: Amarjeet + Kirat (Part One) by DotDusk Studios



Photography: DotDusk Studios





























 


JUN
19

Real Wedding: Nadia + Kaushil (Part Two) by Big AL Studios









 


AUG
22

Neelima + Brian E-Shoot (Part Two) by Smetona Photo


Part Two of Neelima & Brian's engagement shoot was shot at the lush Huntington Botanical Gardens in California by Smetona Photo – such a striking couple!

If you missed their part one feature, please follow the link here.





 


MAY
7

Guest Post: Sakhi Fashions - Hand Block Printing On Sarees


Neeta Rajendran is our guest blogger who along with her mother, runs Sakhi Fashions, an online fashion house based in India.

India has a rich tradition in ancient arts and crafts, and hand block printing is one of them. They have been used to adorn home linen and garments and can be found on daily wear cotton salwars to more festive silk sarees.

Hand block printing involves a series of processes.  First, wooden blocks are hand carved or etched with a pattern on the surface.  The blocks are then dipped in dye, and transferred on to the textile, such as a cotton or silk saree, which is stretched on a flat work surface and fixed with pins to prevent the fabric from shifting during the process.  Usually, the border of the saree is printed first, followed by the body.



Design trends for hand block printed textiles change frequently, just the way fashion does, but the art doesn't lose its allure.  From traditional motifs to geometric patterns, large prints to intricate designs, there are a variety of styles.  As a result, Indian women can't ever have too many hand-block printed sarees in their wardrobes – some for different seasons and others for special occasions.  These include designer hand block printed sarees, such as the ones below, from Sakhi Fashions.


 

   


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Other Vendor Reviews & Blog Comments


Michelle Gomez Vendor Review: Grand Baccus Banquet -
- Reviewed by Michelle Gomez (Bride)
AMAZING WEDDING VENUE! From start to finish- BEST customer service / flawless execution of dinner service & not to mention HOT & FRESH food!! I would DEFINITELY recommend this venue to everyo ... Read Full Review or Submit Your Review
Amarjot Reader Comment: Real Wedding: Amit + Anna by Cineture
- Commented by Amarjot
Thank you for featuring our work. We really appreciate it. Amarjot Www.cineture.com ... Read Full Comment or Submit Your Comment
Tharani Vendor Review: Queen's Creation -
- Reviewed by Tharani (Bride)
Queenie akka was just absolutely amazing! With her cute smile and professional knowledge, she filled my wedding morning with laughter! Recommended for anyone and everyone in need of makeup or hair! ... Read Full Review or Submit Your Review
Manju Reader Comment: Real Wedding: Dee + Keith (Part One) by Kumari Photo & Cinema (Kumari Photography)
- Commented by Manju
Hi, My name is Manju Khunti I have recently see your work via internet, and I must say I thought it was excellent.... I am from the UK and I am coming to gujrati to get married in March 2015 ... I ... Read Full Comment or Submit Your Comment
Neha Bhandari Vendor Review: Sonia's Henna Art -
- Reviewed by Neha Bhandari (Bride)
I first contacted Sonia about a month before my destination wedding in Punta Cana and knew from our first correspondence over email that I would need to look no further. She was prompt in replying ba ... Read Full Review or Submit Your Review
Amna Hakim Reader Comment: The Magic of Love in Marrakech by Emotion
- Commented by Amna Hakim
sooooooo lovely!!! I loved the speech and the song selection is just fabulous <3 ... Read Full Comment or Submit Your Comment



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