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chandreka Engagement Ceremony: Chandreka + Vijey by My Wedding Photographer Studio
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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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Had a wonderful experience with Payal. She did my bridal makeup and henna beautifully and provided much needed flexibility in her schedule. ... Read Full Review or Submit Your Review
ismat Reader Comment: Monthly Giveaway - Sai Vachan Creations Gift Card!
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Ritu Bedi Vendor Review: Sonia's Henna Art -
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Sonia did a great job with my mendhi, and at my henna party. everyone loved the additional gems and sparkles she added to their designs. she was flexible and stayed overtime when the party ran an hour ... Read Full Review or Submit Your Review
Sania Reader Comment: Real Wedding: Sania + Rasheed (Part One) by Adnan Ansah Photography
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Amazing and the most perfect wedding photographer I have ever come across. Perfect blend of perfection with delightful personality. Thank you adnan for everything . You are a gem . ... Read Full Comment or Submit Your Comment
seema Vendor Review: Far East Wedding Decor -
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Thank you Shruti for doing such a beautiful job for our wedding. We got tons of compliments and the photos came out gorgeous. We would highly recommend Far East Wedding Decor. ... Read Full Review or Submit Your Review
Nisha Reader Comment: Real Wedding: Richard + Mina (Part One) by White Sapphire Photography
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Great colour theme for the mandap. The outdoor concept looks quite unique and exquisite. The bells were a great addition. ... Read Full Comment or Submit Your Comment



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