Friday, December 5, 2014

Things People Say At An Indian Wedding

Hi guys !

It's the Indian Wedding Season and I have been  to a LOT of weddings, and after you eat dinner and give the shagun there is not much to do except to evesdrop on other people's conversation ;)

So I got together with a few of my Indian Youtube buddies and we created :

"Things people say at an Indian Wedding"

Do watch it and leave your valuable comments !!! Also don't forget to share with your friends :)

WATCH IT HERE  : http://youtu.be/2uR3--zrk3s

Monday, December 1, 2014

Kalpanaa from Kalpanaawrites.com GIVES US THE ADVICE THAT YOU NEED TO HEAR!

Are weddings all about glitter, glamour and glow? Sometimes that’s all they seem to embody, with people carried away by fun, superficial but temporary matters - clothes, hairdos, venues and menus.

The truth is that a wedding isn't just a big party with a prince and princess playing ‘let’s dress up and have some fun’.

All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
  ~ JRR Tolkien

Kalpanaa


A wedding is such a huge celebration because its about a couple starting a life together – an exciting life full of shared decisions, shared meals, a shared bed a home together.

How do you harness that glitter, glamour and glow and make it last through a long married life?  How do you ensure you don’t figure in the divorce statistics or worse still live in the confines of an unhappy marriage to the end of your days?

There are a few surprising things to work on to maintain the overall health of your marriage, and yourself. Some surprising and some so incredibly simple you may be tempted to gloss over them.

Be who you are to maintain the glow
When you met your partner you, hopefully, didn’t try to hide your authentic self in an attempt to make a good impression. You may have dressed it up a little with a clean shirt or some foundation but you didn’t wear a mask and pretend to be something you aren’t. It’s your true selves that attracted you to each other, that struck a chord and drew you together. Holding on to that person who you were before you married is important. This is particularly important in Indian culture where couples are exhorted to ‘adjust’. Specially women. Don’t mistake ‘adjust’ for ‘give up who you are because it’s inconvenient for others. ’

roli gaur vashihst

Friday, November 28, 2014

Pictorial : Indian Wedding Kids Wear!

Kids look cute No Matter what, but add a tiny Anarkali, Saree or Lehenga to that equation and you have your self a perfect mix of the cutest kids ever!

Have a look at inspiration pictures for Indian Wedding Kids wear! 

(Family Members kindly do not read into this,
 it is simply a Blog Post and nothing else, now stop hoping!)






Friday, November 21, 2014

Floral Jewelry Real Bride!

Omg We were just talking about Flowers a while back and Look what I found!


This is an Old picture of my Cousin Dadi! She wore full flower jewelry on her wedding day!!

Monday, November 17, 2014

Floral Hair Style for the Bride

Girl!!! We have been seriously under doing Flowers ! I mean every time you think of flowers in an Indian Brides hair its mainly Jasmine (mogra) but once I started looking over at Pinterest I couldn't help but wonder why we don't incorporate more color!

Have a look at these pictures :


Friday, November 14, 2014

Gupta Tent : One of The Best Delhi Weddings


The minute any Wedding Card comes with the venue being Gupta Tent, me and my Husband get super excited, because the BEST DELHI WEDDINGS HAPPEN THERE!

Like amazing food and really good decor! I have so far attended two weddings there and both have been amazing. The catering is usually from Jain Caterers which again is amazing !

I have clicked a few pictures of the Decor have a look :

This is the entrance

I really liked the huge flower pots!



All tables had this little silverwear ! Plus the center table decor was just wow!

Monday, November 10, 2014

Maybelline Color Show Glitter Nailpaints

Maybelline India Color Show Glitter Nailpaints have became my favorite things of all time! I absolutely love them!

I am wearing Bling on the Blue

With one single coat you get the amount of glitter that is impossible to achieve with any other Glitter nail paint!

It also drys up pretty fast! The only issue with it is that it is hard to comes off.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Banana Hair Mask!

My hair has been pretty lifeless these days and I am trying to get it back to normal.

Its been dry, frizzy, dull and has become super rough. I am trying to find out a homemade mask that can bring it back to life!

I tried overnight oiling but somehow it wasn't effective enough, I read somewhere that banana masks helps a lot, So here is what I did ;

Ingredients :

1. One Ripe Banana
2. Two Tsp. Honey
3. Two Tsp. Coconut Oil

What I did with it?
I mixed it all together in a mixie, making it a nice soft mixture.
I applied this mixture evenly on my scalp and Hair ends.
Wrapped my hair in a Shower Cap
and Kept it on for 30 min.




I washed it off, make sure to wash it off thoroughly!
I continued with washing my hair like I normally do, Shampoo, Conditioner and then Serum.

The only problem was that it was a little difficult to get tiny banana pieces out of the Hair :/ As for my Hair quality right away I couldn't feel any difference but once my hair dried off I could feel it become a little softer and shinier, I have only done it once, will do it a few more times and see if it my hair quality becomes better.

 
Have you tried any Homemade Hair Mask? If so what was your experience ?

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