It is no secret that Indians love to celebrate, irrespective of the region we come from or the faith we practise. Traditional Indian wedding celebrations begin at least a week before the wedding day but continue well into the first year of marriage. There’s the first holi, diwali, rakhi, pujo, onam, karwachauth, Eid, Christmas… you get the gist. For a newly married bride the ‘firsts’ after marriage are special occasions to bond with the entire family.
Now that you’ve taken the marriage vows, the fun and parties don’t have to end. Soon after returning from your honeymoon you’ll be invited for lunches and dinners by family and friends. What a great opportunity to flaunt your wedding trousseau!
The wedding season is upon us and being a bridesmaid is no easy task. You are the go-to-person for the bride-to-be and you have the herculean task of keeping her calm and happy and yet get everything (from shopping outfits, jewellery etc to picking out photographers, invites, and planning her hen party) done perfectly and without breaking a sweat and still look your best.