Real Weddings :A taste of India

Monday, 30 April 2012

As they celebrate their wedding anniversary, i just felt it was appropriate to show their wedding. Uzor had always wanted a touch of the indian culture in her wedding. She had a serious passion for India and Bollywood, so of course her theme was A TASTE OF INDIA, and her colours were red, yellow and gold, to represent the richness of the Indian culture. Congratulations Uzor and Rogba. J.W. is wishing you many more years together.

cake by cakes and candy
decorr by just weddings events
groom's cake

bride's sister serenading the couple
ushers dressed according to the theme

Venue: The Balmoral
Cake: Cakes and candy
Photography: Quartz photography
Make up: Unveil
Wedding Planning: Just Weddings
Bridal  hair: Bobby's
Decor: Just Weddings


Anonymous,  1 May 2012 at 04:25  

I love bollywood and ve been thinking of haing a bollywood theme for my wedding.seeing this on ur blog is given me the zeal to want it more, ur advice, hw do I confuse my darling parents to play along with my theme.

Anonymous,  2 May 2012 at 08:43  

I love the indian style too. flashing back now to when we used to watch the bollywood movies, my fav was sunita. i wanna av her kinda wedding too. lol. i'd be getting married next year, and am sure my parents wont mind this. its beautiful.

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