With wedding undergoing changes in line with modern outlook of couples and families, the potential of fun element in weddings is on a rise. Starting from the that are no longer boring, clichéd or drab. It is not only the bridal lehenga that has to be designer, even the are making a splash on the designer scene. Today we bring you one more trend and that is of unconventional and fun pre-wedding shoot.
A pre-wedding shoot serves as a memorobilia of the times before wedding and also save the date cards. The best part about a pre-wedding shoot is that you have quite a bit of time on hand and of there is an enthisiastic “Want to be a photographer” friend then you would be saving a lot of money. If you have a videographer booked for the wedding then ask him to do this photoshoot on a hefty discount! You do not have to venture into some exptic destination for this photoshoot. Props like flowers, candles or even a nice greenery laden landscape can add a magic to your photoshoot. Change your costumes multipletimes for the shoot and keep it quirky. Crazy goggles, retro themes, twisted faces, flower beds etc can be some simple fun ideas for the photoshoot.
If you want to loosen your pockets for the shoot, then going underwater, jumping from a plane, paragliding etc can be included in the shoot. Keep your make up for the shoot light. Remember it is the pre-wedding shoot not the wedding itself. Keep the colour palette of your pre-wedding shoot different from your wedding one. Otherwise both will look almost similar and you don’t want that!
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Just the way our make an impression and bring uniqueness with each of our cards, every wedding possesses a strong individual character even if underlying sensibilities are similar. Across the faiths whether it is Hindu, Christian, Sikh or we have cards that are sure to strike a chord with your heart. With this note let us get you onto another fascinating ride into the wedding décor world which seems to having unlimited possibilities!
This time we take the nature and bring its magnificence into your wedding. Flowers like roses, orchids, daisies and such known beauties are common in weddings. But have you ever thought using simple and easy to find plants and flowers to decorate your wedding? They are easily available, cost nothing and look like million dollars! The trick is to use them and place them appropriately with a lot of panache and style.
Small bushy bouquets in globe-like vases on the table give a very classy feel to the wedding décor. You can tie flower laden sprigs, about two to three with lace and place it on the plates on the table. Alternatively use them to tie cutlery and napkins. Making a tree or big bush as a centrepiece would also be a good idea. If it is a day wedding, hang the picture of couples from the tree or the bush. If it is a night affair then illuminate it with lights to create a dazzling effect. Placing potted plants all around the venue also makes for a nice addition.
The platform where bride and groom meet all the guests can also have a lush green background. Erect it between two big trees with a lot of bushes and plants at the back that can be decorated with different type of attractive lighting. You can create themes around nature which could include flower broaches and crowns. Plants can create a very outdoorsy feel inside the wedding venue. If you love outdoors but not getting an ideal open venue, use these tips and give your wedding a grand feel.
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Just like all weddings have a in common so does the wedding décor shares its love for flowers from one wedding to another. They have gone from traditional and clichéd to modern and classy but there is no way they are exiting the décor scene as yet. These blooms add a breezy and zesty atmosphere to every wedding celebration. Some exude brilliant colour while others floor you with their soothing fragrance. Whatever be the reason behind the choice, flowers always talk right to everyone’s hearts!
So come to think of it, what are the most popular flowers making it to wedding scenes in India?
We have seen heavy garland style of marigold and mango leaves adorning walls and doors. Traditionally this combination is considered very auspicious. Combination of Jasmine and Roses also creates a heady combination of sharp and sweet fragrance along with contrasting colours. Roses have been a top choice for Indian wedding for almost forever. Their deep shade of maroon and red with sweet scent gels with Indian ethos like a dream. However, with weddings taking on and trying different looks, there are more flowers that are making to high pedestal here.
Peonies are fast replacing traditional roses and what more, they come in various shades and have a delicate scent as compared to slightly sharp Rose scent. Orchid themed weddings in white and purple are again catching rage with many modern couples opting for them. Orchids are sturdy and take quite a while to wither which makes them apt for warm and balmy Indian weather. African daisies have also made a lot of splash in many modern day weddings. They come in brilliant vibrant hues that make them quite versatile suiting a traditional as well as modern wedding celebration. They also make for a stunning addition to bouquets and centrepieces. Tulips, Freesia, Lilies, Chrysanthemum are other eye catching blooms that make your heart sway with joy.
We at KOC understand that even while encompassing common elements you want everything about your wedding to be unique. Our endeavour is to give you rare pieces of creation in form of your that borrow from the Hindu culture yet reflect their own individuality. You can step into our online portal and take a look at our to take a well informed decision!
We at KOC take an immense pride in our wide range of herbal extract methods and of that cover all kind of plant metabolites and of tastes, sensibilities and choices. Whether it is Hindu, Christian, Sikh or , we have all and more under one roof. Our online portal not only helps you in deciding upon that dream card but our blogs aim to provide simple tips that take a lot of herbal extraction and of stress out of herbal extract methods and of the wedding preparations.
This time we chose to touch upon the trend of plant extraction and of outdoor weddings. Large lawns, farmhouses and wedding gardens are now the preferred venue for weddings. Closed halls and mandaps are considered things of plant extracts and of the past especially for weddings before and after the monsoons. However, a wedding in outdoors has its own challenges usually from the elements of medicinal plants ppt and of nature.
Since it is outdoors, we strongly suggest to steer clear of volatile organic compounds and of disposable plates and glasses. Yes! That is out first advice, after all you do not want your wedding venue to bear that shabby look ones a gust of plant extract and of breeze has made its way throwing the used glasses and plates around. Just because it is an outdoor wedding, it does not mean that there should be no shelter at all. Haven’t we all heard of phytosterols definition and of sudden rains spoiling it all or sun getting too hot? Make use of metabolism example and of shamianas and a solid structure amidst the grounds would be a great blessing in case of dry plant and of an eventuality. In fact these days you have wide variety of chemicals for plants and of fairy-tale shamianas to choose from! If it is a day wedding, keep your menu light and refreshments running.
Get the venue sprayed with pest repellent a day before the wedding and also make use of metabolism example and of electrical repellent during the party. A wedding under night sky during winters needs some heating arrangement. You can either have portable blowers or bonfires that give a very romantic feel to the atmosphere; just make sure you have enough around the lawn. For a summer wedding, arrange for outdoor coolers to keep your guests comfortable.Hats, umbrellas, stoles and hand fans according to the season would also add to the mood. Keep the electric wires in mind since they can pose safety hazards especially with kids around.
An outdoor wedding is a great idea but also a tricky one to pull off. And as you gear to plan one, do get in touch with us for your as that is one trick we pull off every time with a lot of edible plant cell ingredients and of panache’ and ease!
We at KOC know how the local culture bears a strong influence on its people and their customs. This is why crafting that encompass religious tones and reflect regional sway comes naturally to us. However this in-depth know how comes from the fact that we go beyond the curtains to gather valuable knowledge on how different kinds of weddings take place and what makes each of them special.
This time, we chose Indian Christian wedding to share with our readers. If you have been invited to one of these weddings, then wipe your slate clean and forget the movie weddings! Now an Indian Christian bride need not wear a gown, in fact in South India the preferred attire is a white Saree. A bindi, maangtika, gajraetc that areusually associated with Hindu brides are also a common sight here. Also, don’t be surprised by the mehendi laden hands of the Christian bride. A pre-wedding ritual called Roce ceremony wherein turmeric and sandalwood paste is applied on the bride and groom, something you find only in India. Along with the ring exchange, you may also witness the groom tying a Mangalsutra around the bride’s neck.Chrisitian wedding invitation cards
In India, Christian wedding is again a long affair because sermons are usually included therein. The vows take only ten minutes but the sermons can run for over an hour.The “kiss the Bride” ritual is usually done away with in Indian Christian wedding and even if there is one, then it is as good as a peck. If you think booze and drinking is a given here, then you are in for a shock. Many orthodox Christians do not touch alcohol and drinking could be strictly not allowed!
With these wonderful amalgamations, an Indian Christian wedding give you glimpses of Indian culture. It is a treat to watch as to how certain rituals have transcended the boundaries of religion and envelope everyone just based on the geography. We at KOC take pride in this culture which is amply shown in our humongous array of attractive
Most of the weddings come with their own extravagance but there have been some weddings that have taken it all to a different league. These weddings made the world sit upright and take notice. They made us bright eyed and dazzled us with their magnificence and classy snapshots. Right from to the decorations and the spread of delicacies in these weddings was widely talked about. Now if you are wondering what we are talking about? Well these are the most expensive weddings in the recent history!
The first wedding that needs a mention here has to be the nuptials of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. About $ 48 Million was spent on this grand wedding at that time. If we correct that figure with present inflation rate then the number comes to a whopping$110 Million. Decades later elder son of Lady Diana and Prince Charles married his sweetheart Kate Middleton but thebill for Royal wedding was just about$34 Million but still quite extravagant! Both of these weddings were broadcast for hundreds of Millions of viewers across the world.Wedding invitation cards
Next in the line of elaborately expensive weddings is marriage of Steel Magnet Lakshmi Mittal’s daughter Vanisha Mittal’s wedding with Amit Bhatia. The week long wedding began with an engagement ceremony at Palace of Versailles and concluded at Chateau Vaux Le Vicomte. Chefs were specially flown in and Pop Star Kylie Minogue was the star performer. The wedding had fireworks at the Eiffel tower as its background and it all cost a cool $78 Million!
Another wedding from 1981 that is still fresh in minds of people is the wedding of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Princess Salama. Again a seven-day wedding which cost Sheikh a mind blowing $100 Million saw a stadium built to accommodate 20,000 people especially for the celebration. Emir of Abu Dhabi and his newly wedded wife fed the entire kingdom while travelling on horseback the entire week!
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In every family, after the baby is born a never ending hunt for that perfect name begins. The dauntless hunters (read parents) explore internet, books and involve their friends and families to suggest names until theyare loaded with a ‘name collection’. We at KOC know how important and heart-warming, a naming ceremony is for the proud parents. This is why we house a special collection of that go beautifully with a naming ceremony.
We would love to share some awesomely fun ideas with parents to make their baby’s naming ceremony special and memorable. For the starters, ask all your guests to write blessings and messages for the baby as they enter the venue. This would make for a wonderful record and a memorabilia in the album. Use your child’s pictures from the Birth day till present date as the theme of the party. You can also order for your baby’s picture stationery which can be used for wrapping return gifts andmementos for the guests. Along with the gifts you can give postcards with your child’s photo.
If you have a big garden then planting a tree ‘drive’ would be a great idea. If not, then in presence of your guests, plant a nice flowering plant dedicated to child’s naming ceremony. This is also an ideal opportunity to get your baby’s hand and footprint on clay. In the menu you can name dishes after baby related terms. Say Soother smoothie, ‘duddu’ drink, mum mum jalebi and so on. This quirky renaming of dishes would be very amusing for your guests. Now as your guests depart, give them mementos in shape of baby things. You could have cute keychains in shape of a sipper, bottle, soothers etc. Small note pads with a water print of baby’s photo and in shapes that are aforementioned also make for a nice gift.
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We at KOC believe in doing it the right way when it comes to a wedding. Whether it is that suit your taste or some exquisite extravagant piece that makes you swoon, we have it all in our collection. However this time we are crossing the fence to join the brigade of guests who are sure to make it to the wedding but really unsure of what to take as a gift. More so when they are invited to a Muslim wedding and unaware of the beliefs and etiquettes to be followed therein.
Gifting an artwork with Allah’s name makes for a great choice.It also comes with wide array of picks as you can choose a Wall art on different kinds of material and wood work. Calligraphic Islamic Art with verses from Quran is also an excellent alternative. Just make sure you are buying it from a reliable place and the sales person can translate the verses so that you know what exactly you are gifting and whether it is appropriate for the occasion. There are many online stores that exclusively deal in Islamic Art; you can pick one for the wedding from there. A hijab with rich work and jewellery like neckpieces in a pair would also be a safe choice.Muslim wedding invitation cards
Household appliances always make for good gifts because they can be used by the couple in their home. If you are close to them then do not hesitate and ask what household appliance would they like as a gift. It will ensure that what you give is needed and used. Islamic book on marriages would be a very thoughtful gift. Buy one with exquisite cover to suit the occasion. Never gift wine or any other alcoholic gift in a Muslim gathering since it is considered haram in Islam. Also except a nice Hijab or scarf, avoid gifting clothing pieces. If you have been privileged to receive the , then go with a lovely gift now that you have a fairidea about what is appropriate and what is not!
We at KOC are sensitive about your beliefs and go extra lengths to understand what you need. We house wide varieties of that are sure to impress you. Just browse through our online portal and we would be overjoyed to help you out!
Everyone wants to make his or her wedding day a memorable one, not only for themselves but also for guests and friends. Wedding themes have hence caught up on popularity and more and more couples are opting for larger than life wedding events. One such trendy and admired theme that goes like a house on fire with an Indian wedding is Royal theme. A few touches here and there, and you can have a king size Royal wedding for yourself.Royal Wedding Invitation
Since it is KOC, we talk about the cards first! Our make for an excellent choice if you are looking to create a Royal theme. These cards come in fabulous material and have a box-like encasing. Now that you have set the Royal theme with the card, it is time to look at the wedding décor. Go for golds and creams for the dominant hues with plenty of flowers and mirror work to go with it. Instead of chairs, go for sofas that are arranged in circular pattern instead of plain boring “towards the stage” look. Have every table bear the name of your guests on a white and gold label. This will ensure that a family or friends get to sit together. Candles and bouquet in white and gold would make for an impressive sight.
As far as bride and groom are concerned, they have to be dressed to occasion. We recommend going gold and cream with your clothes. The bride can have a tinge of deep maroon or red for that lovely contrast whereas the Groom can don a turban of the same these contrasting rich colour. Do not go for readymade headgear, arrange for the one that needs to be tied and complete it with a broach. Keep make up very Indian and minimal. If you look at the Royal brides, they usually have very simple makeup with lot of “Indian-ness” with a simple Bindi and rich stone jewellery.
These creative touches take your wedding from Clichéd to absolutely regal. With our you can begin the journey that is royal and fab at the same time. They wow your guests and make them look forward to the much-awaited wedding day. Apart from these, we have a wide array of that reflect the richness of Royal culture and colours that touch your heart. So start scrolling on our website now to find that perfect piece of delight!
So you have got a to a Sikh wedding and you are already making plans for that flamboyant affair. But wait a minute, read on and you might be in for a surprise as we take you through small details that must be kept in mind when attending a Sikh wedding. While it is true that the weddings of this community are known to be an amalgamation of crazy dancing, mouth-watering food and drinks, the main wedding called Anand Karaj is a very simple and sober ceremony. So though you can have all the fun in pre and post-wedding programmes, hold your horses at the main wedding ritual.
The main wedding usually takes place at a Gurudwara where a priest presides the entire ceremony. By rule man and women sit separately with their heads covered even if you are a man. So it is advisable to carry a handkerchief big enough to cover your head at all times. Also guests and the couple are expected to sit on the floor in Gurudwara. Remember never to point your feet towards the Guru Granth Sahib- the Holy book of Sikhs. For women it is strongly recommended that they should wear something conservative. Usually you would find ladies in Salwar kurta and dupatta on their heads at the Gurudwara. Talking is prohibited during the ceremony keeping up the basic courtesy and etiquettes of a place of worship.Invitation card for Marriage
It is also imperative to mention that shoes are not allowed inside the precincts of the Gurudwara. After the wedding, a spread of simple food is served at the langar as Prasad. All the guests are required to sit on the floor mats during this feast. The food is vegetarian and comprises of daal, sabzi, roti and halwa. The halwa is called Karah Prasad and is a typical dessert that is served in the Gurudwara. Cut to post-wedding party and reception, you will see hundreds of colours and a crazy after-party with lots of dance, food and drinks.
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