Congratulations to Shaily, our Holiday Season Giveaway Winner!
Comment #8 (by Shaily) was randomly selected as the winning post:
“Welcome back, Neha! Can’t wait to read about your trip
I highly recommend the bride and groom think about the little aspects of their wedding and how they can incorporate their personalities into it.
My favorite things at our wedding were the things that truly represented us and our off-beat nature: our sock monkey picture book instead of a traditional guest book and our personalized wooden cake topper people custom painted to loosely resemble us.”
Shaily – Congratulations! What a great tip! Definitely a great way to add personality and personal touch to your wedding. Hope you will enjoy treasuring your memories in this picture frame.
Holding this giveaway was so much fun!
To all my giveaway participants – I, and am sure our readers, really enjoyed reading your creative tips for planning an Indian Wedding.
Shreya – I agree with you how contrasting colors can add pazazz to a wedding.
Jessi – During weddings, emotions run high and things can get overwhelming. I agree that friends and family come through during these pressing times and one should always ask for help.
Sweta – Mehendi is such a girlie event and I agree with you that chudi, payal and scarf stalls, or even when given as favors, would be a big hit!
Komal – I totally agree with you. A live fortune teller would definitely be a hit at Indian Weddings! It would definitely become a topic of conversation at the party.
Dharma – I loved both of your tips! Again, coming back to personal touch and adding your own personality really makes a wedding special.
Shilpa – Karaoke Mehendi night sounds like a blast! Would love to see that at a Mehendi Event.
Thanks again for participating in the giveaway! We hope to hold many more giveaways in the future.