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Navin and I actually spent 5 years in the same boarding school in Malaysia but were never friends (we just knew of each other's existence). We connected 10 years after leaving high school as we both worked in the nonprofit sector and wanted to share and learn from each other's experiences. That awkward first meeting turned into an unexpected love affair! Navin proposed in 2014 at Thermes Luxury Villas while we were on vacation in Santorini (he knows how much Greece means to me as I've been there 9 times).
Thankfully, Navin too fell in love with Greece and although we both wanted to get married in Greece, we knew it wasn't going to be the most convenient location for our family and friends. Fortunately, our attempt to have the wedding at other 'practical' locations didn't work out and as soon as we discovered Poema Weddings, we knew a wedding at the exact spot Navin proposed was now a very real possibility. It really felt as though the entire universe had conspired to make our Greek wedding dream a reality!
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In part one of this post, you learned about how much it will cost you, as the wedding couple and your family to have your amazing Indian destination wedding. You may be wondering, what will it cost my guests?
Destination weddings are undoubtedly better value. Firstly, you can combine your wedding with your honeymoon saving you perhaps $5,000 to 10,000. Additionally, you will have fewer guests at your wedding, meaning more manageable numbers for your reception costs.
Save-the-Dates and Wedding Websites go hand in hand when it comes to destination Indian weddings.
Today on CineMonday, a recent fusion wedding at the Hard Rock Riviera Maya. Note the Dreamsgate’s aerial shots from its drone right at the beginning of the video.
Part of the charm of a destination wedding is the adventure of travelling to a far off land to experience a different place and culture with not only your soulmate but also your closest family and friends.
This gorgeous destination Sikh wedding in Paradisus Playa del Carmen by Jonathan Cossu will brighten up your day!
In this CineMonday wedding video of Samira & Biren, watch the groom's family and friends take a very creative approach to the Haldi ceremony.
Are you considering a destination wedding? It's worth knowing the laws in advance of booking your resort or venue.
Today on CineMonday, a Indian destination wedding that demonstrates how a couple can take advantage of the venue (and the smaller guest list).
A handy timeline guide to help you keep things on track for your dream Destination Wedding.
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An emotional Indian Wedding video inspired by a the memory of the bride’s father.
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Fusion Hindu Indian Wedding of Erica and Vijay by Wedding Documentary
More and more a wedding is becoming a media production. Instead of simply a videographer, you will have the option of hiring a cinematographer. Rather than just a photographer, you’ll can find a photojournalist. How about telling your story through wedding design versus simply decor.
Full to brim and perfect poses, this Indian wedding of Anita and Rohit by Lin and Jirsa Photography is awe-inspiring.
Having your wedding at an all-inclusive resort offers many opportunities to have an experience with your guests. All of these resorts have a variety of activities for couples to enjoy - both as a couple and with their guests.
Happy CineMonday! We're back today with a high flying Sikh Indian Wedding Video of Gurp and Aman by Vissare Media.