Month: November 2012

Pre Pleated Saree – A Great Innovation

A saree symbolizes the Indian tradition and culture.  Despite the ever changing trends, saree has never become outdated. It is considered as a royal attire due to its...

Elegant Collection by Meera Mahadevia

Luxury bags designed by Meera Mahadevia started as customized accessories for celebrities and even today her creations are not easily available. She started designing handbags more than two decades ago...

Indian Bridal Embroidery: Zardozi

On receiving a marvellous response from our readers on our post related to Phulkari, we thought of writing another post related to a gorgeous three dimensional Indian bridal...

Indian Bridal Embroidery: Phulkari

Phulkari is a folk art that originated in Punjab in the nineteenth century and it literally means floral embroidery. Phulkari embroidery makes use of darn stitch with brightly...

Nail Art Designs

Sparkle On Your Wedding Day with Fabulous Nail Art Designs

As a bride, you would like to glow from head to toe on your wedding day. To achieve this objective, many Indian brides are opting for creative, unique...

Bangles for Your Wedding Day

The tradition of wearing bangles in India goes back to 2000 BC and even earlier.Traditionally, bangles are associated with matrimony but the trends are quickly changing these days...

Tips for Application of Bridal Mehndi or Henna

According to an Indian belief, the darker the color of mehndi or henna on your hands and feet, the more your mother-in-law loves you.