Months of planning and the pressure in the run-up to the Wedding Day, you can’t forget the rings, can you?
Planning a wedding seems so easy but when it comes to an Asian wedding, YOUR wedding day, everything has to be perfect. Our tips to on how to plan the perfect wedding by yours truly Ragamama Ragasaan, the associate sponsors for Asian Bride Live at Olympia London on 19th and 20th November.
This weekend, the UK will see the largest wedding show in Europe with an expected number of over 18,000 visitors and 300 stalls. The show is now in its eleventh year and are held regularly up and down the country at major cities to bring together the best wedding suppliers to all those who are planning a wedding in the next year or two.
You are getting married! Are you going to have a Hindu wedding? What will your wedding be like? What do your wedding rituals symbolise? Why do you walk around the fire? And those are just a few questions your non-Hindu friends will ask when you announce that you are getting married.
Choosing the right caterer can make your wedding an amazing one. Invest in the finest caterer in the wedding industry for a memorable event.
The propsal in Paris followed by planning, a civil wedding, a sikh wedding a grand reception at Hilton T5, Harpal and Dipa give an insight to their day. As seen in Asiana Summer 2014 issue.
For Dipali and Sanjay Khanna’s multi cultural Gujarati and Hindu Punjabi reception, Ragamama Ragasaan created a culinary feast fit for royality.
When Harvey and Harpreet decided to tie the knot, they knew from the beginning that they would want Ragamama Ragasaan to cater for their event. Held in September 2013, the couple got married at Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Havelock Road and their reception was at London Hilton Wembley.
Once the venue is confirmed then next thing to book is the catering and for Harveer and Harpreet, Ragamama Ragasaan were the best out of the two recommended to them by Hilton T5.