When you’re about to plan a wedding of someones dreams, it has t be perfect. Inspired by Beauty and the Beast, Krishan and Lukshmiera tie the not with a traditional Sri Lankan Hindu wedding followed by a grand reception at Grosvenor House.
Wedding shows are overwhelming but they don’t need to be when you follow our 12 tips to make the most of the National Asian Wedding Show. PS… get your FREE Ticket to attend.
A grand affair carefully planned and executed by pioneers Ragamama Ragasaan for your Maharaja themed wedding. Plan the perfect wedding day fit for royalty.
At Ragmama Ragasaan, we know from experience that sugar is an important part of any celebration, but the real reason behind serving Mithai to guests for any celebration isn’t based on a sweet tooth.
Some people call it a mission statement. We call it ‘our promise to you’. To provide a professional and seamless event management and catering service in a creative, innovative and cost effective manner; thereby ensuring that our client’s specific aims and objectives are fulfilled.
Grosvenor House has the iconic Great Room and is one of London’s most captivating wedding destinations as seen for the wedding of Anisha and Vikas.
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.