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.
When two foodies get married, there will always be a different menu choice. Shami and Sandeep share their journey of a sumptuous food and a grand wedding, as featured in Asiana Wedding Magazine.
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?
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.