Pristine White

The tradition of white weddings originated in the 1840s when Queen Victoria banished the heavily brocaded gowns for the white lace confection, for her betrothal to Prince Albert. As news of this audacious move spread around the world, the Victorian elites embraced white into their weddings. What started out as a trend soon turned into a tradition. The colour became a symbol of prosperity. So usher in the whites with an immaculately cut bustier of Swarovski crystals, paired with an ivory chiffon saree to give an Indian twist.

Create a winterland wonder with snowflake accents, frosted glass ball ornaments, glass bowl centrepieces, white roses with floating candles to match the glittery shimmer of the white sand, forming the perfect backdrop for a fairytale destination wedding.

The Experts
The Heritage Of Artistry : A S Motiwala

A timeless brand, whose artistry has evolved during its long history and which fashioned the meticulously detailed designs that are sprinkled with a vision...

Exploring New Vistas Of Creativity : Hazoorilal Jewellers

Breathing new life into India’s glorious jewellery tradition yet keeping pace with changing trends, ensuring international standards of quality and enriching it...

A Promise Set In Diamonds : Nirav Modi

The unique mechanism in jewels from the Day and Night Collection allows each flower petal to be opened and closed effortlessly.

Disitinctive Dreamscapes : ET Weddings

Throughout his 15 year sway in the wedding industry Sarosh Patel, the prime mover of ET Weddings, has amassed the best setups and legendary designs..

Celebrating Romance Magnifique: La Folie

Chic, elegant and luxurious, La Folie Patisserie, the brainchild of Chef Sanjana, provides the perfect icing on the cake to commemorate that one special occasion.

Capturing The Solemnization : Parav Sahni Photography

No amount of happiness can be elicited as much as when the overwhelming moments of a wedding extravaganza are sealed.