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Organise the most aesthetic wedding celebration only at EsselWorld

Head to EsselWorld with your wedding planner and make your D-Day a special one!

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Add the celeb sparkle to your wedding: Niharika Jain

Niharika Jain, Partner, Chirmi Events shares a sneak peek into CHIRMI WEDDINGS archives. Read More.

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Amaara Farms launches 'Intimate Weddings by Amaara'

The sumptuous green landscape of Amaara Farms allows you to paint your canvas and customize everything under the sun.

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Experience India’s first ever immersive virtual wedding fair, ‘The World of Weddings’ from 23rd – 25th October

The virtual extravaganza revolves around three pillars; Experience, Engage and Evolve with the modern world of weddings.

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Curtain raiser of 'Har Din Shubh Hai’ campaign to be unveiled on 11th Sept at 4 pm

The Mega Launch of “Har Din Shubh He – VIDEO” will take place on 29th September on Zoom.

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Intimate timeless weddings by Taj

Spectacular venues of iconic Taj hotels in Kolkata, Delhi and Mumbai, having played host to millions of Indian weddings, make for exceptional urban locations for intimate weddings.

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How the wedding industry is navigating through the impact of COVID19: Shikha Nahata, Co-Founder, Espousal and Partner, Zeroin

From online wedding exhibitions to virtual planning, the wedding industry has identified new ways to steer through the pandemic.

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Espousal, a first of its kind online wedding expo to be held on 11th and 12th September

The event is aimed at supporting wedding planners, photographers, caterers, artists and many others in the wedding industry to recover from the impact of COVID19.

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Bombay Caterers Association seeks permission from the government for the survival of the wedding industry

The association has informed that they had no business since the last five months, which has severely impacted the industry.

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If Tanishq or Taj, Manyavar or Marriott release a wedding campaign, it may shed light on the shape of weddings in 2021: Parthip Thyagarajan, CEO, WeddingSutra

Families will make purchases because most of these buys are rooted in tradition and virus or not, the traditions will go on, says Thyagarajan.

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