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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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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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Ignite your creativity with FB Celebrations' 'Beyond Ambition Virtual Fest'

The virtual festival will host two unique sessions each week conducted by industry experts on varied topics of interest.

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The Big Fat Indian Wedding now moves to be an Intimate Ceremony: Anoop Singh, Founder, Aakar Wedding & Events

Weddings have become a more personal affair and being a wedding planner, one will have to strive to invent personalised decorative ideas to make the 'Big Day’ a memorable one writes Anoop Singh.

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Inextis events launches Inextis Weddings

Inextis events, the parent company of Inextis wedding, is an Award-winning experiential company, which delivers through thoughtful creativity and impeccable execution.

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Getting people accustomed to Wed-Tech is a big challenge: Rishika Agarwal & Navam Gupta, Couple-Preneurs

This pandemic has been a blessing in disguise for the wed tech industry as people are much more receptive of digital solutions now, than ever before.

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FAIVM urges government to lift restrictions on the number of guests in wedding ceremonies to save lives of millions of service providers

FAIVM has demanded that the number of guests attending the wedding should be decided on the basis of the area of the wedding venue.

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With slack in demand, top event venues are offering distress discount upto Rs 10 to 15 Lakh

The recent government guidelines allowing smaller 50 pax events/weddings has rebooted business for most venues but does not promise a smooth revival.

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Wedding business is expected to be back on track by this December: Rituraj Khanna, CEO, Q Events

Having completed 13 years in the industry, Rituraj Khanna of Q Events shares his 'sprint to success' story with EE. Read on.

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