Wedding Shopping Made Easy

Published: 20th December 2014 06:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th December 2014 06:09 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Indian weddings apart from being big and fat are elaborate, colourful and involve a lot of hard work to make every just perfect. To take some burden off your shoulders, a three-day wedding fair by Parinaya Events and Exhibition is being held at the Sri Satya Sai Nigamam at Sri Nagar Colony from December 21-23.With fashion industry under daily metamorphosis, it is not easy shopping for weddings, be it for bride, groom or the line of chacha-chachi, mausa-mausi, cousins and family friends. Besides the couple who are ushering into the marital bliss and want their wedding day to be nothing short of perfect, even family members aim at being their best on the occasion. But, shopping is not exactly everyone’s cup of tea--clothes for the wedding day and the pre and post wedding events starting with bachelor or bachelorette parties, haldi, mehndi and ending with vidayi--require a lot of time and most of all patience.

In view of all these difficulties, the wedding expo has brought all major fashion brands, latest designs and exclusive collection all under one roof for this wedding season.

Untitled-52.jpgThe fair has displayed over 1,50,000 designs from the collcetion of 90 designers from Mumbai, Banglore, Kolkatta, Delhi, Jaipur and Gujrat. Designers from South Africa and Dubai Master Designers and Jewellers have also participated. One can shop for apparels like salwars, tunics, zarikota, paithinis, Kanjivarams, Benaras, bridal wear, half sarees, kurtis, sarees, blouses. The expo has also taken care of the accessory requirements  with diamond and imitation jewellery and other accessories from all over country available at the fair.

Parinaya wedding fair is certainly a one destination for all those wanting to buy a wedding collection that is not only exclusive but also easy on your pockets.


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