One in Ten Couples Want 'Live Wedding Streaming'

Video invites with QR Code, wedding story journals and 45-minute cinematic wedding films were a few of the hot trends at the ongoing India Wedding Show 2015

Published: 31st October 2015 06:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st October 2015 06:09 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The three-day India Wedding Show 2015 which began in Hyderabad on Friday pointed towards the emerging trends of the upcoming wedding season. The keywords heard at the venue were ‘hitech wedding studio, wedding story journals, wedding live streaming, video invites with QR Code, 45-minute cinematic wedding films etc. Nearly 10 per cent weddings go for Live Wedding Streaming said an expert wedding planner.

The highlights of India Wedding Show 2015 included live fashion shows, bridal make up, wedding stage everyday between 6 to 8 pm.   

Entry is free for the show that is open for public from 11 am to 7 pm till November 1.

About 80 exhibitors have showcased many wedding related products. Namdhari, which has diversified into Wedding Décor, show cased a mock pandal, reception set up, which was the highlight of the show. The other was ‘Smart Wedding’ concept which was about record wishes for the couple. The store offers live cast and content cast of various recordings as they happen around the studio and event. It will have photo booth, like in the west which captures funny faces with props. They also provide No Content Wedding Invites with QR Code that can be read with the help of smart phones. The message can be customised and all these the packages  start from Rs 4 lakh. 

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