We spoke to 10 influencers and entrepreneurs on why they – and we – are so waiting to attend weddings like we used to once again.
An invitation to a wedding has and will always be received with a smile. It’s a chance to meet friends, relatives and make new connections!”
Sima Taparia, Matchmaker & Star of Netflix’s ‘Indian Matchmaking’ Show
The best thing about weddings is that we hope to meet our near and dear ones from all over at the next wedding! So it’s more than just an event, it’s emotions, expectations and excitement.”
Aarti Surendranath, Cause Ambassador (Animals & Environment)
An event may be a one-day or a week-long celebration, but a wedding is a life-long one. I love to look back at photographs of weddings I attended, and relive those moments of immense joy!”
Meera Ali Kotwara, Designer
Getting to mingle and make friends is the best part of attending weddings. Everyone is relaxed and in a mood to enjoy. It’s a great occasion to enjoy the best of food, music, beautiful decor and the company of loved ones.”
DJ Sanjeev and Sandeep Vyas, Singer
Seeing the bride’s traditional wedding ensemble is always very special as it goes beyond just her style and speaks so much about who she is – her emotions, what inspires her, who created the garment for her happiness, and also showcases the talent of expert craftsmen.”
Priyanka Khanna, Lifestyle Entrepreneur
We love love! The promise of eternal love makes a wedding ceremony an emotional one!”
Bhavna Jasra, Entrepreneur
Weddings are where I get to dress up in bling and wear jewellery including the most precious ones handed to me by my mother. Well, this isn’t the ordinary dressing up we do to party with our friends on a Saturday night, it’s what I want to wear and what everyone will notice!”
Pooja Rizvi, Jewellery Designer
“I get to dance, eat and celebrate with my family and friends at weddings. I love how I can see everyone dressed up for the different occasions, and I enjoy getting my Indian and Indo-fusion avatars on!”
Manasi Scott, Actress/Artiste
For us, a wedding is that one occasion where happiness is shared, magnified, and the feelings are remembered forever.”
Namita Agarwal, Entrepreneur, and Shiva Keshavan, OLY (Six-time Olympian)
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