Blog Posts - Bengali Wedding



The Blushing Bride: Madhumita Sarkar

Hello everyone,Finally after months (feels like ages) I am back with my “Blushing Brides” and today with me I have a super pretty lady from the City of Joy, Madhumita Sarkar. She got married on 29th January this year and today she is here to...
by Deck and Dine on Nov 10, 2016

The Blushing Bride: Sayanki Chakraborty

It is said marriages are made in heaven and after going through the chapters of my life, I have to agree that it is true. Two years back at this time, I met the person who is now my husband. I was not exactly looking for marriage at that time because...
by Deck and Dine on Jul 15, 2016

The Blushing Bride: Shrayashee Saha

Hello everyone,Today we have another gorgeous bride on our “Blushing Bride” section. Meet our pretty bride Shrayashee Saha, who got married on December 2014. Yes, it has already been a year that she got entwined in this beautiful bond, but the me...
by Deck and Dine on May 12, 2016

Bipasha Basu Wedding and Reception Look Breakdown and Who Wore What

Relationships in Bollywood can be quite confusing. The story of Bipasha Basu getting married to Karan Singh Grover, is currently the talk of the town. While people are trolling Karan big time on the hatrick, I am more interested in our Bengali bomb B...
by Deck and Dine on May 2, 2016

The Blushing Bride: Mrittika Mitra

Hello ladies,Today on “Blushing Brides” we are featuring a very pretty lady from the City of Joy, Mrittika Mitra. She got married on 29thJanuary this year and today she is here to share her wedding moments with us. Here is what she wants to...
by Deck and Dine on Apr 20, 2016

Gaye Holud and Its Importance in the Bengali Matrimony

In traditional Bangla, holud stands for turmeric. The turmeric paste is applied on the body of the bride-to-be before their wedding day. As per the general belief, turmeric has medicinal qualities, which purifies the skin and adds a glow to it. Turme...
by Matrimony Knots on Jan 30, 2012

A Beautiful Inter Caste Wedding In Bengali Matrimony

Generally Bengalis are considered to be conservative when it comes to the decision of marriage. I got lucky to attend the wedding of my friend who recently got married to a guy from Bihar. The wedding was fun as we got a chance to see a mix of custom...
by Matrimony Knots on Dec 27, 2011

Beautiful Bengali Wedding {Spotlight on Tamarack Studios}

Karishma & Shez were married on 12/28/08 in a traditional Bengali wedding ceremony at the beautiful Calamigos Ranch. I fell in love with the amazing decor and vibrant colors of this wedding. Thanks to Bridal Inquirer’s Featured Vendor
by Bridal Inquirer on Jan 22, 2009


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