Multi-cultural Weddings

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Win Your Wedding Ceremony Accessories with Confetti.co.uk

22/08/16 • Ceremony Alternatives, Civil Partnerships, Civil Weddings, Multi-cultural Weddings, Religious Weddings, Traditions & Customs, Wedding Ceremonies, Wedding Vows

You could win your wedding worth an incredible £40,000, including up to £1,000 worth of wedding ceremony accessories in our free to enter competition. Take your pick from aisle decorations, themed ceremony sets, cute pet accessories, brand new vow books and so much more.   Aisle Decorations A decorative backdrop and aisle runner creates an attractive dedicated… read more

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Wedding Ceremony Vows, Music, and Readings

01/10/08 • Ceremony Alternatives, Civil Partnerships, Civil Weddings, Hymns & Music, Multi-cultural Weddings, Other Articles, Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies, Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning, Wedding Readings

Your marriage ceremony is the most important part of your wedding as it’s when you actually make your vows to one another and become legally married. And for most couples it’s no longer just a case of finding a local church with a free weekend…. Find out here what you need to know to have the… read more

Go east with Confetti

13/02/07 • Multi-cultural Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Go East with Confetti All eyes are turning east this season, and the launch of the new confetti east website – www.confetti.co.uk/confettieast helps anyone planning an eastern style celebration. With two of Bollywood’s biggest stars, Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai getting married this Spring, Liz Hurley planning not one but two eastern themed weddings, and… read more

Wedding dressing – eastern style!

13/02/07 • Multi-cultural Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Wedding dressing ‐ eastern style! Tradition Bridal attire consists of three parts: • a ghaghra or lehenga ‐ the full length skirt • the choli – the close fitting bodice • the odhini or dupatta ‐ the veil Lehenga Traditionally, a full skirt. Contemporary designers now mean styles can incorporate as much as ten metres… read more

Happily ever after: a Confetti East guide to relationships, compatibility and well-being

31/10/06 • Multi-cultural Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Advice and top tips on how to ensure that your bond in marriage continues to thrive and grow, both with each other and those around you… Achieving a perfect balance between looking after one’s own needs and those of another is never easy, Getting married opens up a whole new area of relating, whether it… read more

Wedding fashion and beauty: the complete Confetti East guide

31/10/06 • Multi-cultural Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Possibly the most fun part of a wedding is choosing your look for the big day. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to go shopping and get yourself a complete makeover to look like a true princess on your wedding day… Whether you are sticking to a strict budget, splashing out on a… read more

first year of marriage

The Confetti guide to the first year of marriage

10/10/06 • Multi-cultural Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

It is said that most marriages that can survive the first year of marriage have a better chance of lasting in the long‐term. Just as you wouldn’t show up on your wedding day without all the preparations, don’t start your marriage without some sort of planning for how the two of you will grow and… read more

Make friends and win influence with your mother-in-law

10/10/06 • Multi-cultural Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Here’s how to manage your relationship with the other most important woman in his life… Think outside the box We’ve all heard the jokes, seen the Bollywood films and the never‐ending saas‐bahu television serials depicting the typical mother‐in‐law. However, to base a real life relationship on pre‐conceived ideas is to warp it from the beginning.… read more

Great tips for making a marriage work

10/10/06 • Multi-cultural Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

How to maintain a feeling of happily ever after… Delicate balance Any partnership is a fine balance between the self and the other, but if each one tries to be caring and sharing then both stand to gain. Achieving this perfect balance between looking after one’s own needs and that of your partner is not… read more

Top tips to make your Henna Night a success

10/10/06 • Multi-cultural Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

The perfect henna night should bring together all the right ingredients, allowing you to relax, letting go of pre‐wedding nerves and enjoy this happy occasion with your closest friends… Who to invite Keep the occasion relaxed and intimate by only inviting those who are close to you. Don’t feel pressured into inviting every female relative… read more


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