Friday, July 3, 2015

Happy Shaadi Seattle June Round Up


Happy July everyone! Today we're going to take a quick look back over our posts for the last month, because wow, there were some fun ones! Thanks everyone who shared their work with us and we're looking forward to a summer full of Seattle Indian Wedding goodness! Have a happy, fun, and safe 4th of July to all our American readers :) And everyone else, have a wonderful weekend as well!

New Color Boards

This past month we've revamped our color board template for a more customized look. We will be continuing to feature current trends in fashion and color, such as Pantone's fashion forecast, but will be focusing more on those colors we thing to be best suited for South Asian weddings, like these two beauties Cashmere Rose and Marsala. We also incorporate our favorite products, like invitations, dresses, jewelry, and more, that fit with the color scheme and would help you get the look for your own event!




New Real Weddings

Now for the really good stuff! We're working directly with local planners and photographers to bring you real weddings from the greater Seattle area. This month we featured work from photographers Aiya Photography and Carlin Ma. If you haven't seen them already, by all means, go take a look!

    

 


New Wedding Trends

 



New Additions to the Vendor Guide

If you haven't dropped by the Happy Shaadi Seattle Vendor Guide lately, well you totally should! We've got a ton of brand new photographers and decorators on board who we know are capable of helping you plan your dream wedding. Go take a look, and be sure to tell them we say hi!

 

 

Link Love

And lastly, we like to share a little link love from around our favorite corners of the web. Here are a few articles we've found that we enjoyed. They might just inspire you as well!

8 Wedding decor trends to watch out for... via Wed Me Good

Do interfaith relationships have to mean pluralism via The Secret Wedding Blog

10 Accessory dos and don't for the 2015 bride via Wed Me Good

A pre-wedding shoot with a difference via Wedding Sutra


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