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Vivaha 2006 a classy affair

If you are the kinds who wish to splurge on wedding planners, it's the place to be, reports Deepti Kaul.

india Updated: Sep 02, 2006 12:52 IST
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Vivaha 2006, the largest wedding exhibition of the country, kicked off on Friday at the Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi. As the name suggests, the venue was exquisitely decorated and looked like a snap shot of a lavish Indian wedding.

"The wedding scene has tremendously changed in India. People now choose to spend extravagantly on wedding decorations and want the wedding to be a grand affair,"  says Tarun Sarda, CEO, Vivaha Interactives and the man behind the event.

"Many of them are also opting for customised wedding solutions, be it outfits, jewellery or even the honeymoon packages. And Vivaha is the only event that brings all of this under one roof," adds Sarda.

Many top designers of India have also participated in the event. Trousseau expert Renu Dadlani, who's known for her intricately embroidered bridal finery, says, "I always use georgette for the bridal trousseau as it looks good on everyone and in every season. As far as colours are concerned, this wedding season, red will be the eternal favourite, besides pink and earthy hues.

How can an Indian wedding be complete without sweets and chocolates? Keeping that in mind, Vivaha also brings together some of the best chocolate brands. The Italian brand Ferrero Rocher has also exclusively displayed an array of chocolates specially customised for the Indian wedding market.

Besides clothes and sweets, you can also check out the latest trends in jewellery, accessories, watches, trousseau packaging, lifestyle refinements, lingeries and even hair products. So, if you are the kinds who wish to splurge on wedding planners, Vivaha is the place to be.

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