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Bride and groom wearing face masks have been a common sight at weddings during the pandemic.(Photo: Sameer Sehgal/HT (Photo for representational purpose only))

No big fat Delhi wedding: Wedding industry wary of 50 guest cap, again

By Mallika Bhagat | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON NOV 19, 2020 02:05 PM IST
As Covid-19 cases rise in the Capital, Delhi government has reimposed restriction on the number of guests at weddings, much to the dismay of people in the wedding industry.
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As winter approaches, the wedding industry looks at a vague future despite relaxations in form of the graded reopening of the Covid-19 induced lockdown.(Unsplash)
As winter approaches, the wedding industry looks at a vague future despite relaxations in form of the graded reopening of the Covid-19 induced lockdown.(Unsplash)

Covid-19 impact: As winter approaches, Indian wedding industry looks at bleak future

By Asian News International | New Delhi [India]
UPDATED ON SEP 29, 2020 06:41 PM IST
The Indian wedding industry, one of the first casualties of this virus-induced lockdown, came to a standstill overnight as several marriages originally scheduled to take place in the first half of 2020 were postponed.
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Now that the limit has increased upto 100 people, the weddings also remain at the higher risk says Shivan Gupta, founder of a wedding venue in Chattarpur(Photo: Amaara Farms)
Now that the limit has increased upto 100 people, the weddings also remain at the higher risk says Shivan Gupta, founder of a wedding venue in Chattarpur(Photo: Amaara Farms)

A slight respite for wedding vendors, couples with 100-guest gatherings in the Capital

By Sanchita Kalra | Hindustan Times, Delhi
UPDATED ON SEP 12, 2020 02:52 PM IST
The decision brings in a sense of relief for the to-be-couples as well as wedding vendors in the Capital as they feel any minor relaxation in the guidelines is a big step for the struggling wedding industry.
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Karisma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor play baraati at Armaan Jain’s wedding.(Instagram/ Karisma Kapoor)
Karisma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor play baraati at Armaan Jain’s wedding.(Instagram/ Karisma Kapoor)

Shaadi in the times of Covid-19: Band, baaja and (low) business

By Sanchita Kalra | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON JUN 14, 2020 05:20 PM IST
The pandemic has taken a toll on the Indian wedding industry turning the big fat celebrations into small, intimate affair.
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No more big fat Indian weddings in the post coronavirus world?(Photo: ImagesBazaar (Picture for representational purpose only))
No more big fat Indian weddings in the post coronavirus world?(Photo: ImagesBazaar (Picture for representational purpose only))

Industry experts forecast new wedding trends post-coronavirus world

By Sanchita Kalra | Hindustan Times, Delhi
UPDATED ON APR 28, 2020 06:13 PM IST
From cutting down the guest list and hosting weddings in home towns to opting for wedding insurance and broadcasting the celebrations online, experts from the wedding industry foresee new trends
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The ‘big fat Indian wedding’ has now moved to Zoom amid coronavirus pandemic.(Unsplash)
The ‘big fat Indian wedding’ has now moved to Zoom amid coronavirus pandemic.(Unsplash)

The ‘big fat Indian wedding’ has now moved to Zoom amid coronavirus pandemic

By Bloomberg
UPDATED ON APR 24, 2020 10:58 AM IST
Gone are expensive hotel bookings and caterers, along with related industries such as home buying. The virus has helped achieve what the government has been trying to do for years: limit unbridled wedding-time extravagance.
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Colour coordinated outfits are the new trend in marriages.
Colour coordinated outfits are the new trend in marriages.

Colour and design-coordinated outfits are the new wedding season trend

By Akshay Kaushal | Hindustan Times, Delhi
UPDATED ON NOV 10, 2018 12:43 PM IST
Designers are now inundated with requests to create colour and design-coordinated outfits for the entire family, from three-year-olds to 70-year-olds.
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