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Hi smile999

Are you still doing wedding coordination for Indian destination weddings? If so, please let me know. I have at least a year to plan, however sooner the better.

Thanks!

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hi

 

i am going to get marry here in cabo ( hindu ceremony.)  by any chance somebody know a place near to cabo in US (san diego or LA) where i can find the hindu wedding dress??? i have been trying to find some store by internet but its hard

 

any help or advise it will be helpful.... i am start to plan everything but its complicate because it will be a hindu and catholic wedding... 

 

thank you  

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Hi there, 

 

I am interested in doing a destination wedding (probably Mexico) and my husband to be is Hindu.  I am of English/Dutch descent and we are wanting to incorporate aspects of both a Hindu and a Western wedding into ceremony.  I saw your post that you do that for a living so any help you can throw my way would be greatly appreciated.

 

Cheers, 

JENNIFER 

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Congratulations and welcome to the forums! I love shooting Hindu weddings are they are so different and colorful! As long as you go with the shorter, ummm... 1 hr or so ceremony!!! 

Have fun with your planning and best of luck.

Linkn

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Hey Jenn,

 

I am also planning a Hindu-Christian destination wedding. Ours is in Punta Cana! 

It's been an interesting experience so far...message me if you have any questions!

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Yes please stay in touch, I would love to hear how things are progressing.  Ours is taking place late 2012 so we still have time to work the details out.  I would love to hear which aspects of his religion/culture and your religion/culture you are incorperating since we are having a hard time deciding.

 

Cheers,

JENNIFER

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Hi 

 

If you are planning a destination wedding in Mexico, we can help. Contact us at fairytaledestinationweddings@hotmail.com for more information. We planned a wedding for half the price of what the hotel charged. 

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Hi there,

 

I know there are brides that will be planning and there are n't many resources for Hindu weddings here so I wanted to add some vendors that we worked with recently in Cancun.

 

Wedding Planner - Elite Events Management

 

Venue - JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa
Caterer - JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa
Caterer - Taste of India
Hair/Make-Up - MVP
Decorator - Weddings by Zuniga 
Sound/Lighting -  AVP
Mehndi - Darcy Vasudev
DJ - DJ Suj
Priest - Vimesh Thakker   - (played the priest in the movie Picture Perfect with Jennifer Aniston)
 
 
Elite Events Management spent a year planning the wedding and did an excellent job and were incredibly nice!    The decorator took care of the flowers which I thought were really lovely.  
All of the vendors were top notch!
 
Happy Planning!
Jennifer
 

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Hi, does anyone know anyone that's planned a Hindu wedding in Jamaica? I am trying to plan one and would love some tips!

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