5 steps to look perfect in your friend’s wedding

Wedding bells are ringing for your best friend and you go all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed to dress up for her wedding, more than her. You are already bewildered thinking about the hottest designers across the city and different types of dresses you’ll wear for her occasions. Here are some of the steps to get ready for your best friend’s weddingHow to get ready for your best friend's wedding:

  1. Dressing: Indian weddings are bigger than life where dressing becomes an invariable part. Just like the bride, you too are stressing over what to wear on her big day! You can find ample of designers and their designs online for your traditional wear. Select the best designer and let him do the rest.                                                 PS: Wear different types and different colored outfits for each occasion. It’s your best friend’s wedding and you have to be at your best.  Go for a smart Indo-western style for her sangeet, lehnga choli for her wedding and a saree for the reception.
  2. Make up: Prefer a professional makeup artist who can work on you according to your outfit. You can go for the all out glam look during the day. But remember one thing- Less is more! Don’t get your face made into a mask. Only accentuate your best features!
  3. Hairstyles: Make sure your hair is neat and washed before every occasion. There are innumerable fascinating hairstyles you can team up with your attire. To name a few- fishtail braided side ponytail or the stunner pulled back style during the marriage, twisted chignon, waterfall twist cascading curls, etc. for the reception.  Again, don’t repeat your hairstyles
  4. Accessories: Isn’t wedding attire incomplete without accessories? Ethnic yet classy clutch bags in a contrast color will captivate the onlooker’s attention! These clutches works best for an evening occasion. You can go completely traditional in the day by carrying lovely hand-embroidered potlis. Wear a bindi to symbolize your beauty. Have minimalist neckwear, bangles and earrings in case of a heavy dress.
  5. Footwear: Lastly, wear comfortable footwear. You don’t want to trip while dancing, right? All time safer option would be traditional wedges.

Appearance becomes an inevitable part during the weddings and these 5 points will help you look the next- perfect-girl-after-the bride.

Move over cliché wedding gifts!

Here’s a plot. You are reading a newspaper in your house and the door bell rings. You get a wedding invitation card from a distant relative and the first thing that pops up in your mind is, “what gift should I buy?” But then you heave a sigh of relief when you read this line in the card “No gifts, blessings only”. Yet, you would expect a return gift, won’t you? Don’t be shy; we all expect it.

Here’s the second plot: It’s your beloved daughter’s wedding and you want to do things differently so that the wedding becomes the talk of the town.  This also includes giving unique return gifts to your guests. The dilemma arises when you have to select the return gifts.

We at Tarusa World strive to bridge the gap between the two scenarios by offering you a wide range of exquisitely handcrafted home, lifestyle and fashion accessories. These products are made by artistic Indian craftsmen who have given their soul to every product and filled them with vivid colors.

Move over cliché wedding gifts!

A wedding gift is an opportunity to congratulate the newlywed couple as they begin their new lives. So, gift something meaningful and extremely thoughtful that can add value to their new home. Move over cliché wedding gifts like showpieces, clock, crockery and most importantly cash covers. Here’s a tip to lessen the burden while selecting return gifts for your guests- categorize the guests in terms of friends, close friends, colleagues, relatives, etc. Once done, the father of the bride-to- be can make a budget and work accordingly. You can save your time by visiting our website www.tarusaworld.com and find an array of fine handcrafted products apt for gifting options.  We are also showcased at various offline outlets.

Tarusa Purple silk wine cover with block printed all over floral motif with jaal border        Tarusa Gota Patti Embroidered Aqua silk cushion                                                              Tarusa Red silk potli with all over paisley border with white moti beads and zardozi work

Trust us, a wine cover as a return gift to your colleague or an ethnic handcrafted clutches to your female friends will be cherished for a long time. What could be a better gifting option to your extended ‘new’ family  members than the hand-embroidered cushions, table mats, tea cozies and table runners  that will brighten up their homes? Let them proudly showcase these gifts during the festivals. Thus, let’s break stereotypes this time and get people talking about the wedding.