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Indian wedding

Their pandemic living arrangement with in-laws is a blessing, they say.
I was the master of ceremonies at my brother's wedding. I wanted to engage the audience and what better way than using humour to do so. I searched for some wedding jokes for ideas but they were just too cliché-ridden. I stumbled upon some "Before Marriage and After Marriage" jokes using a play on Bollywood movie titles
Growing up just like every other little girl I sat in awe as I accompanied my parents to family functions and weddings. Fast forward some 15 years or so and now every weekend there are dozens of weddings occurring simultaneously at various temples in the metro-Vancouver area. And each of these weddings symbolizes not the love between a couple -- sure there's that, too -- but rather a price tag.
Anyone who has had or has ever been to an Indian wedding knows that they are not like other Canadian weddings. Indian weddings can last four or more days of festivities -- they really do become a marathon of sorts.
Most couples worry about prenuptial agreements, wedding day weather or how their guests will behave. Math should be the furthest
After months of research and swatches you finally got your wedding outfits in order. Colour coordinated, jewelry and make up synced with footwear to match or compliment the outfit. But once all the hoopla is over, does that expensive outfit get packed-never-to-see-the-daylight again? That doesn't sound right
GUEST CODE: Thanks to our multicultural society, you may find yourself at a wedding this summer that celebrates in ways you
GUEST CODE: Thanks to our multicultural society, you may find yourself at a wedding this summer that celebrates in ways you
Weddings involve countless customs and traditions no matter where they take place in the world. Whether it’s an extravagant