India 15 November 2016: Weddings in India are grand and elaborate affairs, filled with lights, colours, joy and splendor but shopping for it could be a giant task. A wedding dress is both an intimate and personal for a woman - it must reflect the personality and style of the bride. It serves as a totemic garment, symbolic of a major event in life. Celebrating Vivaha is back to fulfill all your trousseau dreams and to make your wedding a dreamy affair with its new collection.
Celebrating Vivaha unveiling the Bridal and fall collection exclusively on the 18th and 20th of November @ JW Marriott, Mumbai from 12 am - 8 pm.
With an array of designers exhibiting their latest collections, the exhibition makes shopping a relaxed and fun filled affair. Some of the prominent names who have made a special collection keeping in mind the trends that will rule this Fall/Winter Bridal season are Jiya by Veer Design Studio, Designer Sanam Tamanna, Fashion designer Aishwarya Design Studio, Designer The Cappuccino Collection, Paridhi by Pooja Jain, Anokkhi- Diamonds and Jadau, Studio SRG, Shree Nandita Jewel to name a few.
Tarun Sarda, CEO, Celebrating Vivaha exclaimed "We got an overwhelming response for the exhibition in tier cities like Delhi, Agra, Raipur, as we saw a lot of buyers coming in to shop in all our exhibitions. We are now gearing up for the Wedding season; where in lots of designers are coming up with new trends in their creativity".
Celebrating Vivaha is a 3 day event is from 18th October to 20th November 2016. This event showcases products like high end brands related to clothing, precious jewellery, trousseau packaging, cosmetics, honeymoon destinations, astrology and numerology etc. in the Wedding & Bridal industry. This event has an interesting mix of designer ensembles from different states which not only added variety but also made wedding shopping a pleasurable and convenient experience for the visitors.
Besides clothing, the exhibition also boasts accessory designers, footwears, photographers etc that complete the whole paraphernalia as far as weddings are concerned.