Indian Fusion Weddings - October 27th 2016

When East meets West - Glitzzy Events can do the rest!
With the world becoming one big melting pot of various cultures, colors, religions etc. it is not surprising that more and more people of different races and backgrounds are meeting and falling in love. This fulfilled John Lennon’s dream which he quoted in his now immortalized lyrics ‘You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us. And the world will live as one”
 
What does “Fusion” mean? - It is the process or result of joining two or more things together to form a single entity.  In my world and context, the single entity is “Marriage”, the union of two people who are in love and want to celebrate this joyous feeling and share it with their family and friends. At the same time, it is also the fulfillment of a special dream for the bride and groom and their parents.
 
Every fusion wedding is a chance to showcase ancestral culture and traditions to bring a representation of tradition and modern age décor that will make each wedding truly special. In order to ensure the successful fusion wedding execution, it is really important that the bride and groom have their parents, family, and a fusion wedding planner who truly understands both cultures, its uniqueness, and most importantly – is there to work for YOU!
 
As a wedding and event planner for many different events like Diwali, Christmas, Birthdays, Anniversaries and Weddings, I especially enjoy fusion weddings. My goal is to ensure that these wonderful couples who come from different cultures and backgrounds can start their lives together as one. I’m inspired by the way families come together to celebrate diversity and differences.  
 
My advice to all couples who are planning a fusion wedding – Know you’re ‘A, B, C ,D ‘ !!
·         A  - Always be prepared for subtle resistance  and difference of opinions
·         B - Be flexible. Remember the day will pass, but you will have to live with your decisions forever
·         C – Common Sense Approach. While you may want the perfect dream wedding, keep in mind, budget and cultural sensitivities
·         D – If you cannot make up your mind on something, ask yourself, is this going to be a deal breaker, if you cannot have it  :)
 
Plan in advance, and leave the planning to someone who takes the stress out of your hands and let you do want you need to do - Enjoy your day and make special memories happen.