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Wedding Tales Decor In Motion

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WT Wedding Tips - Health Tips for the Grooms to be!

posted Jan 13, 2014, 7:24 AM by Noor Roseline   [ updated Oct 13, 2016, 11:55 PM ]

Health Tips for the Grooms to be by Wedding Tales~ ‎(Wedding Planners)‎, Bangalore, India

Noor: hey guys !! I'm noor.
Rose: hi guys!! I'm rose. 

Noor: and we are back with a brand new set of tips for you.
Rose: a lot of guys have requested that we do a video on health tips for grooms to be. And here we are!!
Noor: often grooms are told that a wedding is all about the bride but we say it's all about both of you. You need to match her at every step. So number one - anywhere between six months to a year before the wedding is a good time to shed that extra weight you've been putting off for soo long. And if you are a skinny man then use this time to muscle up a bit.
Rose: remember to do it the right way. Visit a nutrition expert, go to you local gym and set up meeting with a trainer to help chalk out an exercise plan and do not exert yourself.
Noor: in the month run up to the wedding - using foam when shaving instead of cream helps avoid getting a rash. Also use new razors to avoid any nicks and cuts.
Rose: no funky haircuts. That means no Mohawks, no shaving off the hair and do not color the hair too close to the wedding. 
Noor: if you want to experiment with your hair then best time would be three to six months before. So you have enough time to grow it out if it blows up in your face. On the other hand, if you like it you can just get it trimmed closer to the wedding. 
Rose: match your bride-to-be's smile by visiting the dentist a month in advance. Teeth cleaning is always a plus especially if you are a smoker. 
Noor: if you are having the big fat Indian wedding in the peak of summer then avoid the shervani !!The heat plus the thickness of the shervani is a recipe for a cooked groom or at the least a sweaty one. 
Rose: go for embroidered cotton Kurtas as they will be thin and airy and they look festive.
Noor: mani, pedi, facials oh my!! Don't make that "I'm to butch for that" face at us. If you are wearing open toed shoes like kolahpuris then a pedicure is your best friend. Trust us on this.
Rose: you will be shaking hands with a lot of guests, well-kept nails and fingers is always a plus - so go make that manicure appointment now. 
Noor: for the more adventurous guy, get a facial two weeks before. Or even just a cleanup is good enough to give you clear and glowing skin.
Rose: last but definitely the most important 
Rose: before you’re wedding, especially at the sangeet. 
Noor: two things you do not want at the wedding are being hungover and being bloaty. 
Rose: follow these tips and you'll look just as great as your bride. 
Noor: hope this was helpful. Please like, comment and subscribe.
Rose: follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. All the information is listed below.
Noor: check out our website at www.weddingtales.co for more helpful tips
Rose: so until next time -
Both: byeeee!!

WT Wedding Tips - Groom's Role in Planning a Wedding!

posted Jan 13, 2014, 7:10 AM by Noor Roseline   [ updated Jan 13, 2014, 7:26 AM ]

YouTube VideoGroom's Role in Planning a Wedding by Wedding Tales~ ‎(Wedding Planners)‎, Bangalore, India

Noor:  Hey hey. This is Noor.
Rose:  Hey guys this is Rose.
Noor:  Today we are going to discuss the groom’s role when planning a wedding. 
Rose:  Basically, how you can be a part of the wedding instead of the guy who just shows up on time.
Noor:  To start off with – Do not be a pushover !! This is your wedding too. Be actively involved in the wedding prep as well as take on responsibilities.
Rose: Remember to share your ideas too. You too have a vision for your wedding. Share it with your bride to be and the wedding planner and see how best it can be incorporated into the wedding. 
Noor:  Take responsibility – take off some of the stress by taking charge of certain aspects of the wedding like travel, accommodation, honeymoon planning or anything else that the bride may be getting overwhelmed with.
Rose: Be sensitive towards your bride. She is already going through an emotional rollercoaster. Be there as a pillar of support. Take her out for a romantic dinner before the festivities start to calm her down and relax her.
Noor: the staircase gentleman - A very important thing that you should remember is that during the wedding help her out while ascending or descending the stairs. She would be super loaded with a heavy outfit and jewelry. Your bride will surely appreciate the care you show.
Rose: Do something special on the big day. Send her a note or a gift while she is getting ready saying that you love her and cannot wait to begin your life together .. or something like that. 
Noor: Be courteous to your in-laws. They are giving you the most important thing in their lives. Make them feel that you will take care of their daughter as well as they did. Her family is now your family too.
Rose: But remember at the sangeet you are arch nemesis. The boy’s sides must put up a tough competition when it comes to the dance off. So practice, practice, practice !!  
Noor: Joota Chupai. Have eyes on your shoes at all times or you will end up losing a lot of money. 
Rose: With this you can be part of the most important day in your life instead of just attending it.

Noor: Hope you liked this video. Like, comment and subscribe.
Rose: follow us on facebook, twitter and Pinterest. All the information is listed below.
Noor: check out our website at www.weddingtales.co for more helpful tips
Rose: so until next time -
Both: byeeee !!

WT Wedding Tips - Health Tips for the Brides to be!

posted Oct 31, 2013, 1:33 AM by Noor Roseline   [ updated Dec 9, 2013, 2:46 AM ]

Health Tips for the Brides to be by Wedding Tales~ ‎(Wedding Planners)‎, Bangalore, India

Noor: Today we are going to share some health tip for brides-to-be.

Rose: Starting with hair care – In the six month run up to the wedding, Start oiling your hair once a week, every week with warm oil for healthy and soft hair. 

Noor: Consult your makeup artist or hairstylist for the wedding, much in advance about what you want to do with your hair – so that you can grow it out accordingly.

Rose: Do not get a haircut too close to the wedding, especially if you are planning to braid your hair.

Noor: Skin is always a major concern with brides. Sleeping for 8 hours a day can work wonders for your skin. Healthier & happier skin.

Rose: Water. Drink atleast 6 glasses of water a day to avoid skin problems. If you are someone who doesn’t usually drink too much water, then we suggest you ease yourself into the process. Start with two glasses and gradually increase the intake.

Noor: Do not experiment with your skin too close to the wedding. Parlor girls usually suggest new facial and clean-ups before the wedding. If you haven’t done it before then DO NOT attempt it now. Last thing you need is bursting into a rash.

Rose: Eating habits. Crash dieting is a very very very BAD idea. Please refrain from starving yourself.

Noor: Lose weight the healthy way. Eat 5 small meals a day. Also, moderate your intake. For example: have 2 rotis instead of 3. Fruits and vegetables are always a good idea. Protein rich diet will do wonders to your hair and skin. Consult a nutritionist for a detailed diet-plan. 

Rose: Two things that are ignored the most are: the teeth and the feet. 

Noor: A teeth cleaning before the wedding is a good idea. This should be followed by brushing twice a day and flossing whenever needed. See you dentist if you want any other treatments done. 

Rose: Cracked heels are the worst sight ever. Imagine the sore sight of cracked heels during your pheras. Get a pedicure done to smooth out the cracks. If they are really bad then consult a dermatologist for a treatment. 

Noor: Apart from this, regular exercise and a stress free environment will make you a happy and healthy bride. 

Rose: Look great and have fun at your wedding. 

Noor: If you like this video, please subscribe to our channel and follow us on facebook, twitterpinterest

Rose: Log on to our website www.weddingtales.co for more helpful tips.

Noor: Till the next video.


WT Wedding Tips - Planning An Outdoor Wedding!

posted Oct 22, 2013, 12:37 AM by Noor Roseline   [ updated Dec 9, 2013, 3:07 AM ]

Planning An Outdoor Wedding by Wedding Tales~ ‎‎(Wedding Planners)‎‎, Bangalore, India

Planning an outdoor wedding.

Today we are here to discuss the dos and don’ts of an outdoor wedding.

The number one thing when planning an outdoor wedding is the location or the venue. When finalizing the venue or location, keep three things in mind –
  • Number of guests you are expecting for the wedding. For a smaller group a regular size venue is fine. If you are going to have a larger group then make sure the venue is proportionate in size and capacity. You don’t want people to get claustrophobic or feel like they are sitting on top of each other. 
  • Second problem in Bangalore is parking. Make sure that the venue has ample car parking space. You can also have valet services provided.
  • The third most important thing is season. Monsoon and peak summer time is a bad idea. The monsoon is unpredictable which causes stress. In the peak summer time it’s too hot.

Summer wedding

If you can’t avoid a summer wedding make sure that you have enough canopies to provide shade or have the wedding in the evening. While deciding the menu make sure that you have enough juices and water to keep your guests hydrated. Have fans at different places to keep them cool. Sprinkler fans are the new things doing the rounds these days.

Monsoon Wedding

If you cannot avoid a monsoon wedding. Remember waterproof marquee is your best friend and water proof everything. Due to the wet ground heels of stilettoes sink into the soil. This ruins shoes and can hurt your ankles. 


Another big disadvantage of having an outdoor wedding is the mosquitoes. So fumigate the venue at least twice on the day of the wedding. And placing mosquito coils in different corners will help with the situation.

Winter weddings

If you are having a winter wedding which is the best time to have a wedding then remember to have a heating system of some kind like a sigdi. Don’t have just one, have them placed at different parts of the venue so they become an area of conversation and not a battleground for heat.

Venue accessibility

While choosing the location make sure that the restrooms and the kitchen are nearby. You do not want your guest to wander too far away to find a restroom or the food to get cold on its way from the kitchen. Make sure you have two separate entrances. One for the guests and one for the vendors.

Have clear signage directing people to the right place.

Restroom etiquette

Stock the restroom with appropriate amounts of toilet paper, hand wash etc. and make sure that all the taps are working.

Wheelchair Access

If you are expecting elderly people at the wedding make sure you have wheelchairs as well as wheelchair access so that they can get to the venue without having to walk too much.

Generator backup

A night wedding requires lots of lighting. Always have a generator back up just in case the power goes out. 


Have those placed at different places to prevent people from littering.

Hope this was helpful. Please like, comment and subscribe.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. All the information is listed below.

Check out our website at www.weddingtales.co for more helpful tips.

So until next time -


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