A bridal lahenga is a beautiful example of Indian workmanship. A fine example can have sequins, inset stones, delicate embroidery, and exquisite fabrics. Any one of these features would justify treating your lahenga with care, so it should come as no surprise that a lahenga requires special care. In order to keep your lahenga beautiful for years to come, follow at least these steps:
1. Inspect and Repair the Fabric after Wear
So, you did it! You popped the question, and she said yes. Now, your fiancé is immersed in a world full of flower selections, fabric swatches and comparisons of invitations that really all look the same to you. While her excitement is endearing, it can also make you feel left out. As you plan your Vegas wedding, use these strategies to add a few personal touches to your special day.
Flowers are an integral part of the wedding décor, but they often become a burdensome problem as many couples don't know what to do with the floral arrangements after the big day is over. Instead of throwing the flowers away, here are two ideas for reusing wedding flowers that are Earth-friendly and may actually save you some money.
Resell the Flowers
It may be possible to recoup some of the money you spent on the flowers by selling them to another bride or other people in your community.