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Name: Loveleen
Country: Canada
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Hi, some of your tips are helpful but it would be more helpful if you will include more infomation regarding the cost of different menu, hotels, wedding gifts, dresses etc.
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Name: firejay
Country: Oman
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Most important is to start with a gifts checklist from which people can choose items according to budget If you are living outside of India the best thing is to say no gifts or send to a charity or no gift articles(meaning they give cash).What will one do with with more tha one ironbox/cooler/ whatever than recycle at another wedding WASTEful.Also, if u live outside of India buy only one wedding trousseu and the rest of the occasions wear choos eelegant usable wear.Use the money to buy sensible ,usable wear for ur country IF the prevalence of giving utensils, mitthai etc exist,time to stop by amicably talking to other party This HUGE fund scan coem in handy when the newlyweds set up their homes .Dont have those return gifts,which again get recycled.Sensibly talk to family members and stop buying dresses and gifts for them However much time u spend and whatever u buy NOT all are going to be happy.There will be ill statemnets Avoid by simply stopping all this .Give an "x" amt to charity or simply use that money for the children themselves Why gift and the listen to sore comments All these formalities came in between, recent trends NOT ANY AGE OLD CUSTOM this is a recent "who shines better"
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Name: David
Country: Nicaragua
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Name: e-it
Country: India
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Hie one economical way to cut costs is to send your wedding invitation cards by e- mail to those who have it . Saves money the trees and the environment .
Name: Married
Country: Singapore
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Hie ! I have been living in Singapore for the past 20 years and got married last december . Let me tell you that by the end of all the hulaloo I was happy yet DEAD TIRED . Our traditional wedding was in Karela India whre both me and my hubby traditionally hail from . However I grew up in Pune and my hubby in Bnglore . So in the end we had 1 wedding and 3 receptions - one in banglore , one in pune and needless to say one In Singapore with our friends and work associates here . Money was not an issue baz both my parents , and inlaws and me hubby contributed . But we had a madly running schedule , followed by a honeymoon (that helped us relx) . I wish this article knocks some sense onto the guest#s head as well . It is meant to be a happy occasion but it turns out MEGA STRESSFUL .
Name: natasha
Country: Morocco
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thank you for this article our teatcher said us that we must do an article in a country which speak english and talk about its culture and your article hepled me a lot in it thank you a lot
Name: Geeta
Country: U.A.E.
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Excellent these really help parents. Why spend on unnecessary things .
Name: lily
Country: canada
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Your tips are very helpful!!!
Name: Arti Dixit
Country: canada
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I liked your atical!!!
Name: gudiya :)
Country: england
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hi everyone. i am a British Indian and plan to marry my fiance in Mumbai in October 2006. He is from Mumbai so we have chosen to wed there and i will be taking my immediate family from the UK to Mumbai for the occasion (their first time to the buzzing city! i have been twice before). Could anyone let me know the rough costs for the following: a church ceremony followed by a small reception function for about 150 people with dinner, waiters, decorations etc. This includes a menu with meat and alcohol. What are the costs of having it in a 4/5 star hotel and the costs of doing it in a function hall? Can you also advise on the costs of a DJ, photographer and videoman? Advice, tips, and comments appreciated G :)
Name: Anand Rai
Country: india
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I am looking on advice on hosting wedding cum reception in a lawn vs hotel in months of december in Mumbai, Which would be more economical for a crowd of about 300
Name: soontobemrs.
Country: india
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I am looking on advice on hosting wedding cum reception in a lawn vs hotel in months of december in Mumbai, Which would be more economical for a crowd of about 800
Name: tina
Country: india
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i never been to india . but i will be there soon in march of 2005 i am getting married and i am happy so happy to but not sure how much it cost for every thing if any one knows please email me at m59771@yahoo.com to let me know please cause my soon to be wont tell me so i must know this if i am going to india thanks for whom ever helps me
Name: Diksha
Country: india
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i really miss india i don't live in india i live in New York i miss my whole family in india but my mom and is here except my whole family.
Name: mridul sapra
Country: india
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Name: CHRISTINA
Country: canada
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love it
Name: Pritesh PATEL PATELPRI@VERIZONMAIL.COM
Country: usa
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NICE JOB.. VERY HELPFULL UR TIPS.. SPECIALLY PPL ARE COMING FROM USA. FROM THEM ITS VERY NICE.. GOODLUCK:)
Name: Kavita
Country: canada
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Your tips are very helpfull!!!
Name: priya
Country: india
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Nice tips to cut cost!



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