Anchal Bhatia

Anchal Bhatia, founder and editor of Bridal Couch was drawn to writing since the time she graduated from Delhi University in 2007. She has always been passionate about the wedding industry, but it wasn’t until her write ups on various networks started gaining popularity that she decided to start her own wedding blog.

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How to Plan a Garden Wedding

If you are lucky enough to have a gorgeous garden of your own, and are considering it as your wedding venue, there are certain practical aspects you cannot overlook. We point you some tips for planning your own garden wedding successfully.

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Pantone Color of the Year Wedding Inspiration

A soft pairing of pastels, Rose Quartz and Serenity are a breath of fresh air from the past vivid colors such as Marsala in 2015 and Radiant Orchid in 2014. There is something so perfectly refreshing about a blush pink and a light blue-sort of a girl meets boy, making this pair truly wedding wonderful. Here is how we envision these two colors blending this year.

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Wedding anniversary gift ideas

Anniversary is the time to get a little romantic and not panic over last minute gift ideas. That’s why we bring to you this list that will help you get started. Have a browse and see if we can inspire you for a perfect, romantic wedding anniversary gift – and congratulations on making it so far!

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vintage wedding venue

Vintage sounds in and hip. The thought of having any vintage stuff at home is something that dominates most minds. When it comes to your wedding, why not spunk it up by going in for a vintage one? Here are the best ideas to ensure that your vintage wedding comes through perfectly.

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Multicultural Beach Wedding

There is something so beautiful about multi-cultural weddings. The way they are able to combine different traditions and styles, and if done right the result can be absolutely stunning. And this is exactly what we have here with Sarah and Vivek’s wedding at the Park Hyatt. Take a look at these snaps from Sephi Bergerson. We got lost in them and you can too in the full gallery.

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Traditional Destination Wedding in India

Poorva-a Punjabi bride and Endre-a Hungarian groom fused their Indian and European backgrounds at a destination wedding in Ludhiana, India. Guests flew in from everywhere to enjoy the various festivities and ceremonies in January, 2014. Rishabh Sood from Candid Tales captured every precious detail and these photographs will keep you entertained and inspired for long.

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Real Destination Wedding Udaipur, India

Rishabh Sood from Candid Tales snapped all of these memorable moments starting from pre-wedding romantic couple shoot to the bride and groom celebrating and all ready for a much awaited honeymoon escape. Revel in the breathtaking highlights from this Indian destination wedding at Udaipur. There is so much to see!

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Caves are gorgeous and unique wedding venues

If you are looking for something a bit more exciting than the usual banquet hall wedding, these unique wedding venues will ensure that your big day is not forgotten quickly. From beaches and caves to castles and museums, take a look at these off beat places to tie the knot.

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Marsala Pantone Color of the Year Wedding Inspiration

Recently, Pantone crowned Marsala as its 2015 color of the year. And like always, we think this is a hue that will work beautifully when it comes to so many wedding related details- invitations, decorations, flowers, favors, and more. Here are some interesting ideas to incorporate Marsala into your wedding.

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Indian wedding tips

Invited to an Indian wedding but don’t know what to expect, how to dress, or what to gift? Well, to put your curiosity at bay, we have enlisted some basic Indian wedding etiquette that will help you sail smooth through the ceremonies and enjoy the traditional experience at the same time.

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