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If your looking for your dream lengha/saree + superb customer service + professionalism = (you’ve got) Khoobsurat Klothing. They provide trend-setting custom designed lenghas/sarees. They have a fabulous studio and they attend to brides on an individual basis.

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(Left to Right) First Row:  Lotus,  CTC West Lengha, Tealight Holder; Second Row: Radha Krishna painting ; Third Row: Black and Red Sari, Henna design cake, A Piece of Paris; Fourth Row: Henna design (National Geographic), Kothuvillaku (Flickr – Rr-kc)

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There are several options when it comes down to choosing the right hue of red for  your wedding.  Below are just a few ideas on the types of red you can choose:

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Set or create a theme for your wedding which will help bring all the elements together. A great color combination for a Hindu wedding can be Pink and Green! These colors are vibrant and work wonderfully together. It would be a garden inspired event, with beautiful pink and green flowers. The décor can also be pink, green and cream. The options for pink and green items are endless. Set the theme, set the mood and fuse modernism with traditionalism!

Row 1: Attire: Pink and white lengha; Invitations: vibrant green invitations from Indian Wedding Card; Tent: Beautiful cream Indian inspired tents from Raj Tents;Row 2: Décor: A clear glass globe vase, featuring a bouquet of hot pink gerberas, orange spray roses, orange bi-color roses and green button chrysanthemums, accented with oregonia, an inspiration from Boston Blooms; Attire: Pink accessories; Favor: Pink and green favour box from Karen Smallbone ; Cake: Butterfly Sweets.Row 3: Cake topper: Wedding Star; Cake: Noisette Pastry Works; Mandap: Pink and Green Mandap from Design 2 Décor; Attire: Cream and light pink sari;Row 4: Invitations: Garden inspired wedding invitations from Carte Blanche; Attire: Pink and gold bangles; Favors: Lollipops from Karen Smallbone; Décor: Lime. Row 5: Transportation; Mehndi; Place Cards: Tulip in silver pot wedding place cards from Impressions Are Everything; Lighting: Morrocan Inspired Lights from Kaboodle.

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