Chennai: It feels like it was just yesterday that the magazine was born. Like a child who slowly develops into a strong adult, Wedding Vows Magazine has planted its roots strong in the industry completing four triumphant years this March. With more to come, Wedding Vows heartily thanks all its readers, clients and supporters. On its Anniversary, it looks back at the good times and looks ahead to live its dreams in reality. Team Wedding Vows presents to you the ‘Anniversary Special Issue’ to let you indulge in the Anniversary celebrations, and to offer you the right guide to make your wedding special.
On the cover is the ever charming actress Taapsee Pannushot by Ace Photographer Karthik Srinivasan for Wedding Vows. From gorgeous looks to a personality that is so powerful and inspiring, the ‘Chashme Badoor’ and ‘Baby’ actress is sure an ideal example of a modern Indian woman. The actress gets talking about following her heart, her roles, relationships and more.
If you are looking for good times as you wine and dine with your partner, look no further. We have the fantastic four restaurants in India and abroad that can make your dining a delightful experience.
Looking for the perfect wedding attire is one of the most nerve-racking experiences abride will face,especially forbrides whobelong tothe plus size category.Worry not.Designer VarunBahl suggestseasy tricks and tips to get thegorgeous wedding dress that fitslike a glove on the D-Day.
Marriage is a wonderful new journey, butbefore you start your marital bliss, there issomething you must experience – it’s the mother of all events; it can give you sleepless nights and turn you into that dreaded ‘bridezilla’. That’s right; it’s your wedding day!Actress Kim Sharma and proprietor of her bridal grooming consultancy, Liaison, sharesher simple bridal regime for the big day.
From big Indian and international movie stars to musical shows like Zangoora, she has styled them all! In over two decades, Fashion Designer Neeta Lulla has won many awards and hearts for her distinctive designs. A regular columnist with Wedding Vows, she speaks in the anniversary issue about her career,trends, and the launch of WWI-Neeta Lulla School of Fashion.
She’s elegant, eloquent and very effervescent.She has done all that only by sticking to one rule – to be herself and follow her heart. In the anniversary issue meet Apsara Reddy, the world’s only transgender woman to have helmed the features operations of two leading dailies, had radio shows in Australia and India, has worked with the BBC in London and now runs her own successful tabloid in South India,The Red Kite.