Inspiration Board: BWB Colours of the Rainbow–Turquoise

Last month, Noureen from Mybrownweddings contacted a range of South Asian wedding bloggers and proposed we join forces as the BrownWeddingBloggers (BWB). She had the great idea that each blogger create inspirtation boards based on a specific colour as our first joint venture. It was a great way to connect this small community of bloggers!

I chose turquoise for my inspiration board. It’s one of my favourite colours. I love that it is bright and bold, but can also be softened with the right touches. My inspiration board below takes the softer approach, with spring and summer weddings around the corner. Enjoy!

Photo credits (Clockwise, starting from top left): Charmi Creations, Eddie Ross, Charmi Creations, Martha Stewart Weddings, Blossom Box, Embellished by Tiffany

I also still do love turquoise with bold colour combinations, like red for example:

Photo credit: from Pink Rock Events by Adrena Photography

Photo credit: from Pink Rock Events by Adrena Photography

Make sure to check out other inspirations boards on these wonderful blogs over the next few days:


I feel loved!

What started as an opportunity for me to ramble about myself and wedding planning has turned into a cathartic and stress-relieving experience for me. I never predicted that writing, even about my wedding, could be so therapeutic and enjoyable!!

And so to be recognized by others for something I am doing for leisure is a great honour (remember–I’ve got a sub-threshold pathological need for approval from others?). I’ve received some love from a couple bloggers I admire, and it feels great!

Asiya from Aaina Bridal listed me as a “Blog Worth Noting” (Aaina Bridal is one of my favourite South Asian wedding blogs. Cool, stylish ideas and helpful tips are the cornerstone of this blog, along with some thoughtful reflections about the meaning of marriage and relationships.)

Gagan from Of Peacocks and Paisleys recommended my blog as a resource for South Asian wedding planning

Karen from posted my “Freedom of Speeches” post on her blog

Thanks to the above ladies for the recognition. I feel special!

“They like me. They really like me!”

I will do my best to post regularly and keep my blog informative, entertaining, and honest.