We want to extend all of you a Happy Thanksgiving! It’s been a great year for tanaRi events and we have a lot to be thankful for – our wonderful families, friends, clients and devoted readers that have supported us from the beginning!
We hope that everyone is spending their holiday enjoying delicious turkey, stuffing & pumpkin pie with their loved ones or spreading the love elsewhere by volunteering at a shelter or soup kitchen to provide to those less fortunate.
Most importantly, be sure to give thanks to those who have been integral to your life!
For some fall/holiday inspiration, check out our Fall Gala Glory Pinterest page!
They say rain on your wedding day is a sign of good luck. Well, it looks like good luck was bestowed onto the happy couple Sonal & E.E. as they overcame the clouds on their rainy wedding day in New York on September 8, 2012! Their fusion Catholic & Hindu ceremony was watched by guests under umbrellas as they weathered through the storm with the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge as their backdrop and simple pebble & floral decor with the sounds of a dohl player. By the time of their vows, the storms had passed and all were able to feel the full warmth of this special day. Sonal wore a beautiful gown by Payal Singhal.
Following the ceremony was a wonderful reception at the Scandinavia House with a buffet style dinner catered by the wonderful Jehangir Mehta of Mehtaphor.
Decor and photos were done by tanaRi events.
For more creative Brooklyn Bridge photos ideas & pebble decor, click here! If you have any questions/inquiries please contact us!
We hope that everyone celebrating the holiday of lights is enjoying bright festivities today! There are fun, safe and easy DIY touches that you and your family can do to make this holiday even more exciting without breaking the bank! Here’s some fun ideas for you —
Decorate the house with some colorful scarves to give a room the bright touches it needs!
Use tea candles to celebrate the holiday of lights! They’re inexpensive, you can buy in bulk at your local supermarkets/drugstore and they burn out quickly. ALTERNATIVE: buy electric tea light candles (they come in all colors and all you need is batteries! Great for houses with kids!)
Get crafty and use sand art to do in the driveway or for a fun activity for your friends and family!
For more Diwali inspiration, click here!