The Inaugural Issue Is Here

The Inaugural Issue of Mandala Weddings, the Magazine is here. Explore thru the pages and be inspired for your own wedding.

So, why Mandala Weddings? Why create an Indian bridal magazine and blog? The answer is simple; I wanted to develop a platform of inspiration that could showcase and introduce you to what I have been witnessing over the years. This passion project helps me to give back to the wedding community that I love so much. I also wanted to give everyone a platform to showcase their very best in hopes that it will inspire today’s bride and groom.

Inside this issue, you will find some of my favorite Indian weddings from this past year. I came across a destination wedding in Mexico where the bride and groom, along with their guests put their toes in the sand for a beach-front Sangeet. To a royal Santa Barbara wedding dripping in tones of whites and cremes with flowers cascading from the ceiling. A little something for every bride and groom.

If you are a fellow wedding vendor or a recent bride and groom inspire us by sending your photography, videos or consider being a contributor to our next issue.

Thank you to our team who helped to create our digital cover
Styling, creative direction and designer – Mani Jassal
Photography – Irvin Sindhu
Models – Bali Bassi and Pardeep Bassi
Decor – XClusive Design Decor
Hair and makeup – Rav B Beauty Concepts
Planner – Chic Productions by Sonia
Jewelry – Banglez Jewelry
Video – Majestic Films

Inside the pages are real weddings, lush decor and get the chance to meet wedding pros.

Take a sneak peek into the making of the cover, watch the video below

There's beautiful Sihk weddings happening across the country. Akbar Sayed Photography was so kind to share Alisha
"The soul of Sabyasachi is defined by craftsmanship. Every year, we try to explore how
Within the forests of Ranthambore are rooted eras of heritage. These majestic woods have witnessed
Rashmi and Sachin met during their medical school years and their friendship blossomed into love.
Afsheen Lalani and Sashi Tanuku had a short hybrid Indian wedding. The ceremony was held
Neil and Arti held their wedding in India in Agra for their close family members.
Venues: Lotte New York and The Plaza Hotel | Planning and Coordination: Touch of
A blowout reception made for a king and queen. Yesterday we shared this more out
Kavi and I knew each other since we were kids as my aunt was married
We love seeing industry leaders planning for their own family. One of the wedding industries
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