After March, April is yet another month for spring and summer lovers.It’s the perfect time to enjoy those vibrant colors that go with the sunny and warm atmosphere. Especially, if you are looking to host NRI weddings or have guests come from different parts of the world, late spring and bright summers are always a joy for international guests.
Indian weddings are known for their grandeur and scale. Typically visualized as large gatherings with events going on for about a week, Indian weddings ranging from the north to the south have been big affairs. But intimate weddings have now gained importance and are increasingly becoming popular, especially since the pandemic.
The Peacock Grove, a 2-acre nursery farm, is nestled near a 30-acre peacock forest, gathering its name from the forest, due to multiple sightings of peacocks. The space has a rustic feel, engulfed with lush greens throughout the property taking you back to the days of yore. The elements found around the property include stone arches, laterite stones, and swings to elevate the property to a heritage setting.
March is the month of spring and pleasant weather. It’s the time when the climate transitions, and the new flowers of the season blossom. Red roses rule the season of March, so if you are a rosy lover, it's the best time to plan your wedding!
As the month of love dawns upon us, we’d like to take a moment to appreciate the clichés. The overrated ‘pal-at’, an expensive once-a-year dinner date, that cheesy one-liner that can barely convey our wholehearted love, and pretty much anything to let ‘the one’ know how important they are. Love itself is a cliché, after all. Witnessing this beautiful, foolish, and stereotypical love in different forms, each day and all seasons has made us realize that it needs to be acknowledged more often.