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God is in the details, and it’s a mantra keenly followed by Indian weddings. More often than not, it’s not just the rituals and the outfits, but the unique ideas that make a wedding memorable. From luxury cars that the bride and groom can hire to palaces one can rent off Airbnb, the Indian wedding market is bursting with great finds that allow one to make the ceremonies memorable with minimal effort. Here, we’ve found the best wedding services currently in the country that will ensure your nuptials are different from everyone else’s. 

Luxury car rentals

car rental

Baraat and wedding cars are getting more and more popular by the day. Car companies like Avis India are offering luxury and vintage rental cars for this purpose. So whether it’s a theme-based wedding or just a bucket-list car for the groom, a cool vehicle can be hired for the couple. From a classy convoy of 9-10 cars to luxury coaches for destination weddings, these can add another facet to the wedding. Plus  the fact that luxury fleet service providers like Avis India and Presidential Wheels are also offering every premium car to rent is a win for 2019 weddings. 

Customised kaleere

kale ere

Instagram is filled with beautiful pictures of brides matching their kaleeras to the colour of their lehengas or even the groom’s sherwani. Fact is that this traditional jewellery piece is now taking on a new avatar – it’s about giving it a chic look with a personalised design or insignia. Labels like Mrinalini Chandra and Raa Abta by Rahul work towards creating these kinds of beautiful kaleeras. 

Trousseau packing

Poshwrap

This is a tiny but important detail, because just like the gift, the packaging counts as well. From saris to wedding favours to even trousseau packing, services like Wrapistry (who focus on delicate vintage ideas), PoshWrap (minimalist packaging), and Wrapping Bells (bold, colourful work) ensure everything comes wrapped beautifully and perfectly. 

Love story lehengas

Personalising one’s lehenga is the trend du jour and no one does it better than designer Kresha Bajaj. It all started with her weaving her own love story into her lehenga and that meant the proposal, her first meeting with her husband, words that describe their relationship, all embroidered on the lehenga. Now, more and more brides are looking at customising their love story onto their wedding outfits, and Bajaj does this beautifully. 

Featured image by Beginnings For You

Latha Sunadh
Deputy Editor
When she's not trying on a new serum, researching on yet another classic fragrance and sharing lip balms with her 5-year old daughter, Latha Sunadh keeps it reined in with a nice song and a good book. Special skills include obsessing over handmade, home-made and handcrafted luxuries.