It’s always such a fulfilling feeling to be financially independent and do things on your own, right? And what’s better if you can fund your own wedding? This South Indian Millennial Bride financed her unique contrasting cultural destination wedding in Goa with a compact guest list involving only the closest of friends and family, and WedMeGood helped her plan the whole wedding exactly how she wanted it to be! We are talking about Rakshitha and Pushkar, who had a very intimate and beautiful destination wedding in Goa with only 80 guests.
The Bride Rakshitha funded her own wedding and planned everything on her own by taking the help of WedMeGood. She was very excited and wanted each and every detail to be taken care of, and she was guided by WedMeGood at every stage.
From booking the perfect venue for her intimate millennial wedding, finding the perfect professional makeup artist to finding the photographer for capturing her special moments, she booked them all scraping the squabble via WedMeGood – Indian wedding planning website and app.
She says that weddings are to be happy and enjoy the moment, and hers’ was a mixed culture wedding. She had all her preparations in a hassle-free way without stressing one bit.
“The reason why I want you to share this story is that there are many people who end up getting stressed about their wedding and many brides depend on families for doing everything. I think brides and grooms just need to chill and plan and fund everything on their own, like my fiance and I did! All you need are your thoughts, and the WedMeGood app in your phone baby, and you can make magic happen!” She happily told us, and we cannot agree more!
Rakshitha was looking for wedding vendors on the WedMeGood app, and she found each vendor according to her choice of liking. She especially loved the work of her decorators and was impressed by the services. She thanked WedMeGood for each and every vendor she booked.
She loved the work of her Makeup Artist and the designers who helped her to look flawless on her big day. The wedding was special as it was a cross-culture one and she dressed up in a South Indian Kanjeevaram Saree as well as the traditional red bridal lehenga along with the groom who had to wear a wedding sherwani as well as the South Indian Dhoti for the two different ceremonies.
Her guest list was small which insured that each and every guest was given proper attention. The Bride and Groom’s families stayed in Goanese Villas booked only to themselves while the guests stayed in the nearby hotels. She felt like they were having the wedding at their very own backyard as there was no disruption in the privacy of the families and the venue was also easily booked via WedMeGood.
The Bride tells us that her’s and the groom’s families happily traveled Goa together, had a great time in the wedding without any commotion and chirpily says that WedMeGood kept it all smooth. Well, if this isn’t wedding goals, we do not know what is!