Lately I’ve been to weddings where the friends of the couple have really gone above and beyond preparing entertaining games, funny skits or flash mobs to show their friends their love. Well, here’s a new idea to celebrate your friends wedding as their biggest fans (I love today’s feature - so much, that I will likely place an order for my next friend’s wedding!).
The Wakhtarrr Paper Company has created a fun accessory for bridesmaids, groomsmen, friends and families attending weddings to show their love for the couple. Custom cartoon tattoos of brides and grooms! They were a hit at a recent Mehndi party of this lovely couple, Zairah and Nick.
The temporary tattoos are safe, FDA certified colorants. All you have to do is provide a photo of the bride and groom. It will be “cartoonized” for your approval and then printed!
Check out the Etsy Store here. Shaadi Obsession readers will receive 20% off on custom orders placed before September 1st! Just use the code ShaadiObsession20 at checkout. Your bride and groom-to-be friends will love this!
Images courtesy of Matt Haas Photography
So, maybe Game of Thrones has nothing to do with weddings, but how would you like to get proposed to on the Iron Throne? This couple was visiting the Game of Thrones Exhibition in NYC this week to catch a glimpse of some of the costumes and props from the set. The now groom-to-be used the Iron Throne to propose to his girlfriend. For Game of Thrones fans like this couple (and my hubs and I), that’s quite a memorable moment! Check out the proposal here.
Hope to make it out to the exhibition today, even with the hour-long wait!
P.S. - if you can’t make it to the exhibition, and really want to propose on the Iron Throne, fear not - you can get one on the HBO Online Shop (only for a whopping $30k!)
Cute idea - #hashtagyourwedding!
Here’s the first event from Aparna and Karthik’s wedding celebration.
From Aparna ~ A few days before the wedding, we got our families together for a Kothary vs. Subramaniam Game Day. There were obstacle courses, mind games, and a cricket match. The bet was that if my family won the cricket match then Karthik would have to take my last name and vice versa. We won but Karthik has yet to make good on his promise :-) We really wanted to do the Game Day so our families could get to know each other in a casual setting. It was great because by the time the weekend came, our families knew each other and it made it so much more fun.
I love the team spirit colors representing each family! Mehndi coming up next!