Is your big day coming soon? Are you going Gaga over your wedding plans? Then you should probably stop stressing right now because you don’t want to get unnecessary stress lines and dark circles around your eyes. Because we have come up with the best wedding magazines in India that will help your big day look like a fairytale; that you have always dreamt of. Whether you want a big fat Indian wedding or a simple and modest wedding, these wedding magazines have the perfect solution from decor to your dress, making everything picture perfect.
Remember the times; we got spellbound with our favorite celebrity’s wedding that we made cut-outs from papers or magazines. Or the time when we went to the lavish wedding of our friends or family then bookmarked every single detail so that we would know what to include and what no to on our wedding list. It is time that you add more authentic and catchy details to that list. Because these wedding magazines not only give an inside look of some lavish and royal weddings but also tells the story of some inspiring brides and there not so “big-fat-wedding.”
So here is a list of the top 10 best wedding magazines in India:
# 1 Wedding Vows
If you are looking for a south-Indian wedding, then this is the perfect magazine you should get your hands on. With all that tips on how to ace a Pattu Saree look or what temple jewelry you should pair with what – wedding vows gives the ultimate south Indian wedding vows with a touch of modern Indian bride trends. The wedding magazine features some of the inspiring real-stories of various couples every week on their special columns. Not only that but also intricate wedding tips for fusion bridal looks, travel, honeymoon, wedding themes, and trendy notes on the wedding from Bollywood and around the globe are to the point.
#2 Femina Wedding Times
Femina wedding time is one of the top wedding magazines in India. It featured many Bollywood actresses to big celebrities in bold avatars recently month after month. From a detailed description of Bipasha Basu’s Bengali wedding to floral decors and bringing the Nath back in the trend, their wedding secrets, and whatnot, it simply is the beginner’s handbook to a successful wedding. One of the best issues their Yami Gautam issue, providing guidelines for brides who want to go out of the box for their big day and not just give notes on ethnic attires but also get in the ultra-glamorous zone as well.
#3 Wedding Affair
Wedding affair magazine gives you minute details about a single thing that you need to research for your big day. From the right brand to pick for your wedding to wellness products to keep your glow always on, this magazine is full of information. They also serve the best ideas for wedding planning, destination wedding, venues, decor, photography, invitation, shopping, and even your bridal makeup artist. Looks and outfits straight from the ramps for your extravagant wedding or the modest minimalistic wedding it is the go the magazine for every bride-to-be.
#4 Harper’s Bazaar Bride
Everything glitzy and shining you will find in the harper’s bazaar bride, and we would suggest you should put your shades on now. It is one of the popular wedding magazines that does not only feature brides but also grooms that come up with starry covers probably every month. Taking bridal inspiration from Sonam Kapoor’s edgy look to slam khan’s classy groove, every issue of the harper’s bazaar bride is an eye-catcher. One of their most trendy issues ‘when art weds fashion’ published, set some unbelievable vintage trends. They serve fresh look books of ultimate lavish and fashionable jewelry of India that would help you ace your classy yet unique looks.
#5 Vouge Wedding
Currently, there might not be any vogue wedding issue, but occasionally when they issue one, they nail it. It featured all the big weddings of the last year that were the talk of the town. From Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra’s grand ceremony to Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja’s glamorous wedding, they gave an inside view of the jaw-dropping arrangements. Vogue stole all the limelight last year when they came up with the Sonam Kapoor’s wedding edition, serving all the exclusive details from the most fab wedding of the year. Intricate details on outfits, look, jewelry, and even about the Mangalsutra is a lot of takeaways not only for the bride/bridegroom but for the family and friends too.
#6 Mandala Weddings
If you want to take a leap from all the glitzy celebrity weddings and dive into some real-world weddings and their stories of making it successful, then Mandala weddings are the perfect magazine for you. Leaving behind all the trends and hypes of lavish big-fat-Indian weddings, they feature brides and groom whose simplistic approach and realistic emotions make their big day a perfect one. Not just destination weddings at a royal Rajasthani palace or on the beaches of Goa but, they give us an exclusive taste of beautifully captured memorable Indian weddings from around the globe.
# 7 Brides Today
Do you want to stay ahead of the current happenings in the wedding world? Or you want to remain updated on who is getting married to whom or who is not; the Brides Today is the magazine for you. You would find spicy gossips to crazy tit-bits, and most importantly, the exclusive details from their wedding. Not just for your big day but all the important things you need to check the box before your Mehendi, Haldi, or Sangeet. With the color trends to the latest couture showcase from your favorite designer, this is a one-stop destination for all the celebrities wedding details who tied the knot recently.
# 8 Wedding Sutra
Wedding sutra is the digital version of the A-z of weddings. Celebrity wedding archives, real wedding stories, bridal tips, groom inspiration, destinations to bookmark, planning on arrangements, or even personal blogs, you name it, and they have got you covered. Unlike any other wedding magazine, it is user friendly and has an advantage on the go. With a bucket load of wedding diaries from the pan India couples, the takeaways are never-ending in wedding sutra.
# 9 WedMeGood
Another wedding platform on the block that serves you with endless wedding tips and assorted collections of the wedding from different parts of the country is WedMeGood. A vast feed to choose from, featuring wedding stories of north, south, east, and west. It is a digital version of the magazine that is also user friendly and also hooks you up with the best photographers, venues, decorations, and destinations. If you are looking for the perfect matches to your requirements, and to make your big day picture perfect, then this is the portal for you.
Suhaag is not only a wedding magazine but also a wedding brand that conducts glamorous wedding shows. It is also one of the renowned south Asian wedding magazines that feature Indian wedding stories from the colonies of Santorin and some columns dedicated to the motivational tales of bride and bridegroom distress. Other than pro tips for brides and grooms, they have got your back if you are a bridesmaid too. The bachelorette tips and things you need to add to your list to make your BFF’s big day turn into a grand one.
To all the brides to be, get your copy as soon as possible before the big day arrives.