South Florida MyShadi Bridal Expo Featured in Sun Sentinel
The South Florida MyShadi Bridal Expo, to be held on April 29 at the Ft. Lauderdale Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, was featured in a Sun-Sentinel article about extravagant Indian wedding trends.
- (1888PressRelease) April 24, 2012 - Indian parents live to see the day their children get married. Though budgets for American weddings are decreasing, Indian weddings continue to push the limits of extravagance and no cost is spared. The Sun Sentinel explores Indian weddings in the article "Elaborate Hindu weddings thrive in South Florida" (www.sun-sentinel.com/fl-indian-weddings-20120420,0,7744509.story) in its Sunday, April 22, 2012 edition.
Raj Shah of Desh-Videsh Magazine lent his expertise and encourages any newly engaged couples or those interested in learning more about Indian weddings to attend the upcoming MyShadi Bridal Expo on April 29 at the and the MyShadi Bridal Expo were Fort Lauderdale Marriott Coral Springs Hotel from 12 - 5 pm.
Over 60 wedding and event planning vendors will be at the eighth bridal show arranged by Desh-Videsh. The Expo will feature incredible exhibits, where vendors, such as wedding and mandap decorators, clothing and jewelry boutiques, photographers, venues, and florists, will showcase the latest in Indian American wedding trends.
Admission to the show is free for all attendees. Couples can pre-register online at www.myshadibridalexpo.com. Registered guests will be entered into raffles for a free honeymoon trip to India among other fabulous prizes.
The My Shadi Bridal Expo will be held on April 29, 2012 at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Coral Springs Hotel (11775 Heron Bay Boulevard, Coral Springs, FL 33076) from 12 noon to 5 pm. For more information about the My Shadi Bridal Expo, call Desh-Videsh at (954) 784-8100 ext. 200 or send an email to info ( @ ) deshvidesh dot com dot
Desh-Videsh, first published in 1993, is a community magazine geared towards the interests of the South Asian community. Desh-Videsh strives to keep traditions alive and instill new generations with a sense of cultural awareness. Focusing attention only on the positives of the community has become a cornerstone of the upbeat publication.