Sunday, February 7, 2016: Toronto Congress Centre was venue to the city’s widely anticipated annual show packing a perfect entertainment storm with fashion and lifestyle extravaganza for anyone planning to exchange wedding vows in upscale Bollywood style and panache. Touted as North America’s largest and longest running, the Suhaag Show has defined itself as a one-stop destination for planning and executing your dream wedding with elegance and ease by uniting under one roof services you will invariably need like fashion, catering, luxury rentals, make-up, décor, live entertainment and much more to make your special South Asian wedding the most cherished memory of your life.
Many enticing giveaways kept adrenaline running among throngs of audience like the grand prize of 7 nights all-inclusive land stay at the Iberostar Dominicana PUJ in Dominican Republic, courtesy Absolute Wedsite — Destination Wedding and Honeymoon Specialists; a foursome round of golf, courtesy ClubLink; a one-night stay at the Jacuzzi suite at the Monte Carlo Inn etc. The entry fee of $10 for a day-long event of fun, fashion and frolic, with doors open between 11 am to 7 pm was the greatest giveaway for anyone looking for an engaging cultural afternoon to spend their weekend and take away priceless ideas of learning what makes South Asian marriages talk of the town world over.
Among the many highlights of the event were the two fashion shows at 1:30 and 4:30 pm featuring the hottest and hippest wedding trends from GTA’s top fashion designers. Where female models looked stunning in their sublime attires of ghagra-choli’s, salwar-kameez and saris, men captured heartbeats with their suave traditional wear and tuxedos. Would-be brides and grooms were flooded with creative ideas to mimic in their own weddings.
A must-attend annual event, the Suhaag Show always lives up to its promise of full value for money and more with a packed day of cultural immersion celebrating one of the most vital events in most South Asian families: The Wedding Day!
About the author:
Vinita Kinra has been featured among 150 most remarkable Canadians by Canadian Race Relations Foundation. She is a Toronto-based author, editor, speaker and activist, best known for her short story collection, Pavitra in Paris, launched to critical acclaim in 2013. She is also a contributor for India’s largest English daily, The Times of India.