I think food plays a very important part in any get together. The sharing of conversation and laughs over a delicious meal goes a long way in making memories. And for me, creating a beautiful setting for such beautiful moments
Diwali is round the corner again and I have been trying to come up with some new Diwali decor ideas for my home this year. Now I do realise that ‘new’ doesn’t necessarily mean ‘never done before’. It usually means
Do you remember the tissue paper pom-poms I made last week? Well, those were still hanging prettily above the dining table, when we decided to have a small get together at home with a few friends. And that set the
When I think summer tablescapes, I think all soft, white and pastel to beat the heat. Then I look at the bright pink bougainvillea in my balcony and the flaming red Gulmohar on the road outside, and my brain does
Happy New Year all, and welcome 2018! Today, we have the top 5 posts of 2017. Posts that you guys really loved, shared, read and re-read!
When you catch up with friends wearing Indian finery, for lots of gupshup and a little bit of taash, you know Diwali has arrived. This weekend we had a few friends over for a Diwali party which means I finally
Diwali is around the corner and we are all spring-cleaning our homes, thinking of gifts and clothes.. and some new Diwali decoration ideas for our homes. So this post is not about diyas and rangoli.
I was at a family wedding this weekend. Weddings are always fun and I had a great time catching up with family, gorging on yummylicious food and with all the gaana-bajaana and mazaa-masti associated with weddings.