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Indian Wedding Services in Canada: For South Asians, Indians and others

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Indians, South Asians and others in Canada are increasingly looking to add distinct ethnic touch and flavors to their weddings. In this section of, we present you a comprehensive listing of wedding planners, service providers and others in Canada. For such service providers in the US and North Amercia, visit's main Wedding services section.

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Wedding & Event Planners

Indian Wedding Services - Tel: (416) 725 7051 or Email

Indian Wedding Services in Canada - Phone: (604) 351-9488 or Email

Dr. Freedom and Leela
Lead traditional Sikh weddings with a bilingual touch in English. and Punjabi. Based in Vancouver, BC Canada; Telephone: (604)759-0989 Email: Dr. Freedom and Leela - North America's largest South Asian Wedding services provider.

Magical Moments -Specializes in organizing all types of events; including showers, parties, business conferences and receptions. Location: Suite 1016, 500 Murray Ross Parkway,Toronto, ON M3J-2Z3. Contact :(416) 739-9051 or

Mahurat Promotions, Toronto, Canada: Providing professional dancers, singers, models, DJ's for pageants, weddings, corporate events and all occasions. Meenu Narwani(Director) e-mail: - A marriage web-site exclusively devoted to Indian brides and grooms.

Suhaag 'The Shaadi Depot- A House of traditional wedding accessories. Loccation: 1154, Albion Road, Etobicoke, ON. Toll free phone : 1- 866- 740- 4511 or email :

Samuna - a small firm of Event Planning Professionals specializing in the planning and management of events. They provide solutions to your event planning challenges, enhance and plan for every aspect of your event.

Wedding Guru - a team that brings professionalism, passion, creativity, and a unique international flair to the art of planning a wedding. Location :752 Yonge Street, Suite 301, Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2B6. Phone: 416.920.2444,email

Wedding Cakes
Essence Cakes offers Eggless cakes for weddings and engagements. Our cakes are always fresh. We are located in Brampton, and serve the Greater Toronto Area. Contact us today for cakes that capture the essence of your events. Contact : Rose. Phone: 416 821 6924

DJ, Photographers and others


DJ Jiten-Specializes in live- Old School, 80's, Funk, RnB, Reggae, Hip-Hop, Classic House- as well as Hindi and Bhangra. Phone: (416)-991-7205 or email

One of Toronto Fastest Growing DJ companies catering to Indo, Canadian, American, Fuzion weddings of Mixed Cultures... from DESI to MIXED DESI Weddings... Mainstream Top 40, Bollywood, Latino, R&B, hip Hop, Reggae, Dance, Disco... whatever you can think of to play at your Event!! Phone: 416-996-2328 or Email:

First Class Entertainment
Specializes in East Indian, West Indian and Mixed marriages. "Our specialty is, Bhangra, Hindi remixes, Soca, & House music". Contact :(416)-854-4150/(416)-617-9287 or Email

New Culture DJ Services-Professional and dedicated Wedding DJ Services for the discerning couple. Contact: Neil Vaid; Phone: 416-357-2900 or Email:

Sunshine Entertainment Inc
811 Constellation Drive,
Mississauga, ON L5R 2V6
Tel. : 905-282-0655


Phone :(416)-631-6982

Andrew Adams Photography

Babylon Productions
Video & Photography Services based in Toronto, Canada.
Phone & Fax: (416) 663-4784

IMAGES - the photo people
Jessie Dillon is the only east Indian photographer in the GTA area who is educated/trained and certified by ADOBE and NYIP as a fully digital photographer. Services offered include but not limited to traditional and contemporary style wedding coverage, customized modeling portfolios, social/corporate events & portraiture. Digital photo makeover and restoration is a speciality. or Phone: Toll free (866) 449 - 4404

Mansa Photography - Studio: 2733 Lake Shore Blvd. West, Unit 112, Toronto - M8V 1G9 Contact: Phone: 416-268-3150 or Toll Free: 1-877-420-0934 or E-mail - Romantic, elegant and contemporary wedding photography accross Canada and USA by Phil Musani. "Willing to travel anywhere in North America". Email or Phone :(780)-405-3870.

Nisha Photography -Specializes in providing all types of photography services to the South Asian community in Vancouver BC area. We photograph weddings, family portraits, children, fashion, glamour, maternal, seniors and etc.
Contact: Nisha Kalsi ; E-Mail:
or Ph: (604) 773-7376

Nasir Studio - Specializes in wedding, indoor/outdoor parties, birthday and all occassions.
3001, Finch Ave., West, No.603 North York ON
Phone : (416) 742-5020

Ranjit: RB - Special $999 - Complete wedding package with 40 page Digital Storybook album and enlargements. If you are looking for a photographer who will capture the beauty of your special day with vibrant, colourful images that explode with character and emotions, you've come to the right place! With our magical and stunning photos, we can create an album that will bring back happy memories every time you look at it. We help you customize your own package to suit your budget. Call today to get the best service that you deserve... Ranjit
Contact: 416-821-0474 or 905-453-7818 (Brampton/Mississauga/GTA)  or

Sundip Video & Photography - Specializes in wedding, birthday, anniversary and all parties photography. DJ service also available. Phone:(647) 294-4948

Video Chakra - With Video Chakra you have the opportunity to get involved in video productions, with limitless customization. Contact Phone #: 416 573 4221 or E Mail:

Other Services

Accu Prints- Specializes in elegant collection of traditional and contemporary invitaions in every price range for weddings, engagements and all other occassions. Location: 151 Esna Park Drive,Unit # 24.Markham, ON L3R 3B1. Phone (905) 479-5177 or Email:

Asiyans - 3601, Lawrence Avenue, East, Unit 23, Scarborough, ON. Phone: 416-438-6568.

Bombay Fashion - All kinds of Jewellery, children clothing and much more. Location: 1610 B, Gerrad Street, E, Toronto, ON M4L 2A5. Phone :416-466-6185

Chunri Creations - Specialist in Lehnga choli, sarees, suit dupatta, pure woo shawls, pashmina shawls, artificial jewellery, all kinds of accessories, men's wear (sherwanis, kurta pajama). Location: 80 Pertosa Dr, No 12, Brampton ON, L6X 5E9, Phone : 905-453-6600. Contact:Pinki Gulati/Madhu Gulati.

Chandan Fashion Centre Inc. -Specialized in Wedding Lehengas, Bridal Suits, Heavy Wedding Sarees, Gents Sherwanis & Jodhpuri Suits, Gents 3 pcs. Kurta Pyjama Stols, Turbans, Shoes. Also we have Reception Sarees & Lehengas, Regular Salwar Kameez, Trouser & Lehenga South & North Indian Sarees. All kind of Material for making Suits and much more. All Types of Wedding Jewellery. Location: 1439 Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON. M4L 1Z5. Contact - Jatinder Pal Singh (Kuki), Phone 416 462 - 0277 or E-mail

Design Hut - Punjabi Suits, Lehngas, Sarees, Sequence dresses, children clothing, Silver and custom jewellery, sherwanis, kurta pajamas, pathani suits, jharoka's & pictures (Traditional Indian Art). Location : 2575 Steeles Ave, East, Unit11, Brampton, ON. E-mail :

Fine Fabrics - Specialist in Lehnga Choli, Salwar Suits, Sarees, Artificial Jewellery etc. Location: 2655, Islington Ave., Rexdale. Phone : 416-740-3729.

Guru Productions- Specializes in providing the best in sound and light for special occasion. "Serving customers across Canada, we cater to upscale events; from corporate functions to weddings and everything in between."Located at Brampton, Ontario. Phone : (416)-569-9463 or

GNS Party Rentals- A full service rental company dedicated to providing quality equipment at an affordable price. They provide a vast array of products ranging from tables, chairs, linen, dishes, glasses, flatware, staging, tents and much more. We always keep on adding the newest and latest items to our inventory. Location:1782A Midland Ave.

Banquet Halls

Chandni Banquet Hall  125 Chrysler Drive,  Brampton, ON L6S 6L1  Phone : 905-458-8888

Grand Taj Banquet & Convention Centre  6915, Dixie Road, Unit#20  Mississauga, ON L5T2G2  Phone : (905)-670-8313

Payal Banquets & Convention Center   3410 Semenyk Court,   Mississauga, Ontario, L5C 4P9  Phone:(905) 281-8800  

Royal Banquet Hall   185 Statesman Dr,  Mississauga,Ontario L5S 1X4  Phone:(905) 564-7895

Royal Paan Home   7136 Airport Rd Mississauga   Phone: (905)-673-7226

Sangam Banquet Hall  6991 Millcreek Dr # 3,   Mississauga,Ontario L5N 6B9   Phone:(905) 821-9688

Sagan (Convention Centre & Banquet Hall)  7180 Edwards Blvd (Derry & Hurontario st)  Mississauga, ON L5S1Z1  Tel: (905) 670 5220

Taj Banquet Hall   4611 Steeles Ave West,   Toronto, M9L 1X2 Ontario   Phone:(416) 742-9787 

Westwood Banquet Hall  289 Rutherford Road South  Brampton, Ontario  Tel: 905-456-0422  E-mail: info@


 Interesting article on Wedding and Trends

The great Indian wedding tamasha - by Jasmeen Dugal

Unorganised for decades, the wedding industry is finally getting its act together — a trend that is reflected in the plethora of wedding exhibitions like ‘Celebrating Vivaha’, ‘Bride and Groom’, and ‘Bridal Asia’. “The wedding business is a lucrative business, especially in India where marriages are the most awaited event in anyone's life. In India, people don’t think twice before spending on marriages. There is a lot of money involved in a wedding; right from the shagun to the reception, a wedding is a big celebration where families spend huge amounts of money on the decor, apparels and accessories. The wedding industry in India is worth Rs 50 billion, and is currently growing at a rate of 25–30 per cent,” says Divya Gurwara, CEO, Bridal Asia

Bridal Asia 2005 will showcase 85 participants and will encompass categories like bridal apparel, accessories (jewellery, bags and watches) and assortments like chocolates, and will showcase the collections of renowned Pakistani designers. In addition, this year’s show also brings in Patchi chocolates from Lebanon and jewellery from Thailand. “Bridal Asia started off with 40 participants in 1999, had 75 participants in 2002 and this year the number has risen to 85, with an increase in the number of participants from Pakistan and Bangladesh,” says Gurware

It’s not just wedding exhibitions but there has been a spurt of wedding planners too. And now a wedding mall. Says Kolkata-based wedding planner Damini Kapur, “Many working, urban couples – who previously thought they would be able to organise their own weddings – are now realising that they simply do not have the time or proficiency to do so. This is especially so as the big day approaches, when such details as the sending out invitations, floral decorations, food, etc all demand attention at once. That is why a wedding planner is gaining importance.”

Real estate developer Omaxe is setting up India’s first wedding mall in Delhi. Spread over 1,75,000 sq ft, the estimated Rs 70-crore mall will be a one-stop shop catering to all wedding-related needs from wedding planners, honeymoon tour operators, marriage bureaus, trousseau and footwear designers, jewellery brands, footwear, apparel, F&B, entertainment provisions, henna, floral arrangement, card designers to beauty and slimming centres. The niche mall aims to take away the hassles of frequent market visits by providing complimentary products under one roof.

The ripple effect of the wedding industry boom is been felt elsewhere too. Couples are living out incredible fantasies when it comes to their wedding venues. Setting the precedent are celebrity weddings like that of actor Raveena Tandon who made headlines with a pricey nuptial in Udaipur. Her wedding was held at Jag Mandir Palace which stands in the centre of Pichola Lake, Udaipur. “I love Udaipur, with its beautiful lakes and palaces. The place is so charming that I could not think of any other place as my marriage venue,” says the actress. Actor-turned-director Pooja Bhatt wed at a Shiva temple in Goa, and frolicked on the beaches thereafter; in keeping with her casual image, she wore a white linen skirt with a blue top and hubby Munna wore a simple churidar-kurta.

However, if wedding planners are to be believed, an exotic wedding locale is no longer an A-list fixation; it’s fast becoming a middle-class reality. “More and more people from the upper middle class bracket are approaching us to organise destination weddings; the only difference is that the middle class set are selective on services as they have budget constraints, whereas the A-list go all the way,” confirms Sunny Singh, director, Wedding Blitz, a Mumbai-based wedding solutions company.

“We have organised destination weddings in Mussoorie, Jaipur and Udaipur and have recently got a requirement for Dubai. Contrary to the misconception, it is not just affluent people from the metros who approach us for destination weddings; a lot of our clients are from smaller towns like Ludhiana,” says Vikaas Gutgutia, managing director of FnP Events.

Have money, will spend

With the trend toward more elaborate weddings these days, the Indian wedding industry is on a high. Wedding planners, hired for Rs 35,000, transformed 22-year-old Nisha Sarin’s sangeet venue (a farmhouse in Delhi) into a Rajasthani village – for a staggering price of Rs 35 lakh. The music, especially composed for the occasion, entertained the guests while folk artists performed traditional dances. Keeping the theme in view, the guests had been requested to dress in Rajasthani gear, and the bride-to-be looked radiant in a designer lehenga and coordinated jewellery custom-made for the sangeet – for a sum of Rs 7 lakh.

“The themes may span from being purely floral for low budgets to havelis, Mughal palaces and even drapes with ethnic fabric like zardosi, brocade or jamawar for relaxed budgets. Our complete services range from Rs 20 lakh upwards,” says Gutgutia.

There are cheaper options too. Dia Nag, director of a small-scale event organiser, provides a complete wedding package for a quarter of the market rate. The package includes wedding cards, decorations, catering and a rented room at the local community centre. And instead of lobsters you’re likely to have chicken satay for dinner. “The profit may not be big, but the volume is good,” she says.

Saying it with flowers

Fashion house Valaya recently joined hands with FnP to launch their new label of luxury flowers, Valaya FnP Fleur at their flagship store in Delhi. “We have tied up with designer JJ Valaya to provide luxury flowers. As a special service, Valaya FnP Fleur will regularly fly in leading international floral designers to design and showcase commissioned lines of floral art. We have received a tremendous response and most orders are custom-made for theme weddings,” says Gutgutia. “In October, we are launching a wedding company restricted to the elite set in the Capital.”

Even though the wedding business fails to throw up clear figures, it is an industry on an upswing. Only a few years ago, wedding planners were unheard of in India, but today the percentage of couples using planners indicates that that trend has changed. “Everyone makes money. It goes right down to the grassroot level. The artisans make money; the services industry makes money; and the client saves money. People feel wedding planners are costly but, in fact, approaching us makes financial sense. Since we give the vendors regular business, they give us better prices, so in spite of our commission, the client ends up paying less,” explains wedding planner Gaurav Kapur.
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