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      Hey guys, okay so my dholki seasons are starting! I know the dholki is just a basic party where all the women come together and sing and dance,

      but what should i wear?! i want to wear something different (desi clothes), anyone have any ideas? do i put the dupatta on my head?

      Unique ways of decorting for a dholki? tips?

      thanks!

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      Do you have a theme or a colour in mind for the party? I think we had quite a few dholkis in the past - a pink one, a Hawaiian one. So the decor and clothes would be set accordingly.

      I would be a good idea to wear colours that you are not going to wear for your other events - Mayon, Mehndi, Shaadi and Valima. I would advise you to keep the outfits semi formal but you can dress up if you like. Please don't do any kind of heavy jewelery.




      Dupatta can be off or on depending upon the crowd. You can opt for anything that you feel would look suitable at the moment.

      Decor with an old sari:




      Activities:

      http://www.paklinks.com/gs/wedding/3...ties-help.html (Dholki Activities -- HELP!)

      Dholki setups & decor ideas:

      http://www.paklinks.com/gs/wedding/3...eparation.html (Dholki Preparation)

      http://www.paklinks.com/gs/wedding/3...r-seating.html

      http://www.paklinks.com/gs/wedding/3...di-dholki.html
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      I loveeee that suit! So simple yet so elegant!
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      wow such a nice job at sharing ideas!

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      Well for my upcoming dholki i m wearing this style and the same color comb:




      My cousin is having the dholki for me and once we saw the outfit...she decided to go with a bright pink, yellow, orange and blues for decorations as well iA will post pictures afterwards.

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      That is a lovely combo! I think that outfit stands out so much because of the blue. I wuld love to see the decor, rabia.
      "We can change the world through our children. May we never break the strong spirits of our daughters. May we teach our sons to become loving and nurturing men. In so doing, we hold the key to universal peace, unlock the door!"

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      ^have to wait another month...the dholki isn't til march 13th

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      awww rabia! how exciting! hope it all goes well
      Does my bum look big in this? ummm Yes?

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      ^ thank you,

      I have quick question...should i cover my head the whole time during the dholki (ladies only event)...and are there any special rasams that take place???

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      i like these for dholki






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      thanks! would it be not good to wear red to the dholki? should i save that color just for my wedding day?

      Also, are anarkali's even in fashion anymore?

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      im going red and blue and green on my mehendi!...no red for shaadi

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