Bring on the bling at ‘Sakhi Divas’

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Girls get ready for a ‘blingy’ evening. Get into bridal look and relive your best day again.

Being most beautiful bride is every girl’s dream and what if you are given an opportunity to relive your precious moment. There is no age bar, no cultural boundaries and you don’t even have to be a bride to be a part of it.

Trident Group Australia is presenting one of its types of ladies event – Sakhi Divas on April 30, 2017 at the Croation Club, Punchbowl.

The Organisers Geetu and Amardeep are extremely enthusiastic about it and are putting every effort to make this event a memorable one.

“We want to put forth a totally different experience , so get ready to be pampered. It is for the first time that any such ladies event based on ‘Bridal theme’ has been organized in Sydney and our efforts are to make it memorable,” said the organizers.

“It will be a complete entertainment package for the ladies. From fun games, free henna stall, three course lunch , surprise gifts, photo opportunity to many more undisclosed surprises,  we have tried to include lots of fun and entertainment in the event for ladies,” they added.

“One of the highlight of the evening will be the ramp walk by brides from different cultures and we are sure that it will be the show stopper performance of the evening,” they said.

“So gear up and be ready to get into your glamorous look and be a part of this evening.

 

 

 

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