Band, Bajaa, Baraat, and Repeat! Ever get the feeling that if you’ve seen one wedding you’ve seen it all? You’re not the only one. Weddings can often give you a déjà vu and not a pleasant one at that. The lack of variety from one wedding to another can get so tedious you might even find yourself taking such desperate measures as to consider not getting married at all! After all you really don’t want your guests getting that not so cheerful feeling of “same old, same old” which you did at the last wedding you attended, right?
Well, don’t you worry. All you have to do is get your imagination running a wee bit wilder. Who says every wedding has to be dictated by tradition? It’s your wedding and you have every right to flout the rules if you feel like it. If you want to go for something unique, something unusual and something that no one’s ever seen or imagined before, then just do it. Be bold. Be different. Be eccentric and people will be talking about your wedding forever.
A good place to start would be the desserts, the lifeblood of every wedding meal. So how about a plateful of Taiwanese classics with an Indian plot twist? Sound fun? We think so too. The Moon of Taj is a one-of-a-kind dessert experience that binds the flavors of two giants of Asian cuisine, Taiwan and India, making it the perfect out-of-the-box idea for your big day.
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Whether it’s the Moon of Taj’s Nougats with its soft and chewy milky flavor and a nutty texture provided by Californian almonds or the Taiwanese Fruit Tarts that come in such exotic flavours like cheese and pineapple, green tea and mango, chocolate and orange and latte and butter, these unconventional sweet offerings are just what you need to tick off the ‘awesome’ box from your list of wedding day things to-do.
The Nougat, which in Taiwan are offered as presents symbolizing love and respect, taste delectable and look just as enticing. The fruit tarts with their unorthodox but ever interesting flavours are just as delicious and you can rest assured that these sweets are going to start a lot of conversations during the night. Where else would people have savoured a Taiwanese sweet at an Indian wedding? If it’s unusual that you’re looking to base your wedding theme on, then it surely can’t get more atypical than this. What’s also so great about these sweets is that while they taste like they were made by super chefs from some fancy dessert universe, they’re light in their sugar content, so no one’s ever going to complain that they piled on extra kilos at your wedding.
So for every eccentric wedding that you’re planning, whether it’s your own or your best friends’, you know exactly what to add to the dessert menu. With the Moon of Taj sweets taking over your wedding, you’ve ensured that all your guests never forget your special day. In fact, you’ll probably have a hard time pulling them away from the dining table. Well, good luck with that!