A festival that celebrates, supports community


The team of Festivals of South Asia Inc (FOSAI) would like to thank Brides of Asia and their team who have been instrumental in showcasing this extravaganza in a public domain. An idea that was put forward by Mr Kareem Nowman has been taken up by FOSAI and together we are presenting the biggest multicultural bridal show ever held at Wyndham.


FOSAI in association with Brides of Asia would like our patrons to witness an event, which shows the difference between many traditional brides in ethnic wear. On 19 December, the Australian community will get to see the beauty of North Indian, South Indian, Pakistani, Nepali, Sri Lankan as well as Persian bridal wear.


It is not an easy task for both the teams to showcase 50 models dressed as brides and grooms. The hard work of hairdressers, make-up artists, tailors, and designers is commendable. The Brides of Asia segment will be the heart and soul of the Bollywood Dance and Music Festival.

Marketing and Events Manager Angie Osorio Rodriguez has been a great addition to the team, bringing not only her expertise but also her positive energy to hoist the event to greater heights. Her passion and dedication with the guidance of Nowman Kareem have been instrumental for the success of the event.


FOSAI has always been supportive of the local communities and for this event too, all the models and designers are from the local community.


Brides of Asia is in a way creating a bridal hub, bringing wedding planners, make-up artistes, jewellers, hair-dressers, decorators and many other wedding suppliers under a single roof. Until now, communities would go to their country of origin to get married as it is easier to access all the resources and providers. Now, our community can utilise all the services of local talent.


I sincerely thank Indian Sun for all the support with promoting the event and being the backbone of FOSAI.

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