A first step towards the marriage that symbolizwd that both the bride and groom have decided to be the soulmates for life.
This party is hosted by both the familes individually with their friends and family members just to enjoy a last bachelor night before the groom and the bride are traditionally committed.
A formal wedding announcement with an exchange of rings between the couple. Followed by a pre-party celebration where family comes together to revel in the joy of the forthcoming union.
Traditional celebrated by the brides side of the family, the ceremony is a colorfl fun celebration held the day before the wedding. The brides hands and feet are adorned with henna designs.
The Sangeet ceremony is all about dance and music. Exclusively arranged for friends and relatives, the ceremony sums up what Indian weddings entails.Love, laughter, tears and bittersweet moments.
An auspicious ceremony for good luck, the Haldi & Sainth ceremony is a ritual where turmeric paste is applied to the bride and groom to ward off evil spirits and brighten up the skin.
Surrounded by friends and family singing and dancing to the tunes played by dhol players, the grooms's arrival to the wedding venue on a beautiful decorated horse begins the ceremony
A welcoming ritual where the relatives of both the bride and groom great each other with garlands and later the groom is escorted to the mandap.
Escorted to the stage, the bride & groom exchanges floral garlands indicating as their start of forever. The ritual also symbolizes acceptance of togetherness.
Knayadaan, a deeply sentimental moment when the father of the bride who entrusts the groom with the well being of his daughter thought her life.
Joining their hands, the couples take scared steps together around the holy fire. Each step represents a vow they will make, symbolizing a happy , faithful and prosperous life.
Vidaai, a final stage of a wedding where the bride's parent bid farewell to ther daughter with their sun-in-law. This is marked by a mix of emotions of joy and sadness.
This is a party celebrated after wedding day by the groom's family for happily accepting a new member in their family with their surname.