Getting married.....Indian style
As Reena says “an increasing number of couples from the
With the majestic palaces, the vibrant colours, the smell of Indian spices, and the cultural richness, it is not surprising that
A mosaic of many languages, religions, traditions and cultures,
Destination weddings in India are becoming increasingly popular as India’s tourism market becomes more accessible to overseas visitors, and for good reason: a typical Indian wedding celebration consists of a week-long schedule of festivities ranging from the Mehendi ,where the bride invites her closest friends and relatives, and their hands and feet are decorated with henna designs; to the Sangeet (music party) where both the bride and the grooms families use it as an excuse for a fun night of dancing, eating and drinking; to the Wedding itself.
Considering the average wedding can take a minimum of 200 to 300 hours to plan it’s really no surprise that brides are resorting to the services of Wedding planners. Wedding planners and organisers are a relatively recent phenomenon, helping navigate the plethora of options available to the happy couple and their respective families. The possibilities are numerous and the planners can provide everything from wedding shopping packages to expert assistance in selecting honeymoon packages.
When it comes to getting married abroad, and in particular in places like
Recent celebrity weddings such as Liz Hurley’s marriage to Arun Nayar have also helped showcase
An additional attraction of getting married in
The Taj Mahal was built for love, and is undeniably one of the most beautiful buildings on earth. The deserts of Rajasthan are punctuated with timeless cities, the most romantic of which is
Whatever your preferences, a wedding in