In order to organize a hassle free and joyful wedding, there are a number of preparations that are to be taken care of. We follow every ritual of a traditional Indian wedding such as Mehendi ceremony, Sangeet ceremony, Haldi ceremony, Baraat procession and Mandap ceremony. The successful completion of all these things will not only relieve you from worries but will also enable you to enjoy the wedding with a peaceful mind.
It is one of the first ceremonies between the two families of bride and groom. This is basically a brief ritual wherein the couple exchanges gold rings. This ensures both the parties that the couple is now hooked. This is why it is also called the ring ceremony. This is followed by exchange of gifts between the families like sweets, dry fruits etc and maybe by either a lunch or dinner party.
This celemony is all about dance and music and one of the most enjoyable ones before the wedding. Especially, it’s only for women. Initially, the sangeet party was organized only by the bride's family but with changing times it is now observed by the groom's family as well. Sangeet ceremony is held few days before mehndi ceremony and comes as a time for joy before marriage.
Mehndi is another exciting pre-wedding ceremony. This ritual plays an integral part of the wedding ceremony that it cannot be imagined without it. Mehndi ceremony takes place just before marriage. According to the ritual, the bride does not step out of the house after this ceremony. Mehndi ceremony is essentially organized by the family of the bride with the presence of friends, relatives and family members.
This ceremony plays a vital role on the wedding day because all the important rituals will take place during mandap ceremony. It takes place at the house of the bride or is held at the wedding venue itself. All the rituals during the mandap ceremony are performed in front of the sacred fire.
This is one of the most funniest and colorful ceremonies of wedding. The process begins from the groom’s house to the wedding venue and is attended by the all the relatives and friends from the groom's side. The groom will sit on a/an decorated horse or elephant to reach the wedding venue. Everyone in the procession dances on the tunes of the song and music played by the band accompanying them.