When it comes to weddings in India, every minutest detail matters! Lately, the focus has shifted to the pre-wedding ceremonies than the wedding day itself. Why is that?
Supposedly because the bride n the groom are better able to engage with their immediate families and friends or the bright colours of the Haldi or Bhaat ceremonies!
What to do to make this Haldi ceremony special? Here go a few tips!
Use of bright colours
When it comes to a day event, what stands out is the outburst of colours! With people wearing all sorts of bright clothing, a colourful decor complements the mood of the Haldi ceremony. What’s in right now is a boost of rani pink, greens, yellows! Let’s make it one happy day!
I’m sure our pretty ‘Dulhania’ will love it. A special place designated to her! Enough to make her feel special. This little lounge should be laden with elegant and bright stuff like bright bolsters and cushions, flowery handmade moodas, kaleerey, parandiyaan etc. What should not be forgotten is the attire what the bride wears this day. The decor and the attire colours must go hand-in-hand!
Well! While here as we have made extra enthusiasm to make the bride’s space super special, we can’t leave the close relatives behind. Here goes a beautiful mehandi area for the guests who are here for mehendi.
The mehendi and the Haldi ceremonies are the most traditional ceremonies of a wedding. The focus on ‘Dastkaari’ which is the art of handmade stuff, helps in making the atmosphere close to our traditions and rich culture!
A Mehendi function with no pictures!? That doesn’t sound fair right?! Catchy photo-ops make a fun activity for the guests to get connected with the theme of the Mehendi ceremony. This is a must-have.
Live Folk Singers
A complete blast of entertainment comes with a live troupe that sings folk songs in your preferred language, be it ‘Punjabi folk songs’, ‘Marwadi folk songs’, ‘Pahadi sangeet’ . The tappey and giddey that they sing will bring your chaacha, taaya, maami, maasi, everyone on the dance floor! Well, obviously no mehandi/haldi is complete without some ‘Naach gaana’!
Chana Zor Garam
To set the mood light and crispy is this very famous chana zor garam guy who makes amazing ‘chana zor garam’ while singing traditional ‘marwadi folk songs’! Giving the day an even more authentic touch.
Weddings are all about emotions and happy faces. What it takes to make a mehendi ceremony great are just some nice preparations, and a having an entertainment filled day!
Let’s hop on the parade of our dreams and make one memorable time to remember!
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