INDIAN WEDDING PLANNING / Ceremony

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  • Modern Day Wedding Programs for Your Wedding Day

    Tuesday, February 9, 2016

    We’re tackling the modern day wedding program dilemma. Gone are the days when the formal paper programs impress so why not get a little creative with your wedding day agenda? We’ve gathered a few ideas that will not only serve your purpose but will also add a little pizzaz into your wedding ceremonies! Source I

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  • Best of 2015 Ceremony Decor

    Wednesday, December 30, 2015

    With the year winding down we wanted to do our annual Best of 2015 edition. To kick it off we’re highlighting some of our favorite ceremony setups from throughout the year. From outdoor destination ceremonies to intimate indoor mandaps these set ups were truly memorable! I loved this setup from Rupa and Edgar‘s wedding. The

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  • Kundli Matching for Hindu Weddings

    Tuesday, September 6, 2011

    Kundli Matching is an ancient custom practiced in Hindu families that measures the compatibility of two people interested in marriage.

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  • Gujarati Indian Wedding Ceremony

    Wednesday, July 21, 2010

    Planning a Gujarati wedding? This article will explain all of the events involved in a Gujarati wedding celebration. There are many pre-wedding events that include both festive dancing and religious prayers. During the wedding ceremony, there are many rituals and customs that are incorporated that set these weddings apart from other Hindu weddings.

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  • Sikh Indian Wedding Ceremony: Anand Karaj

    Wednesday, July 21, 2010

    The Sikh Anand Karaj (Ceremony of Bliss) is conducted in the Gurdwara (Sikh temple). The Baraat arrives at the Gurdwara with the groom traditionally on horseback along with a young boy. The close family and friends from the bride and groom’s side meet to perform the Ardaas (Sikh Prayer). This is followed by the Milni

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  • Ceremony: East Meets West

    Tuesday, July 20, 2010

    Indian wedding ceremonies are full of rich details. But if you’re looking for a modern twist that incorporates your American culture, try incorporating some Western wedding details. Make sure to clear any questions with your officiant to ensure that no traditions are dishonored.

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  • Securing your Indian Wedding Venue

    Monday, July 19, 2010

    The most exciting day of your life is soon approaching. You have secured your venue, contracted with your caterer, D.J, photographer, florist, decorator, and bakery. You think it's time to relax but then you receive a call days before your wedding - your event venue has been foreclosed. Learn how to protect yourself.

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