Indian destination weddings have a charm of their own. Breaking away from the traditional big-fat-wedding model, more and more people are option for more intimate celebrations with their close friends and family. But the new-age destination wedding poses several questions to its sponsors. One most critical question is – what kind of altar should you have?
In traditional north-Indian weddings, there is typically a stage, where the jaimalas are exchanged, and a separate mandap, where the vows are taken. At south-Indian weddings, the pre-wedding rituals are followed by an elaborate ceremony in the mandap. Usually, the mandaps are where the chief marital union is instated. But if you’re getting married at a far-off, exotic location, the altar of wedded bliss should also be something different, shouldn’t it?
Mostly, Indian destination wedding resorts have various altar types and decorations to offer. Generally speaking, you should have a fair variety of altar styles to choose from. But you need to have some idea about the innovative ways in which modern altars can be designed. So, here is a list of altar ideas for your Indian destination wedding. Read on to make the right stylistic choice for your big day!
1. Traditional altar with a touch of contemporary
Knots by AMP
2. Whimsical and Moody altar got real
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Sagenine3. When you take the idea of a runway too seriously
Ace Photography4. Asymmetrical Chuppah ALTAR is a classic
Sage Nine Sevents 5. For the couple who'd like to get married right there in the water
Artfoto Studios6. Let's frame it
Framed Arbor7. Perfect for the eco-friendly couples
8. Contemporary white altars! Always YES!
Q Weddings9. Circle Installation always works for the beach weddings
10. Suitcases and Twinkle Lights can never go wrong
10 altar ideas for that perfect Indian destination wedding for every kind of couple.