India or other countries, weddings are much celebrated in every culture. Lately, the fairy lights and great food was enough for an Indian wedding. However, things have changed in the last few years and it is just not limited to the wedding cakes.
Wedding Planners Kerela are sharing with you few international trends that has set a firm base in India. And the diversity of eastern and western culture is giving us “Real Wedding Goals”
Planning to get married? Check the list out!
*The Destination Wedding
A sophisticated Banquet Hall with a great decor is an old story now, since it has been replaced by “The Destination Wedding”. Couples are pre-booking their weddings at their favourite sites such as Goa for an easy breezey beach wedding or Udaipur(Remember “Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani”)for a traditional rajwada wedding or Paris for a fashionista sophisticated wedding perhaps.
*The Pre-Wedding Photo-Shoots
Remember the time when the groom and bride to be were compelled to stay at home before the wedding. Oh well! Forget them because now parents are arranging pre-wedding shoots for the couples to be at their favourite historical sites and we are absolutely loving it.
*The Bridal Shower
Ever heard of “Bachelor’s Party” yes, the male Bachelor Party. “Why should guys have all the fun?”
Now we have girls partying out too. Girls bring gifts to the bride to be and showers their blessings before the wedding.This party is about “great food”, “girls get together” and “the gifts” ofcourse.
*The Wedding Event Managers
A wedding today seems impossible without a wedding curator. Since wedding is such a great responsibility comprising of various tiresome and puzzling tasks. Are you puzzled too? Relax and take a chill-pill because the wedding event managers are there to help you with all of the evaluation, calculation and that too in your budget. Such comfort much wow!
*The Wedding Dance
A bridegroom dance is an old chestnut in premium weddings. What about something different?
Couples these days are dancing with their parents in their respective weddings. So there would be no surprise if next time you see a bride dancing with her father or a groom dancing with his mother on their wedding night. The idea is absolutely genious and yes EMOTIONAL too.
*The Return Gifts
Any wedding is incomplete without gifts.We have seen couples being blessed with amazing gifts on their weddings. Family members, friends, guests show their immense love by showering gifts. It is your time now to show gratitude and give them something in return. A smile or two on your guest’s face will be precious receiving them, won’t it?
*The Bouquet Toss
The typical “Bouquet Toss” at International weddings is readily making its place in Indian weddings as well. Indian bride clad in her traditional attire with bouquet instead of “Kaliras” in her hand is magnificient to witness.
*The Kiss of Love
Oh well, we Indians do not allow the couples to make love in front of family and friends. Imagine our aunts and uncles witnessing such a moment.
We are not sure about “The Kiss” but these traditions are being followed, accepted and loved in India at a great rate and we are happy to share them with you.