wedding. Sunday , October 08th , 2017 - 03:55:27 AM
It is advisable to have a beautiful backdrop where the ceremony is going to be held just so there is some focus in the area. You can use an existing clump of trees that is already available or use the area where flowers grow up a trellis. Stone walls or a rock garden make great places to situate the ceremony or if you don't have any of those things use an arbor. Rent an arbor or arch from a rental store and decorate it with ribbons, fabric, tulle and most important - flowers. In between the metal structure weave in some grapevines or ivy to make it look more natural. You can rent large potted plants and pots of flowers in your chosen color to beautify the area. Do not forget to observe sun patterns in the space because you do not want your guests or you and your future spouse to be looking into the sun during the ceremony. Situate the space in a wooded area if possible.
Ubtan or Haldi ceremony is done on the morning of the wedding. It is a paste of herbs that is used to bathe the bride and the groom on their wedding day. On the brides side in a north Indian wedding, Chooda is another important ceremony. It is a set of red and cream color ivory bangles that are brought by the bride's maternal uncle and aunt that adorn her wrists. This ceremony is also formalized in the presence of a priest amid the chanting of mantras.
A journal is better for those who prefer to keep their private moments private, but for those who arent afraid to share, consider starting a blog! For one thing, youll always be able to refer back to it when you look back at your nuptials but it will also be a great way for friends and family to come along with you on the journey to your wedding day!
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