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Marrying in Rajasthan: An Overview of Rajasthan Destination Wedding

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Why Marry in Rajasthan?

Couples who have their heart set on a royal wedding celebration are sure to find Rajasthan destination wedding is the way to go. The beauty and grandeur of this state encompass a rich history, vibrant colours, exhilarating music and deliciously spicy food. When you choose Rajasthan destination wedding, you are limited only by your imagination. Elephant processions with rose petals being showered on the wedding party, exotic fire dancers all within a backdrop of heritage forts, palaces or royal hotels are just a few reasons to get married in Rajasthan.

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Dos and don’ts for marrying in Rajasthan

Planning a wedding in Rajasthan can be a gruelling experience that is best left to talented and experienced wedding planners in Rajasthan. From initial consultation, theme designing, coordinating with the suppliers/vendors, to organizing a hassle free itinerary for you and your guests, these experts work tirelessly to ensure that you have a flawless wedding day. The best months to get married here are from October to April when the weather is mild and pleasant. Do start your wedding preparations at least 8 to 12 months in advance. This way; you can finalize the guest list and travel itinerary at least 45 days prior to the wedding date.

Legal preparations

Depending on the kind of religious ceremony you are having, you can have the rituals explained to you in English/Hindi. All couples need to register their marriage in the Court/registrar office. Most wedding planners recommend that couples take care of these details in their residential country.

 

Adding local flavours to your Rajasthan destination wedding

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Elephant or camel processions, tying the knot in a palace or fort or being ferried to the wedding mandap by boat are a few ways in which you can add regional flavours to your Rajasthan destination wedding. Brides can have a Mehendi/Sangeet night where Bollywood tunes are sure to keep guests dancing all night. One can make her entry into the wedding mandap in a Doli-a palanquin of yesteryears used by queens themselves. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian foods, Indian sweet/Mithaai counters, juice and fresh fruit bars, bakery or Indian snack counters as well as cocktail bars can keep guests well fed and entertained at all times. Additionally, couples can also arrange to take guests on a tour of major tourist spots around the state before or after the wedding.

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