Top Two Indian Wedding Themes For 2014

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Typical Indian wedding is incomplete without a grand celebration. Be it a small or a big budget wedding, today theme based weddings are a common scenario. Setting up a theme is not difficult, what is difficult is executing the ideas. Everyone is bored of those stereotyped functions. What adds fun to these functions is “Themes”. You would find various ideas on hosting a theme wedding.

Let Us Have A Look At 2 Of The Most Popular Indian Wedding Themes For 2014.

  1. A Beach Wedding:

Now beaches are not limited to soak in the sun on a planned vacation or an escape trip from work. Beaches have gained importance over the years as destination wedding venues. Beaches from Goa, Kerala and other parts of the world are becoming a hot spot for hosting weddings. Water, sand and the serene view holds the attention of your eager guests.

Key Features:

  • The view itself is self sufficient to add to the required glam quotient.
  • Minimal decor.
  • Adds to your style statement.
  • It plays the role of your wedding venue as well as your honeymoon destination.
  • If well planned and executed, it is more economical than local weddings.
  • Limited number of guests- This keeps control on the number of invites,  thus saving unwanted attendees for your big day.


  • Book your wedding place in advance.
  • Send invitations 6 months before the D-day, so that guests can make necessary arrangements.
  • Have a local wedding planner appointed to meet all the needs and arrange the requisites.
  • Plan a visit at least once before the date to check on the arrangements.
  • Book resorts or rooms for your immediate family and friends.
  • Arrange transportation from air-port and railway station till the venue for the guests.

Best wedding themes for Indian weddings 2014

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  1. The Royal Wedding Affair:

India has a very rich history. As kids we all have grown up listening and reading about our great kings and queens. Many of us desire to host our wedding in the grandest way possible and what better way than celebrating it in a royal manner. Plan your destination wedding in the city of Jaipur, Udaipur or Hyderabad. If you are one of those who want to give your reception a plush, rich and grand look, go ahead with booking a palace in one of these cities.

For those who do not believe in destination weddings, you can go ahead with putting up a royal set in your marriage hall.

Key Features:

  • Hosting your wedding/ reception in a palace, gives the required look you looking for.
  • As it has that royal feel and decor, not much is required to work on decor.
  • When you book these wedding venues, you get packages like grand entry in luxury cars or chariots.
  • Also one gets the option of best cooks and chefs serving the tastiest royal dishes for your guests.
  • Transportation for your guests is also taken care off.

Do’s :

  • Hosting a royal wedding could cost you a bomb, so be mentally prepared to shell out your pockets.
  • Once you have zeroed down the location you want for your wedding, contact the managers and enquire about the availability of the venue.
  • There are various packages from which you could make your choice from.
  • Make necessary arrangements for your guests stay.
  • Have your menu decided and finalized before your important day.

For those who are opting in for setting up a Royal set in their wedding banquet halls, should go in for the set designers and make sure that it is ready and installed before the said date of the ceremony. With such a theme, it is naturally also expected that you have the best chefs running their knives to serve the guests.

Author Bio: This guest post was written by Mansoor Shakh of Visit his website for details on wedding reception and marriage venues in India.

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