Today’s Asian weddings are usually 5 day events, involving family, friends, caterers, wedding planners and a whole host of other essential organisers to ensure that the Asian bride and groom have their perfect Asian wedding day.
There is so much to think about when organising an Asian wedding, the pre wedding events can start up to a week before leading up to the big day, resulting in a week of outfit changing, partying and eating!
Each ceremony brings its own set of rules and its own dress code. The mehndi outfit should be simple but girly, the wedding day outfit needs to be respectable and detailed, while the reception outfit…well here is where you can really go for it! The blingier the better! Of course, no over-shadowing the bride please.
From the traditional venues where the religious part of the wedding usually takes place, the reception is where it really all starts to become an individual event, truly reflecting the bride and grooms personality. This is where they can really make their mark and create an event to remember. From choosing an exceptional venue, from museums to hotels, through to champagne receptions, the reception is the one event all of the guests remember.
It’s the entertainment that truly makes as Asian wedding reception stand out. Do you bring in a mehndi artist? A band? A DJ? Fly in a singer from India (A recent popular choice) The choices are endless. With today’s Asian weddings merging with western weddings, there are a whole host of ideas that can be combined to create a truly individual Asian wedding. Ice sculptures, chocolate fountains, bouncy castles all add that extra dimension to the traditional Asian wedding. At Avaa we stock a full range of items for your wedding or special Indian celebration, start shopping today!
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