Indian weddings are famed for their shimmering riot of colours, customs and cultural quirks that make them some of the most fun weddings in the world. It is no wonder that couples from around the globe consider an exotic Indian wedding, as one of the top contenders on their wedding wish list. When you are looking to celebrate your union with a diverse array of beautiful customs, entertainment options and of course the golden Indian sunshine, this is the place for you.
One of the recent high profile celebrity weddings in India in the news was the wedding of American pop star Katy Perry and her Brit actor / comedian husband Russel Brand. The Perry Brand wedding was a lavish six day extravaganza that best exemplifies what one thinks of when it comes to grand and exotic Indian weddings. The almost week long affair in Jaipur, Rajasthan began with a Hindu wedding in a wildlife sanctuary followed by events like a Bollywood party and a tour in a wildlife sanctuary for the guests. They even stayed in a luxury tent at a deluxe wilderness resort!
Your own exotic wedding need not be as extravagant but you can definitely incorporate the bits and pieces of the local flavor, whichever part of the country you decide to get married in. Infusing the event with the regional folk arts and customs are the best recipe for a fascinating and colourful wedding. Like Katy Perry you could follow the lead of all the gorgeous brides of India and deck up to the hilt; the multitude of dreamy Indian wedding clothes and jewelry allows you to get married in gorgeous bridal attire that is so regal and elegant. You can even plan for a henna ceremony to complete the pretty picture.
Indian cultural norms like the baraat are great additions as well. In fact you can even opt for a huge baraat (groom’s wedding procession) with elephants and horses in tow! Want to say your wedding vows in true exoticism of epic proportions? Get married in a stunning palace in the desert! An exotic Indian wedding allows you to recreate the stuff movies are made of in true techni-coloured Indian style of course! It can be as exotic as you like, whether you are hosting thousands of guests or just an intimate affair with you and your love.